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Patient Registry Program

The Patient Registry Program helps connect Islanders to a family doctor or nurse practitioner who is accepting new patients, whether you have just moved to Prince Edward Island or have relocated within the province.

You should contact the Patient Registry if you:

  • do not have a family doctor and would like to register for one;
  • have moved within the province and are looking for a family doctor in your new area;
  • are currently on the Patient Registry and your contact information has changed; or
  • are on the Patient Registry and have found your own doctor.

How do I register?
Call 1-855-563-2101 (toll-free), or complete the Patient Registry Application Form online to register yourself or a family member quickly and easily.

When will I be placed with a family doctor or nurse practitioner?
Patients are assigned in chronological order, so those on the registry the longest are assigned first. You will be contacted by the Patient Registry when a family doctor or nurse practitioner is accepting new patients in your area.

What if I need to see a doctor now?
You can visit a walk-in clinic for non-urgent care. If you need emergency care call 9-1-1 or go to the nearest emergency department.

If you are unsure what to do, call 8-1-1, a registered nurse can help you determine if your health issue requires emergency or non-urgent medical care. They can also provide you with reliable information related to your health issue or offer guidance about health services available in the province.
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