The Prince Edward Family Health Team currently offers a number of programs, including:
Cardiac Rehabilitation: Cardiac Rehabilitation is a 12-week secondary disease prevention program consisting of exercise and education by a multidisciplinary team. The program is proven to improve participant’s quality of life and to facilitate the adoption of a healthy and active lifestyle following a cardiac event.
CCP (Coordinated Care Program): Provides predominantly home-based care and coordination of care for the most frail residents with multiple co-morbidities and higher socio-economic need. Palliative care is an integral part of this program
Clinical Nutrition: Registered dietitians empowering patients in making appropriate food choices for disease prevention and the treatment of nutrition-related conditions.
COVID, Flu and Cold: For all Prince Edward County residents with or without a family doctor. COVID, FLU & COLD clinic available every Thursday starting on December 7th - March 2024
Diabetes Education: A comprehensive diabetes management program aimed at supporting patients and families in their diabetes self-management through education, medication adjustment and collaborative goal setting. To work closely with clients and their families living with diabetes in PEC, along with their physicians and nurse practitioners. We promote self-management and improve quality of life through education, motivation and through supporting behavioral change in clients and families living with diabetes.
Health Promotion: The role of the Health Promoter is tailored and continuously adapting to our patients’ needs. To promote health, we will extend our reach into the community. Overall aim is to empower those in Prince Edward County to increase their control over and improve their own health.
Higher Risk Foot Care Program: A comprehensive lower limb and foot exam for patients with diabetes and/or peripheral vascular disease to determine their potential risk of foot complications secondary to diabetes and/or peripheral vascular disease.
Lung Health: A comprehensive lung health program aimed at early detection, reducing advancement of disease and implementation of self-management approaches to manage through the spectrum of condition progression through to palliative care. For those living with or at risk of developing lung disease to have the best quality of life possible.
Maternal Infant Child: Education for prenatal care, birthing information, breastfeeding support and well-baby visits.
Memory Clinic: A program that provides timely assessment and diagnosis for patients with suspected cognitive impairments and/or dementia.
Mental Health: Promote mental health awareness and illness prevention in the community and counselling of patients in an individual or group setting.
Palliative Care: The Palliative Care Program is to provide quality, seamless palliative care for patients and their families.
Pharmacy Service: Identify, prevent and resolve medication-related problems; provide drug information and education.
Preventative Care Clinics: Providing cancer screening clinics to people without a family doctor or nurse practitioner and who live in Prince Edward County
Smoking Cessation: The PEFHT smoking Cessation support services provide individualized support and education for smokers of all ages who are interested in quitting.
Visiting Consultant: Specialty Services provided by consultants that visit Prince Edward County accessible care close to home.
Wound Care: Provide quality wound care based on Best Practice Guidelines; provide patients with information to help reduce the risks of infection and other complications; develop patients' skills to manage wound care at home if appropriate.
To participate in PEFHT programs/services speak to your family doctor for referral or call PEFHT reception at Harbourview Clinic 613-476-0400 ext. 0 for more information.