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Navigating health care can be difficult, particularly if you are alone, overwhelmed and in pain. The patient navigator service can help guide you through Prince Edward Island’s health care system. Call, 1-844-882-3141, or email, email@example.com, The Patient Navigator assists individuals...
Her Honour the Honourable Antoinette Perry, Lieutenant Governor of Prince Edward Island is welcoming everyone to the annual Government House Christmas Open House at Fanningbank. This tradition of opening the house to Islanders provides the opportunity to view decorations and listen to live...
Strengthening mental health services -, For Robin Ettles and Christina Gallant MacLean, being a school psychologist in Prince Edward Island checks all the right professional and personal boxes. A psychological assessment and care can be the key to school success for some students. Ettles says a...
A listing of self-help services, community resources, as well as help and information lines.
Licensure for International Medical Graduates - GP
It was because of his wife Rosemary that Delbert Evans started volunteering at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital – and she’s the reason he’s there today, even without her. “Rosemary began to get involved as a volunteer at the QEH and I joined along with her,” says the 85-year-old, who moved to Prince...
All mammals are thought to be susceptible to rabies, a fatal zoonoses caused by a Lyssavirus. While rabies occurrence is a rare event in PEI, the objective of the PEI Domestic Animal Rabies Exposure Guideline is to provide guidance in the event of a possible animal rabies exposure to domestic...
Supporting Island families -, Three Island community groups will receive funding for their efforts to help all women feel safe from the threat of violence. The Native Council of Prince Edward Island, the PEI Coalition for Women in Government, and PEI Family Violence Prevention Services have been...
Supporting Island families -, Six Island community groups have received provincial government funding for projects that promote wellness – including the Brackley Women’s Institute. The institute’s “Stronger Together” program received one of the 2017-18 Wellness Grants from the province’s Department...