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The Patient Registry Program helps connect Islanders to a family doctor or nurse practitioner who is accepting new patients, whether you have just moved to Prince Edward Island or have relocated within the province., You should contact the patient registry if you:, do, not, have a family doctor or...
Information about breast feeding your baby.
This booklet will help parents, families, caregivers, and childcare providers prepare, feed and store formula safely. It also includes information about the risks and costs of formula feeding to help families make an informed decision. The information is meant for healthy, term babies.
Birth control counselling and options are provided to individuals of , all genders, orientations and ages, through the Women’s Wellness Program . The program provides safe, confidential and supportive services to all clients. Call , 1-844-365-8258, (toll-free) to make an appointment, or if you...
Sexual Health Services are provided through the Women’s Wellness Program 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). A Sexual Health After-Hours Walk-in Clinic is...
Prevention is an important part in, reducing your risk, in developing cancer. About one-third of all cancer can be prevented by: eating well; being active; maintaining a healthy body weight; and not smoking. Smoking, obesity and physical inactivity are three of the leading risk factors for...
This brochure contains information about Health PEI's Colorectal Cancer Screening Program.
Nearly 70 per cent of cervical cancer cases are caused by two strains of the human papillomavirus (HPV). For more information on the HPV Vaccine and the immunization schedule , contact Public Health . Regular screening to detect abnormal changes in the cells of your cervix at an early stage...
Having a regular Pap test is the best way you can protect yourself from cervical cancer. You can use this online form to request an appointment for a Pap test., What is a Pap test?, During a Pap test a family physician, nurse practitioner, or registered nurse will remove a small sample of cells...
Dental Public Health provides preventative and treatment services to children, 3-17 years of age, . Dental treatment services are limited to children who are, not, covered by private dental insurance. Some dental care is also offered to long-term care residents. To access any of the services listed...