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Care that is changing to meet the needs of Islanders, Health services need to keep pace with the changing needs of Islanders. Currently, one in three people have a chronic condition such as high-blood pressure, diabetes, or emphysema and more than 5,000 will turn 65 in the next five years., Better...
Islanders studying out of province are reminded to notify Health PEI of their plans to be out of the province to ensure they have appropriate medical coverage. Islanders who are studying within Canada and have a valid PEI health card are insured through Health PEI for emergency health services or...
This Strategic IM/IT Plan supports Health PEI’s vision and outlines the focus of our near-term Information Management and Information Technology priorities.
Bringing Islanders’ perspectives to health care services and planning, Public and patient engagement is an important responsibility of a developing and responsive health care system. Engagement with patients and members of the public ensures: the health care needs of Islanders are communicated and...
Ambulance, Fire, Police: , 9-1-1, 24 hour telephone service for, emergencies, requiring immediate help., 811 Telehealth: , 8-1-1, 24 hour telephone service for, non-emergency health information, . Dial 7-1-1 (TTY), if you are hearing impaired. Learn more about 811 Telehealth ., When should you...
Information about your PEI Health Card.