This category consists of sites containing province health issues, province-wide health organizations and practitioners with offices across the province.
Senior living facilities with fully furnished semi-private to one bedroom apartments with private washrooms. Provides amenities and options, and galleries. Locations at Charlottetown, Summerside and Stratford.
Resources and services for the visually impaired, their families and care givers. Describes services, links to other similar agencies and centres, plus a history of the institute.
Purpose is to license all physicians and surgeons on PEI, and handle complaints. Contains complaint process brochure and physician search.
Describes the different dental health programs provided by the Province, including the Children's Dental Care Program. Includes locations.
A provincial Division of the Canadian Medical Association.
A chain of independent pharmacies, serving the health needs for more than 30 years with locations in ten communities. Provides home healthcare consultants, health education services, travel health clinic, and news and events.
A collective group of Registered Massage Therapists who have been working to raise awareness of the benefits of therapeutic massage on PEI since 1996.
Assures that the interests of the public are met through regulation and by the promotion of competent and ethical physiotherapy services. Includes college information and registration forms.
The Prince Edward Island Occupational Therapists Registration Board is the governing body responsible for regulating the practice of occupational therapy in the province and The Prince Edward Island Occupational Therapy Society is a provincial professional association representing occupational therapists.
Provides leadership and expertise in diabetes to maintain or enhance the quality of life for people affected by diabetes.
Sets the standards for the practice of classical acupuncture and Chinese medicine. Includes the scope of practice as defined in the bylaws, code of conduct and a members listing.
Thanks to DMOZ, which built a great web directory for nearly two decades and freely shared it with the web. About us