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Government has secured an Island physician to provide medical services in the community of Wellington. The physician, who is currently practicing in PEI, will provide medical services to the community one day a week in the Wellington Health Centre. This replaces the half-day a week service provided...
Guidelines for Management of Severe Acute Respiratory Illness (SARI) updated January 2020
OK, Week 3 - Jan. 12 - Jan. 18, 2020, Summary, There was sporadic flu activity in PEI during Week 3. Our seasonal total is 18 lab-confirmed cases (6 A and 12 B). The median age of cases to date is 31 years. Nationally, influenza activity decreased in Week 02; however, elevated activity is expected...
During National Non-Smoking Week, January 19-25, 2020, Islanders are encouraged to quit smoking and begin living tobacco-free. Islanders who want to quit smoking can now access the province’s new smoking cessation program by contacting their nearest primary care network. The program covers the cost...
Health PEI is seeking a physician for one FTE Hospitalist position located at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH) beginning May 2020. Located in Prince Edward Island’s charming capital city, Charlottetown , the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, a 243-bed provincial referral facility, is operated by Health...
Prince Edward Island has a range of health positions available for nurses and nurse practitioners. Nurses make a valuable difference in the lives of Islanders whether it is providing care to patients in our Island hospitals, comfort to seniors in our long-term care facilities, or assistance to...
The Province has signed an agreement with the Medical Society of Prince Edward Island (MSPEI) to move forward on a physicians’ recruiting physicians model for PEI. “Islanders want and deserve better access to family doctors and specialists. Improving how we recruit physicians to the province is a...
Guideline for the case management of, Chlamydia trachomatis, in Prince Edward Island.
Fact Sheet containing information on, Chlamydia trachomatis.