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Information about the Insulin Pump Program that assists with the costs associated with approved insulin pumps and supplies for children and youth who are 18 years of age or younger and are living with type 1 diabetes.
A list of questions and answers about the Insulin Pump Program.
Insulin Pump Program eligibility criteria as outlined in the Drug Cost Assistance Act Regulations.
The PEI Diabetes Strategy 2014-2017 focuses on three overarching priority areas: enhanced prevention, detection and management of diabetes. The strategy provides a high level road map for diabetes care on PEI based on stakeholder consultations and consistency with national standards and protocols.
The Passport to Health provides helpful tips and tools for healthy living to reduce your risk of health problems that can lead to chronic disease.
Information about out-of-province medical services for Island residents.
If you require out-of-province medical treatment, a PEI liaison nurse can be a helpful resource for you and your family. , What will a PEI liaison nurse do for me?, A PEI liaison nurse is a registered nurse who can: connect you to other health care professionals; connect you to programs and...
As of April 2015, the provincial Strength Program relocated to the provincial Youth Recovery Centre in Summerside. The Strength program offers a range of programming (residential and day treatment) and supports for youth and families who are dealing with substance abuse and mental health issues...