Home O2 Testers

The Saskatchewan Aids to Independent Living (SAIL) Home Oxygen Program provides funding towards the cost of prescribed home oxygen therapy for clients who meet the program criteria. Testing for the program is provided through qualified Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) health professionals who are trained in home oxygen testing. Assessment and treatment is delivered through private oxygen suppliers contracted by Saskatchewan Health.

Lung Saskatchewan is contracted by SAIL to provide education/tester training, tester support, rural nocturnal oxygen testing, home oxygen testing information, and resources for health professionals and clients throughout Saskatchewan.

Health professionals can attend a workshop and complete the Tester Quiz to receive their home oxygen tester number and be certified to complete home oxygen testing. Home Oxygen Workshops are offered multiple times a year via Zoom. This is for certification or re-certification. Re-certification is recommended every two years.

Testers are responsible to also review the full Saskatchewan Aids to Independent SAIL Home Oxygen Policy and any other local SHA policy and procedures.

Saskatchewan Health Professionals


Patients and Public

Oxygen is a controlled drug and must be perscribed by a physician. If you think you may need home oxygen, please speak to your doctor.

Lung Saskatchewan has patient support groups to provide a forum where patients, caregivers, and their families can come together in a safe environment to ask questions, share experiences and offer support to each other. If you are interested in joining these groups, find out more at: www.lungsask.ca/lungs/programs-support/support-groups.

Where To Get Help

Tester Support & Testing Questions

Jaimie Peters, MN, RN, CRE
Lung Saskatchewan

Client Funding & Guidelines

Saskatchewan Aids to Independent Living (SAIL)
1-888-787-8996 | Regina: 306-787-8996 | Fax: 306-787-8679
Home Oxygen Policy: publications.saskatchewan.ca/#/products/11690

Website Technical Support
Jaimie Peters, MN, RN, CRE
A health professional administering a continuous oxygen test. Patient sitting in chair with a pulse oximeter on their finger.