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Supporting Island Families -, Beginning January 1, 2019, more than 580 Islanders living with a permanent ostomy will be eligible for financial assistance. Islanders can access the forms required to apply to the new Ostomy Supplies Program online or call the PEI Pharmacare Program toll-fee 1-877-577...
The Emergency Department and Collaborative Emergency Centre (CEC) at Western Hospital in Alberton will be closed on two occasions starting tonight and over the next week due to the temporary unavailability of physician and/or nursing coverage. Emergency health services will not be available at...
If you or a loved one requires dialysis, investigation, or management of kidney disease, the PEI Renal Program is a community-based service that can help you., What services are offered?, Depending on your need, there are two types of dialysis services you can access,, peritoneal dialysis and...
Special authorization request form to be completed by your physician or diagnosing specialist.
Andrew Fudge found a welcoming community and a fulfilling career when he moved from Newfoundland to work as a registered nurse at Western Hospital in Alberton. After graduating from Memorial University last year, Fudge said he chose Prince Edward Island because it offered a stable full-time...
Due to inclement weather and road conditions forecasted for the next two days, 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...
This is a summary report on Breast Cancer in Prince Edward Island. It is one in a series that is being developed to provide a look at the four most frequently diagnosed cancers in PEI (lung, colorectal, breast and prostate cancers).
This is a summary report on Lung Cancer in Prince Edward Island. It is one in a series that is being developed to provide a look at the four most frequently diagnosed cancers in PEI (lung, colorectal, breast and prostate cancers).
This is a statistical report on Breast Cancer in Prince Edward Island. It is one report in a series that is being developed to provide a meaningful look at the four most frequently diagnosed cancers in PEI (lung, colorectal, breast and prostate cancers).
More Islanders living with congestive heart failure or chronic lung disease are being safely monitored from the comfort of their home using special equipment and modern technology. Health PEI recently expanded the Remote Patient Monitoring program to increase its capacity from 30 patients to 45...