Secondary Stroke Prevention Clinic

The PEI Provincial Secondary Stroke Prevention Clinic is located at the Polyclinic Professional Centre in Charlottetown. It serves as an outpatient clinic for individuals who have signs and symptoms of a recent transient ischemic attack (TIA) or a non-disabling stroke.

The main objectives of the clinic are to reduce delays in risk factor management of high-risk stroke patients and to facilitate timely access to medical surgical interventions, if required.

The Stroke Prevention Clinic aims to reduce the incidence of stroke through:

  • Early Assessment and treatment; 
  • Risk factor screening and management; 
  • Patient education on stroke prevention and lifestyle changes; and 
  • Medical care and or referral for surgical care.

Will I need a referral?

Yes. A referral to the Stroke Prevention Clinic can be made by an emergency room physician or through your family physician or nurse practitioner. 

Once the referral has been received, the clinic nurse will triage the form and contact you with an appointment.

To prepare for your appointment, certain tests will need to be completed before your first visit. At your appointment, your test results will be discussed and a plan will be developed to reduce your risk of a future stroke.

Stroke Prevention Clinics are outpatient clinics and do not replace the Emergency Department. If you have symptoms of a stroke, call 911 immediately. 


Provincial Secondary Stroke Prevention Clinic
The Polyclinic Professional Centre
Suite 201 
199 Grafton Street
Charlottetown, PE   C1A 1L2 

Telephone:  902-368-5506

Published date: 
September 9, 2021