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Complete this form to request a correction to your personal health information.
Submit a PEI Health Card Replacement Request Form if you have lost your PEI Health Card. There will be a $10 replacement fee for each card, with a maximum of $50 per household.
Complete a PEI Health Card Application Form to receive publicly funded health care services in Prince Edward Island. If you do not have a PEI Health Card you will be billed for hospital and physician services.
If you have recently moved to Prince Edward Island, you can register on-line for a PEI Health Card using the form below or print, complete and submit the PEI Health Card Application Form to Health PEI. You must reside in this province for at least, six months plus one day, each year to be eligible...
Health PEI has developed a cannabis (marijuana) policy to guide staff, patients, clients, residents and visitors on the use of cannabis products in facilities and on property of Health PEI. Health PEI recognizes that adults may choose to use cannabis for medical or recreational purposes. The...
You must have a valid PEI Health Card to receive publicly funded health care services in Prince Edward Island (PEI). If you do not have a PEI Health Card you will be billed for hospital and physician services. Your health card contains an 8-digit number called your, Personal Health Number (PHN), ....
Vision loss is very personal to David Hilchey. His daughter lives with a syndrome that will - within this decade - limit her vision to what would be seen looking through a straw. After almost 10 years of volunteering for the national organization that supports Canadians living with vision loss, he...
You can request a correction to your personal health information if you believe there is an error in your health records at a Health PEI facility. By law, Health PEI is not permitted to make changes to professional opinions or observations in your health records., How do I request a correction?,...
Islanders will soon have help to pay for more of the prescription medications they need for a better quality of life. The provincial government is improving the drug formulary by adding and expanding coverage for 28 new drugs beginning August 1. The new drugs will treat more than 260 Islanders with...
Walk-in clinics provide, non-urgent care, and are available to the public at various locations across the province. If you need immediate, mental health support, to help with anxiety, or for life events causing stress or other mental health issues, visit a Mental Health Walk-in Clinic . For,...