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Islanders living with diabetes – including pregnant women and those requiring complex care – have more support available than ever before. With $160,000 in Health PEI’s 2017-18 operating budget, Island women who need more intensive diabetes management during their pregnancy can now get more...
The Needle Exchange Program is available in communities across the province to prevent the transmission of Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C and Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) that is spread by sharing equipment to inject drugs. The program is a harm reduction initiative and offers services such as:...
Island men are encouraged to speak with their primary care provider about their prostate health and risk of developing cancer. Prostate cancer is one of the four leading types of cancer on Prince Edward Island and the most frequently diagnosed type in men. September is Prostate Cancer Awareness...
Information about breast feeding your baby.
Psychological services can be an important part of the overall care for children and their families. If you have concerns regarding your toddler, preschool or kindergarten aged child’s development, or if your child is experiencing behavioural or complex health issues, Pediatric Psychology Services...
Information sheet on blood tests commonly done in pregnancy.
This report provides an overview of the progress to date on the strategic recommendations outlined in the, PEI Cancer Strategy 2016-2019, .
Born to Read, and, Little Ones Read, are early childhood literacy programs that promote the joy of reading to babies and toddlers., How do parents get the free books?, Parents of newborns on Prince Edward Island are given a free Born to Read bag during your regular wellness visit with Public Health...
This booklet provides helpful questions and answers about Advance Care Planning.
Information about ambulatory stroke rehabilitation Services offered by Health PEI.