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Order Nursing School Transcripts

The RQHR Archives has student records from the Regina General Hospital School of Nursing. Records prior to 1940 are incomplete. In order to provide a transcript we require a letter signed by the nurse whose transcript is being requested, the address where the transcript is to be sent, and the fee of $26.50 (Canadian). Cheques and credit cards (Visa & Mastercard) are accepted. For credit cards please provide the card number and the expiry date. If you need a receipt please let us know. Faxed requests for transcripts will be accepted provided they include the nurse’s signature.

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Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region Archives
Health Sciences Library
1440 14th Avenue
Regina, SK S4P 0W5
Fax: 306-766-3839
Phone: 306-766-4142

For Regina Grey Nuns’ Hospital School of Nursing transcripts contact:

Saskatchewan Registered Nurses' Association
2066 Retallack Street,
Regina, SK S4S 7X5
Phone: 306-359-4200
Toll free: 800-667-9945
Fax: 306-525-0849

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