PEI Renal ProgramIf you or a loved one requires dialysis, investigation, or management of kidney disease, the PEI Renal Program is a community-based service that can help you.
What services are offered?
Depending on your need, there are two types of dialysis services you can access, peritoneal dialysis and hemodialysis. These services provide you with assistance and support from nurses, and are coordinated through the Provincial Renal Program Coordinator.
What is the Provincial Renal Clinic?
The Provincial Renal Clinic investigates and aides in the management of your renal (kidney) disease. The Renal Clinic nurses will work with you along with a dietitian, social worker and nephrologists to offer you holistic patient-centered care in your renal disease treatment.
Where can I get dialysis?
Peritoneal dialysis is done in your home and is available in your community. To access this service, contact the Provincial Renal Clinic in your area.
Hemodialysis is offered in four clinics across the province:
|Community, Unit Location and Address||Telephone Number
Souris Hospital, 17 Knights Avenue
Queen Elizabeth Hospital, 60 Riverside Drive
Prince County Hospital, 65 Roy Boates Avenue
Western Hospital, 148 Poplar Street
|(902) 853-8650 ext 275|
What if I am a visitor to PEI and need dialysis?
If you are from another province or country, you may be able to access hemodialysis services while visiting PEI. The availability of this service is based on capacity of the unit and resources available. You must make arrangements for your hemodialysis before you travel to PEI. You can contact the Provincial Renal Program Coordinator at (902) 368-6738 to make arrangements.
Who do I contact about hemodialysis and renal care?
|Provincial Renal Program Coordinator
16 Garfield Street
PO Box 2000
Charlottetown, PE C1A 7N8
Telephone: (902) 368-6738
Fax: (902) 368-6136
|Provincial Renal Clinic
QEH Ambulatory Care Centre
60 Riverside Drive
Charlottetown, PE C1A 8T5
Telephone: (902) 894-0019
Fax: (902) 620-0497