Minister Currie welcomes 10 new physicians to Prince Edward Island
Health and Wellness Minister Doug Currie and Recruitment Manager Marney MacKinnon welcome Dr. Cian Ó Móráin one of 10 physicians who started practice in PEI this summer.
Islanders have more access to physician services with the addition of ten new physicians who started practice in Prince Edward Island this summer.
Souris Dialysis Unit offers better care and more comfortable surroundings
Nathan Bushey, dialysis patient, Minister of Health and Wellness Doug Currie and Cheryl Banks, director of the provincial renal program, tour the renovated dialysis unit during the open house at Souris Hospital.
The newly renovated dialysis unit at Souris Hospital is improving access to high quality dialysis care for Kings County patients who require the life-sustaining treatment.
Student Drug Use 2004 -2013 Report Released
The PEI Student Drug Use report 2004-2013 provides useful information to help youth make healthy choices.
New partnership sets the stage for Canada’s Food Island
L-R: Premier Wade MacLauchlan, Honourable Heath MacDonald and Honourable Alan MacIssac
A new industry led, government supported partnership will engage primary industries, food producers, culinary experts and research institutions to expand food exports, create new products and cement Prince Edward Island’s reputation as a world class producer of food and leading culinary destination.
New programs for medications and medical sharps collection launched
Minister Robert Mitchell; Ginette Vanasse, Health Products Stewardship Association; Minister Doug Currie; Chris McKenna, PEI Pharmacists Association; Gerry Moore, Island Waste Management, launch new programs for medications and sharps disposal.
The Island Medications Return Program and Island Sharps Collection Program are helping Islanders to safely dispose of medications and sharps and protect the environment.