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The Health PEI Business Plan 2018-2019 outlines key actions the organization will focus its efforts. This is the second business plan following the direction set in Health PEI’s three-year strategic plan (Health PEI Strategic Plan 2017-2020 [PDF | 2.29 MB]).
This Annual Report provides an overview of Health PEI's accomplishments, challenges, performance and financial results for 2017-18.
Highlights from the Health PEI 2017-18 Annual Report.
Complete a PEI Health Card Application Form to receive publicly funded health care services in Prince Edward Island. If you do not have a PEI Health Card you will be billed for hospital and physician services.
Vision loss is very personal to David Hilchey. His daughter lives with a syndrome that will - within this decade - limit her vision to what would be seen looking through a straw. After almost 10 years of volunteering for the national organization that supports Canadians living with vision loss, he...
Besides helping to save Islanders’ lives as part of their daily work, more than 2,000 staff members at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital are doing it with their own blood. QEH staff are bringing in Canadian Blood Services (CBS) from June 26 to 29 for what they hope will be an annual blood drive. The...
Islanders will soon have help to pay for more of the prescription medications they need for a better quality of life. The provincial government is improving the drug formulary by adding and expanding coverage for 28 new drugs beginning August 1. The new drugs will treat more than 260 Islanders with...
Tyler Caissie is living proof that Prince Edward Island is nearing a landmark moment in its health care history. Caissie is one of more than 100 Islanders who no longer have the life-threatening liver disease hepatitis C. It happened after Prince Edward Island in 2015 became Canada’s first province...