About the Clinic

Hope Clinic on 5th is a multidisciplinary professional team center offering biopsychosocial interventions for those with brain-based behavioral, mental, emotional and substance use disorders. We seek to create, promote and maintain a positive experience for families through the delivery of high quality mental health services.

Hope Clinic on 5th maintains collaborative and cordial relations in existing alongside the Department of Psychiatry to achieve the vision and mission of mental health delivery in the Saskatoon Health Region.

Features of the Hope Clinic on 5th include:

  • Three physicians currently, and one allied professional therapist, are dedicated to make Hope Clinic their practice
  • Prospects for tele-psychiatric services to off-site locations for consultations and follow up
  • Competent medical support staff who are friendly and efficient
  • Functional and efficient system of Electronic Medical Records
  • Easy access central location for patients and their families

Contact Us

Contact us today, appointments by referral only.

Phone: (306) 954-3411
Email: office@hopeclinicon5th.ca
Fax: 306-954-3418

Administrative Hours:
Monday through Friday - 8:30am to 4:30pm

Clinical Hours:
Monday through Friday - 8:30am to 7:00pm

For Emergency Situations

Please go to the Royal University Hospital (RUH) 

Or call the local Crisis center at(306) 933-6200

Our Doctors

  • Dr. Tim Ehmann

    Dr. Timothy Ehmann, MD FRCPC, is a community psychiatrist practicing at the Hope Clinic on 5th. The scope of his practice is limited to general child and adolescent psychiatry, open to children between the ages of 7 and 17. Dr. Ehmann has a special interest in the psychiatric assessment of behavioral problems in children with intellectual disabilities and Autism as well as in the assessment and treatment of individuals with eating disorders.

  • Dr. Monica Cavanagh

    Dr. Cavanagh works out of the Hope Clinic on 5th, a private clinic serving children and their families. Her practice interests are the early to middle childhood years (under 12), anxiety disorders, ADHD and psychotherapy.

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