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Islanders are being asked for their input on the 2020-2023 Health PEI Strategic Plan which will help improve healthcare across PEI in response to changing needs. Islanders will have an opportunity to contribute to the development of the new strategic plan through a survey, written submissions and...
You may be eligible for coverage or cost assistance of approved medications and supplies if you meet the financial criteria, or if you have a medical condition identified in one of the following Drug Programs:, AIDS/HIV Drug Program , The AIDS/HIV Drug Program covers the full cost for eligible...
Islanders looking to quit smoking now have access to additional supports, free of charge, through a new self-referral program. All Islanders who smoke or use other tobacco products, and are ready to quit, are eligible to participate. The Smoking Cessation Program covers the cost of medications...
This report provides an overview of the progress to date (year 2) on the strategic recommendations outlined in the , PEI Cancer Strategy 2016-2019, .
This report provides an overview of the progress to date (year 3) on the strategic recommendations outlined in the, PEI Cancer Strategy 2016-2019, .
Cancer is one of the most commonly diagnosed chronic diseases and is the leading cause of death in Prince Edward Island and Canada. Health PEI is committed to reducing cancer and its impact on all Islanders by advancing best-practice care across the cancer control continuum., PEI Cancer Strategy...
Your PEI Health Card is valid for, five years, from the date it is issued. A renewal letter with necessary validation information will be mailed to you about two months before the expiry date for all the card(s) registered to your household. Please renew PEI Health Card(s) before the expiry date to...
Mental health care is offered in community health facilities across the province. Bilingual services are available in some locations., What is available for me at Community Mental Health Services? , The first step in service is screening. When you talk with an intake worker they will help you...
Seniors Mental Health Resource Teams are multi-disciplinary teams that provide specialized services to seniors experiencing complex mental health problems, as well as support to their families and/or caregivers. Teams are located in Kings, Queens and Prince Counties and include psychiatry, nurse...
Your doctor, nurse practitioner or other service provider can refer you for adult services with community mental health and/or addictions services.