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COVID-19 testing availability is changing across the Island, but testing sites remain open daily for those who need it. Testing sites in Montague and O’Leary will no longer be open. The Slemon Park testing site will be closed on Saturdays and Sundays. Park Street testing clinic in Charlottetown...
Thousands of new COVID-19 vaccine appointments are being released this week and mass clinics are being scheduled for early next week as Health PEI expands access for both third dose boosters and vaccines for children 5 to 11 years of age. Mass vaccine clinics will reopen in Charlottetown at the...
Test results reports will normally be available within 24 to 48 hours. While some jurisdictions ask for test results that are less than 24 hours old, our service cannot provide test results on the same day that a test is performed. We do not provide QR codes or an ISO certification with our test...
Form to authorize designated compassionate visitors for patients/residents in Health PEI facilities or programs.
Process for family members arriving from outside of PEI to visit end-of-life patients in an inpatient setting.
Chief Public Health Officer, Dr. Heather Morrison, is encouraging those heading back-to-school to get tested for COVID-19 this weekend, if they are experiencing any symptoms. Additional Health PEI testing locations will be available for Island K-12 students, post-secondary students, teachers,...
Visitor restrictions at Health PEI facilities:, Due to community transmission of COVID-19, Health PEI is placing additional restrictions on visiting hospital facilities across PEI. Read the News Release (December 23, 2021). Riverview Manor is also closed to visitors. Read the News Release (...
COVID-19 Mental Health and Addictions Supports, Mental Health Walk-in Clinics Addictions Services Walk-in/Call-in Clinics Mental Health and Addictions Online, Phone, and Text-based Supports for Islanders Mental health programs from your home Supporting your Child or Youth through COVID-19: A...
Health care is an essential service and will continue to be delivered while COVID-19 measures are in place. You may see some changes in the way we deliver our services to home care clients., Frequently Asked Questions, Can I get my usual home care services while COVID-19 measures are in place?,...
Due to community transmission of COVID-19, Health PEI is placing additional restrictions on visiting hospital facilities across PEI. At this time only three (3) Partners in Care are permitted to support each patient. There will be no general visitors allowed. Partners in Care must follow infection...