SCERDO partnered with the Government of Alberta to build a health centre in the city of Ceegaag. The centre focuses on maternal and infant health and had its grand opening on July 31, 2012. There are a total of 4 rooms, one medical store and washrooms. The clinic provides the community of Ceegaag with access to basic healthcare for women and children and reduces the chances of infant mortality, morbidity and malnutrition in children less than six years of age. Special attention is paid to children aged 0-24 months and emphasis is placed on the education and alleviation of communicable disease at the community level 9 habitats, HIV/AIDS, Avian influenza and other contagious diseases)
In 2016 the Ceegaag MCH extension project has been completed. The MCH has been extended and added two more delivery rooms and two washrooms.
Below are pictures of the opening ceremony in which community members and elders gathered to celebrate the official opening centre.