Prince Albert Parkland Health Region is part of the provincial Saskatchewan Health Authority. The Prince Albert Parkland Regional Health Authority is responsible for the delivery of health-care services for an area of about 29,000 square kilometers in central Saskatchewan. It includes Kinistino in the southeast and Big River in the northwest, and goes from Candle Lake in the northeast to Hafford in the southwest. Prince Albert Parkland has a population of 82,578 people (Ministry of Health Covered Population June 30, 2014). The largest community is the City of Prince Albert, with a population exceeding 44,000. Other communities from which health-services are based include Shellbrook, Birch Hills, Spiritwood, Big River, Leask, Canwood, Leoville, Hafford, Blaine Lake, Candle Lake, and Debden. There are 12 First Nations located within Prince Albert Parkland, with a total on-reserve population of more than 9,000 people.