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A listing of self-help services, community resources, as well as help and information lines.
What is the wait time?, Referral to see a radiation oncologist:, On average you can expect to, wait*, :, 9 days, from the time your referral is received at the PEI Cancer Treatment Centre to seeing a, radiation oncologist, ., Timeframe: as of March 31, 2021, The above wait time is based on...
If you need an official copy of your COVID-19 test result for the purpose of employment or travel, please complete the online form below. You will receive your report via the email address you provide on the request form. This report will be issued for, adult test results only, . If you need a...
The Canadian Cancer Society and the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre invite, young adults aged 19 – 39 with cancer, to complete a survey about their experiences and needs throughout the cancer journey. Begin the survey . Cancer is one of the most commonly diagnosed chronic diseases and is the...
If your family doctor, pediatrician, or nurse practitioner has referred your preschool child for physiotherapy, treatment may be offered in a clinical setting, at home, in a child care centre or at school. Preschool physiotherapy is offered to children from, infancy until the end of kindergarten...
During the first few months of life, your newborn’s skull is soft and flexible. If your baby looks to one side more than the other, a flattened spot on the skull can occur – this is called, positional plagiocephaly, . This constant pressure on one side of the head can get worse over time as the...
If your child goes to an eye specialist (ophthalmologist) because of lazy eye (amblyopia) or another condition related to eye movement or eye misalignment (strabismus), the ophthalmologist will likely refer your child to an orthoptist. Most patients referred to the Orthoptics Clinic at the...
Information for patients about programs and services offered at Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
This is a statistical report on Prostate Cancer in Prince Edward Island. It is one report in a series that is being developed to provide a meaningful look at the four most frequently diagnosed cancers in PEI (lung, colorectal, breast and prostate cancers).
This is a summary report on Prostate Cancer in Prince Edward Island. It is one in a series that is being developed to provide a look at the four most frequently diagnosed cancers in PEI (lung, colorectal, breast and prostate cancers).