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Walk-in clinics provide, non-urgent care, and are available to the public at various locations across the province. If you need immediate, mental health support, to help with anxiety, or for life events causing stress or other mental health issues, visit a Mental Health Walk-in Clinic . For,...
This Annual Report provides an overview of Health PEI's accomplishments, challenges, performance and financial results for 2018-19.
Highlights from the Health PEI 2018-19 Annual Report.
The numbers below provide a snapshot of Health PEI., Our population statistics, Population of PEI (estimated): 156,947 Aboriginal Population 1 : 2,740 New immigrants to Canada settled in PEI: 2,267 Births: 1,397 Deaths: 1,398 Prince Edward Island Population Report 2019, PEI Statistics Bureau 1 2016...
Organizational structure of Health PEI.
What is the 'Wait Time'?, The estimated wait time is approximately how long it will take from the, time you are registered, to the, time you are seen, by a physician. , How is the estimated wait time determined?, The estimated wait time for each patient condition is determined using the...
Health PEI has developed a cannabis (marijuana) policy to guide staff, patients, clients, residents and visitors on the use of cannabis products in facilities and on property of Health PEI. Health PEI recognizes that adults may choose to use cannabis for medical or recreational purposes. The...
Volunteers help build strong communities, Volunteers complement the care provided by professional staff. Every day volunteers across Prince Edward Island contribute to the well-being and comfort of patients, clients and residents., Why should I become a volunteer?, You can volunteer with Health PEI...
Emergency department wait times are, approximate, and are intended for, information purposes only, . The wait times are updated, every five minutes, ., Montague, Kings County Memorial Hospital (8 a.m. – 8 p . m.), Charlottetown, Queen Elizabeth Hospital (24 hours/day), Summerside, Prince County...
Investing in the health of Island communities, Hospital foundations and auxiliaries raise money each year to help pay for vital medical, diagnostic, and surgical equipment. They also fundraise for other hospital items to support and improve patient care and comfort. These foundations and...