8:35 PM February 19, 2014
In the event of inclement weather, please listen to Ocean 100.3 FM, K-Rock 105.5 FM or Magic93 FM radio for cancellation
The Polyclinic no longer offers Walk In Clinics.
In 1993, Dr. Raymond Cooke took over The P.E.I. Travel Immunization Clinic (PEITIC) from the Provincial Government and now runs the clinic in conjunction with his regular medical practice. The purpose of the travel clinic is to provide travellers a central location to obtain information, receive immunizations and obtain prescriptions.
Travel to international destinations has increased dramatically over the past decade, and today's travellers are exploring new and exotic locations. Of course, exciting travel is associated with an increased risk of serious illness, much of which is not prevalent in Canada. Hepatitis A/B/C, malaria, and dengue fever are only a few examples of illnesses abroad. As yet, malaria cannot be immunized against, but with careful preventative measures and prophylactic medications the risks can be reduced.
Please call for an appointment, no travel information is avaliable via phone.
The OB/GYN Suite at The Polyclinic houses five full-time physicians who provide obstetrical services to patients in the eastern region of Prince Edward Island. They also offer full gynecological services to island residents, caring for concerns such as abnormal menstruation, pelvic pain, pelvic support needs, and selected infertility issues and oncological indicators.
To Schedule an Appointment
If you are pregnant, please call our office directly to make an appointment with one of our physicians.
Appointments for women requiring gynecological consultation/care are accepted via physician referral only. Once a referral has been received by the clinic, the patient will be contacted and notified of her scheduled appointment 2-3 weeks prior to her appointment date. Please be advised that wait times for non-urgent referrals may range from 2 months to over 12 months. If your situation changes prior to the time you are notified of your appointment, you are encouraged to speak with your referring physician.
The OB/GYN Suite is open Monday to Thursday from 8:00am to 4:00pm, and on Fridays from 8:00-3:00pm. During the winter months clinic closures (on account of storm days) will be announced on this webpage as well as on the local radio stations.
After hour..If you are pregnant, are less than 21 weeks and having a problem you are advised to go to the Emergency Department at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital. If you are more than 21 weeks and having a pregnancy related problem, you are advised to go to the hospital's Labour and Delivery Unit where you will be assessed.