What form do I need to enter PEI?

The Self-Isolation Declaration form is for people who are not eligible for the PEI Pass and are required to self-isolate upon arrival/return to PEI, with testing. A new form must be submitted each time you enter/return to PEI.

How long does it take to get a PEI health card?

Applications that are properly completed and accompanied by all required supporting documentation are normally evaluated within two weeks. If accepted for coverage, your application will be processed. Please allow an additional three weeks for processing. A PEI Health Card is valid for five years.

Can I use my Ontario health card in PEI?

When you show your valid Ontario health card in another Canadian province or territory, you will be covered for some of the same services you’re covered for in Ontario including: physician services ( e.g. visit to a walk-in clinic) services provided in a public hospital ( e.g. emergency, diagnostic, laboratory)

How do I renew my health card in PEI?

To notify of any changes, call 1-800-321-5492.

  1. Renew your PEI Health Card online.
  2. Renew your temporary PEI Health Card online.
  3. Renew your temporary PEI Health Card online.

How long does P.E.I. pass take?

seven to 10 days
Public Safety officials advise P.E.I. Pass applicants to apply at least 10 days before they plan to travel, as it usually takes seven to 10 days to receive confirmation.

Does PEI health card cover dental?

Services Covered by PEI Health Card most physician and in-hospital services. home care, palliative care, long-term care. primary care services (dental public health services for children, chronic disease prevention and management, public health nursing, etc.)

Can you have a health card in two provinces?

You can obtain health insurance coverage from only one province or territory at any time. Your new province or territory will notify ServiceOntario when you apply for your new health insurance coverage.

Can Quebec residents go to Ontario hospitals?

Why are Ontario doctors unable to transfer patients from Quebec to specialists? The majority of Ontario’s specialist physicians do not accept to see Quebec residents on a non-urgent basis. We have no special privileges to obtain appointments for Quebec residents with Quebec specialists.

Can you travel to P.E.I. without being vaccinated?

Until the threat of COVID-19 has decreased, anyone 12 years of age and older who is not vaccinated will have to isolate upon entry into PEI.

How does the P.E.I. pass work?

The PEI Pass allows returning Islanders and visitors who meet the appropriate criteria to be exempt from self-isolation when entering the province. The PEI Pass can be used multiple times providing the conditions of the pass are met on entry to PEI.

Do you have to have health card in PEI?

To access the publicly funded health care services in PEI you must have a valid PEI Health Card. You have to present this card each time you need health care services at a doctor’s or nurse practitioner’s office, or the hospital. All PEI residents are eligible for a PEI Health Card. You are considered a PEI resident if:

What are the health care services for children in PEI?

Children’s Dental Care Program is offered to PEI children 3 to 17 years of age, and it includes preventive services, diagnostic and treatment services. Preventive services include oral health education, cleaning and fluoride application. These services are provided by Dental Public Health staff in schools or preventive clinics.

Where can I find Prince Edward Island government forms?

Forms for most departments, Health PEI, Innovation PEI, Finance PEI and the Public Service Commission are now available at www.princeedwardisland.ca/en/forms. The following is an index of forms for this department available in PDF format and/or Submittable Online.

Who is responsible for health care in Prince Edward Island?

Health PEI is responsible for the delivery of publicly funded health services in Prince Edward Island.