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Investing in infrastructure -, As she readies the current linear accelerator for her next patient, radiation therapist Leigh-Ann Locke explains how the world-class equipment arriving at the PEI Cancer Treatment Centre in March could be a life changer for some Islanders. The centre is getting a...
Supporting Island families -, Hiring more nurses across the province – as part of the province’s first-ever nursing strategy – will help ensure stable health care for Islanders now and into the future. Since January, Health PEI has hired 64 new graduate nurses, including 13 this December. Another...
Navigating health care can be difficult, particularly if you are alone, overwhelmed and in pain. The patient navigator service can help guide you through Prince Edward Island’s health care system. Call, 1-844-882-3141, or email, firstname.lastname@example.org, The Patient Navigator assists individuals...
The Health PEI Nursing Strategy: 2017-2020 sets direction for nursing within the province’s publically funded health care system.
Nurses form the largest workforce within our health care system and, as such, play an instrumental role in defining the care and services provided to Islanders every day. Approximately 1,900 nurses work in health care settings across the province, including 18 nurse practitioners, 1,353 registered...