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World Stroke Day – October 29 – is a good time for Islanders and health care providers to talk about risk factors, signs of a stroke and the importance of seeking emergency care. “These conversations can save lives and make a difference in outcomes following a stroke,” says Minister of Health and...
Who is this survey for?, This survey is for people living with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) in Prince Edward Island. If you are completing this survey on behalf of someone living with COPD, please answer all questions (for example: their age, gender, etc.) based on the individual...
This Annual Report provides an overview of Health PEI's accomplishments, challenges, performance and financial results for 2017-18.
Fifteen board and committee members from across the province will provide a strong public voice to ensure Islanders have access to high quality health care. Seven islanders have been appointed to form the new Health PEI Board of Directors and nine Islanders have been appointed or reappointed the...
Pam Veinotte, an RN with the Summerside Hemodialysis Unit at Prince Count Hospital, specializes in nephrology - or kidney function - and has seen the way dialysis and other kidney treatments change people’s lives for the better. That’s why she welcomes more investments to expand hours and...
This is a statistical report on Lung 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).
Highlights from the Health PEI 2017-18 Annual Report.
The Reproductive Care Program provides information to support fetal, maternal, newborn, and family health during the prenatal and postnatal periods. The program is also responsible for the provincial perinatal database., What should I know before I get pregnant to ensure a healthy pregnancy for me...
Improvements at the Summerside and Charlottetown hemodialysis units will bring more resources closer to home for the growing number of Islanders living with chronic kidney disease. Earlier this month, the Summerside Hemodialysis Unit at Prince County Hospital introduced an afternoon shift on...
Were you or a loved one admitted to an Island hospital in the last month? Health PEI wants to hear from you as part of its new online patient satisfaction survey in acute care. The online survey is available in English and French, and patients discharged in September will receive a postcard in the...