The Athabasca Health Facility (also known as the Yutthe Dene Nakohodi Health Facility) is a full-service acute care and long term care hospital and community health facility.

Serving the needs of native and non-native residents of North Saskatchewan, the facility is located on the Chicken Indian Reserve, adjacent to the community of Stony Rapids.

The structure is energy-efficient and flexible, accommodating both modern and traditional First Nations health care practices, and is a model of integrated rural and remote health and social service delivery.

Visit the Black Lake First Nation website for more information about the Health Facility.

Scope: New Construction
Completion: 2002
Size (m2): 2,500
Location: Stony Rapids, Saskatchewan
Awards: Featured in “41-66” –  an exhibition of Canadian Sustainable Architecture that represented Canada at the 2008 Venice Architecture Biennale