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Tyler Caissie is one of more than 100 Islanders who no longer have hepatitis C thanks to a drug treatment program made available two years ago. Prince Edward Island, in February 2015, became the first province in Canada to offer a management and treatment strategy for the life-threatening liver...
This booklet provides helpful questions and answers about Advance Care Planning.
New emergency health technology will help Islanders until paramedics arrive. A new Emergency Medical Dispatch (EMD) system will allow 9-1-1 dispatchers to provide instructions such as CPR directions over the phone until Island EMS or other first responders arrive. Health PEI and Island EMS are...
Eligible Islanders traveling out of province for medical services can now apply to have their ferry fare covered. Hope Air – in collaboration with Health PEI – will pay for a Northumberland Ferries Limited pass for Islanders in financial need to attend medical appointments in Nova Scotia. The...
Island women can now make appointments for community-based women’s wellness services in Charlottetown and Summerside. On May 1, Health PEI began offering several community-based services as part of the Women’s Wellness Program at the Polyclinic in Charlottetown and Habrouside Health Centre in...
Information about ambulatory stroke rehabilitation Services offered by Health PEI.