Displaying 1 - 10 of 41.
Primary care is often the first point of contact you have with the health system. It is provided to you by your family physician / nurse practitioner and other health professionals in the community. Primary care covers a broad range of health services including diagnosis, treatment, education,...
If you require vaccination against rabies, the cost of the vaccine will be covered through the Rabies Vaccine Program. , Am I eligible?, You are eligible for the program if you have: a PEI Health Card ; and been exposed to (or at an increased risk of exposure) to rabies from an animal bite., How...
If you have received an organ or bone marrow transplant, you may be eligible for coverage of approved medication costs through the Transplant Anti-Rejection Drug Program., Am I eligible?, You may be eligible for the program if you have a PEI Health Card , and have received: a bone marrow transplant...
If you have been diagnosed with tuberculosis (TB), you may be eligible for coverage of approved medication costs through the Tuberculosis Drug Program., Am I eligible?, You may be eligible for the program if you have a PEI Health Card and: have a confirmed Tuberculosis (TB) diagnosis; or are at...
Information about the Eye See ... Eye Learn Program, an eye health and vision awareness program for kindergarten children.
The PEI Integrated Stroke Strategy summarizes investigative findings on ways and means to improve stroke prevention and care for all Islanders.
Advance Care Planning wallet card.
Information on early childhood tooth decay.
Information on oral health programs for children.
If you have been diagnosed with cystic fibrosis, you may be eligible for coverage of approved prescription and non-prescription medication costs through the Cystic Fibrosis Drug Program., Am I eligible?, You are eligible for the program if you have: a PEI Health Card ; and been diagnosed with...