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As a patient,* we encourage you to be a partner in your health care. As a member of that team, it is important that you understand your rights and responsibilities., Your rights, explain how you should expect to be treated, and, your responsibilities, explain how you can be a more active member of...
Islanders with expired PEI Health cards will receive a new card beginning this week featuring more information to help them and their health care providers. The new health cards now include the individual’s language of preference, home address, and a validation start date for medicare coverage. The...
This report provides an overview of the progress to date on the strategic recommendations outlined in the, PEI Cancer Strategy 2016-2019, .
Supporting Island Families -, New parents can encourage an early love of reading through two new literacy programs. Public health and the provincial libraries are partnering to promote “Born to Read” and “Little Ones Read,” which emphasize the importance of reading to infants and early childhood...
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...
Volunteering at hospitals and long-term care facilities in West Prince is helping Beth Mattes support – and get acquainted with – her adopted community. Mattes, who recently moved to West Prince from Ontario, is one of 11 active members in a new hospital health volunteer program that launched last...