Hwy 49 Picton Ontario
The Prince Edward Family Health Team (PEFHT) is one of 200 Family Health Teams across Ontario, which opened as part of an Ontario Ministry of Health and Long Term Care initiative aimed at improving access to primary health care professionals in Ontario. Our family health team provides a single point of access to health care services for all County residents. Our interdisciplinary care teams offer comprehensive patient-centred, primary health care including disease diagnosis, treatment and management, prevention and cure, rehabilitation, palliative care and community health promotion.
Harbourview Clinic 35 Bridge Street Picton ON
206 Main St. (located in the Armoury Building) Picton Ontario
Health Care Connect What is Health Care Connect? Health Care Connect refers Ontarians who don’t have a physician to a family health care provider who may be accepting new patients. How does Health Care Connect work? Unattached patients can call or go online to ontario.ca/healthcareconnect to register with the program. To successfully register, unattached patients must have a valid OHIP card and complete a health questionnaire to determine their need for family health care services. Priority is given to individuals who have greater health needs. Once registered, program participants are assigned to a Care Connector.
Prince Edward County, Ontario
Kenko Osteopathy and WellnessOsteopathic Manual Therapy non-invasive techniques that promote health by relieving pain.
4 Elizabeth Street, Picton, Ontario
Quinte Health Care Prince Edward County Memorial currently provides primary care with 38 beds and a number of clinical and diagnostic services.
403 Main St. Picton Ontario
Hospice Prince Edward is a not for profit agency which provides grief, bereavement support and palliative care to people with terminal illness and their families from birth to grave. Hospice also provides grief and loss counselling, one-on-one counselling or in a support group setting. All programs and services are free.
The Health Unit provides programs in the following areas: community sanitation, control of infectious diseases, health promotion, health protection, disease and injury prevention, family health, and additional health programs and services prescribed by regulation.
P.O. Box 1080, 74A King St. Picton Ontario
346 Main St. Picton ON
R.R.#2 Picton Ontario
Help people who have long-term physical disabilities get needed equipment and supplies. In some cases, ADP pays up to 75 per cent of the cost of the items like orthopaedic braces, wheelchairs, hearing aids, and breathing aids.
7th Floor North York Ontario