Women's Wellness Program & Sexual Health Services

The Women’s Wellness Program & Sexual Health Services provides reproductive and sexual health care to Islanders of all genders, orientations and ages at various sites across PEI. To access safe, confidential and supportive services, call 1-844-365-8258 (toll-free).

What services are offered?

Sexual health services include:

Sexual Health After-Hours Walk-in Clinic is available on a monthly basis (without an appointment) and offers sexually transmitted infection (STI) and blood-borne infection (BBI) testing for all individuals. Testing is also available during regular business hours by calling 1-844-365-8258 (option #2) to schedule an appointment.

Reproductive health services include:

Where are services offered?

Sexual and reproductive health services are offered in:

  • Souris (Souris Hospital);
  • Charlottetown (The Mount);
  • Summerside (Prince County Hospital);
  • O’Leary (O’Leary Health Centre); and
  • Alberton (Western Hospital).

Note:  Some services may only be available at a specific location.

For an appointment, call 1-844-365-8258 (toll-free).

Will I need a referral?

No. You can book all services yourself, including abortion services and IUD insertion. Call 1-844-365-8258 (toll-free) to make an appointment or to speak a staff member.

Please note:  As this is a self-referred service, the program receives a high volume of phone calls and as a result only accepts voicemail messages after business hours. If you do leave a message please leave your name, phone number and PEI Health Card number and staff will return your call withing 1-2 business days. When a staff member returns your call, your telephone caller ID will indicate 'Private Number'.

What do I need to bring with me to my appointment?

  • Identification: All patients and support persons need to provide a photo ID. Patients will also be required to have a valid PEI Health Card
  • Information: You may also be asked about your personal health history and medications you are currently taking. If you are taking medications, bring them with you or bring an up-to-date list of your medications [PDF | 609 KB], including over the counter vitamins or supplements.
  • Support Person: You can bring a support person who may accompany you to your appointment, but they may be asked to sit in the waiting area in certain circumstances. Please talk to a staff member to learn about your options. 

What other women’s health services are offered by Health PEI?

  • Pap Screening and Cervical Cancer Prevention – Regular pap tests can reduce your risk of cervical cancer. A pap test can detect changes in the cells of your cervix early. If you are 21 years of age or older and are sexually active, it is recommended to have a pap test every two years. 
  • Breast Cancer Screening – Regular breast screening can detect breast cancer at an early stage. A mammogram is recommended for individuals aged 40-75 who:
    • have never had breast cancer;
    • do not have symptoms such as a breast lump, puckered skin, rash or nipple discharge;
    • have not had a mammogram in the last 12 months;
    • do not have breast implants; or
    • have a parent or sibling with breast cancer.
    • How can I get screened?

      • Call 1-888-592-9888 to schedule a mammogram.
      • If you have questions, call the mammography department at:
        • Queen Elizabeth Hospital:  (902) 894-2915 or (902) 894-2924; or
        • Prince County Hospital:      (902) 438-4570

Who can I contact for more information?

Women’s Wellness Program & Sexual Health Services
Prince County Hospital
65 Roy Boates Avenue
Summerside, PE   C1N 2A9

Telephone:  1-844-365-8258 (toll-free)

Published date: 
January 8, 2020
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