We say miigwetch to all Indigenous and Métis partners for sharing this land, and we recognize their enduring presence.
About Sault Area Hospital
Serving a catchment population of approximately 115,000 SAH provides primary, secondary and select tertiary services to residents in Sault Ste. Marie and the District of Algoma.
In addition to providing core services in Emergency and Critical Care; Medicine; Surgery; Obstetrics, Maternity and Pediatrics; Mental Health and Addictions; Complex Continuing Care; Rehabilitation; and Cardiac Care Services including coronary angioplasty through a partnership with St. Michael’s Hospital, SAH is also home to the Algoma Regional Renal Program and the Algoma District Cancer Program including radiation therapy services.
SAH is extremely proud of our entire team of over 2,050 dedicated staff, 365 physicians and 480 volunteers.
Our Vision, Mission and Values
Trusted Partner. Outstanding Care.
Exceptional people working together to provide outstanding care in Algoma.
We say what we mean and we mean what we say.
We show concern and care for others.
Collaboration & Partnership
We promote teamwork.
We are answerable for our actions and decisions.
We care about the well-being, dignity and uniqueness of everyone.
We deliver our best every day and encourage innovation to continuously improve.
Patient’s Perspective 2018 - 2022
Developed in partnership with the Sault Area Hospital Patient and Family Advisor Council
My vision is that the people of Sault Area Hospital are skilled at what they do; they ALWAYS
acknowledge me and greet me with a smile. They ask “How can I help?”. They see me and treat me as
a person and not a diagnosis. They are passionate about caring for all people, they enjoy their roles
and are proud to work at the hospital.
The health care system in Algoma looks and feels like one system to me. When I go to different
departments in the hospital or from the hospital to my home or somewhere else in the community,
the transition is seamless and smooth. My health care providers are able to get accurate and up-todate
information about me when and where they need it.
I know that the care I’m getting at SAH is top notch and I only need to travel to other cities for care
when it is in my best interests to do so. Where possible, I receive the care I need at home or
elsewhere in the community, rather than always having to go the hospital.
I can always get information, have my questions answered and I have a voice in my healthcare. The
people at SAH consider and respect my wishes and we make decisions about my treatment together.