Hurricanes Physiotherapy is a fully functional physiotherapy clinic located on the third floor of the McMillan Centre for Community Engagement building on the Princes of Wales Campus in Charlottetown. For more information, visit the clinic’s web page.
Hours of operation: Monday to Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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Health Care Plan
Information on the Holland College Student Union Health & Dental Plan is available from the Student Union at email@example.com.
Walk In/Evening Clinics
Find information on walk in clinics across the Island.
Don’t Have a Family Physician?
Students who are without family doctors should contact the Provincial Patient Registry at 1-855-563-2101 or apply online to be added to the waiting list.
Public Health Nurse
Find contact information for Public Health Nurses across the Island.
Women’s Wellness Program & Sexual Health Services
Women's Wellness Program and Sexual Health Services provides reproductive and sexual health care to Islanders of all genders, orientations and ages at various sites across PEI. To access safe, confidential and supportive services, call 1-844-365-8258 (toll-free). Sexual health services include sexual health education and counselling; sexually transmitted infection screening and treatment; birth control counselling and prescriptions; pregnancy counselling, testing and support; and abortion services (medical abortion and surgical abortion).
Dr. Christine Hoffman, 24 Linden Ave, Charlottetown, offers a part-time Women’s Clinic which is primarily for young women who need contraception, paps or gynecology advice. No referral is needed. Patients can call and book their own appointments at 902-367-3285.
PEI Pap Screening Clinic
Cervical cancer screening is done by a Pap test. A Pap test is a procedure that removes a small sample of cells from the cervix. These cells are examined under a microscope and monitored for any abnormal changes
The current Pap screening guidelines in PEI recommend women should have a Pap test every three years if they are 25-65 years of age and have been sexually active.
To access pap screening:
- Call your family physician or nurse practitioner to set up an appointment; or
- Submit an online Appointment Request Form to the provincial Cervical Cancer Screening Service; or
- Call 1-888-561-2233 to book an appointment for a Pap test at a Cervical Cancer Screening Clinic in your community. To view clinics happening across the province, please visit Pap Screening Clinics.