Health PEI 3-year strategic plan needs Islanders' input

Islanders are being asked to help shape the priorities for the province's health care system over the next three years.

Provincial legislation requires Health PEI to renew its strategic plan every three years

Islanders are being asked to help shape the priorities for the province's health care system over the next three years.

Health PEI is in the process of developing a new strategic plan.

The feedback from Islanders and focus groups will be married with research gathered on current trends in health care, provincial health priorities and health care services.

Provincial legislation requires Health PEI to renew its strategic plan every three years.

People who want to make a submission can do so through the Health PEI web site.

The deadline for a response is March 14.

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