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In order to practice Emergency Medical Technology in Prince Edward Island, all applicants must hold current registration with the EMS Board of Prince Edward Island. Use the guide in this document to identify the right application type.
Your doctor, nurse practitioner or other service provider can refer you for adult services with community mental health and/or addictions services.
Your physician or nurse practitioner can refer you to the , Cardiac Rehab Program, by submitting this referral form. An exercise stress test , must, be sent in with your referral. If you meet the inclusion criteria for the program, you will be contacted for an assessment appointment. For more...
Your physician or nurse practitioner can refer you to the , Pulmonary Rehab Program, by submitting this referral form. If you meet the inclusion criteria for the program, you will be contacted for an assessment appointment. For more information, visit the Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehab Programs .
To receive a flu vaccination, you must complete a registration form. Complete the top section of this form and bring it with you to a vaccination clinic.
The 2019-2020 report form for recording and reporting immunizations by email to the Chief Public Health Office. Immunizers are encouraged to report electronically, if possible. Contact the Chief Public Health Office at (902) 368-4996 if you have questions about your reporting requirements.
The 2019-2020 printable report form for recording and reporting immunizations by fax or mail to the Chief Public Health Office. Immunizers are encouraged to report electronically, if possible. Contact the Chief Public Health Office at (902) 368-4996 if you have questions about your reporting...
Special authorization request form to be completed by your physician or diagnosing specialist.
Complete this form to verify your registration with the appropriate regulatory body. Send forms to each regulatory body where registered and/or licensed currently or previously. Additional copies of this form must be used if you have been registered in more than one province/territory.
Les enfants âgés de 3 à 17 ans dont la famille ne possède, pas, d’assurance dentaire peuvent recevoir des services de traitement dentaire par l’entremise du Programme de soins dentaires pour les enfants (PSDE). Veuillez remplie le present formulaire avant que vos enfants reçoivent des soins...