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Chronic disease can occur at any age and usually begins slowly and develops gradually over time. The most common chronic conditions include heart disease, stroke , diabetes , cancer , asthma and arthritis. If you have a chronic disease, it is important that you work with your doctor to develop a...
Visual guide of the Prince County Hospital
Problematic Substance Use That Impacts the Workplace - A Step-by-Step Guide & Toolkit to Addressing it in Your Business/Organization
This toolkit was developed to assist workplaces in addressing problematic substance use.
Due to inclement weather and road conditions, the following health services have been impacted: · All public health nursing appointments in Queens County are cancelled · All Provincial Renal Clinic appointments are cancelled · Nurse Practitioner clinic in Morell is...
Government is committed to modernizing mental health services, including safety and security upgrades at Hillsborough Hospital. In 2017-18 Prince Edward Island will begin a master plan for mental health programming and facilities. This work will bring mental health services more in line with the...
Due to inclement weather and road conditions predicted over the next 24 hours, Health PEI reminds Islanders with appointments at hospitals, clinics and other health care services to please call ahead to confirm their appointment – or notify staff if they are unable to make the appointment. Health...
Due to ongoing power outages in the Kings County area, some health appointments are being cancelled. The power outage is impacting primary care, public health and community-based services in Montague at the Montague Health Centre and the Montague Office Complex (Douses Road). This includes...
The Goals of Care form is used by your health care provider after speaking with you and your substitute decision maker. These instructions that will guide your health care team about the general focus of your care and where you might want that care. Your health care provider will write your Goals...
Medical services for an, emergency, or, sudden illness, within Canada are covered for Island residents with a valid PEI Health Card . Costs may not be covered for out-of-province, non-emergency, medical or hospital service unless Health PEI approves the service in advance., How do I get approval...
Islanders requiring out-of-province medical services will benefit from a new bridge toll program coming next month. Hope Air -- in collaboration with Health PEI -- will pay for a Confederation Bridge pass for Islanders in financial need to attend medical appointments in New Brunswick or Nova Scotia...