Prince Edward Island is indeed picture perfect with a lifestyle second-to-none, but you’ll be surprised by the other great reasons to find a career path here.
Advance your career. Be supported by members of the health care community. Play a role in shaping the future of our health care system.
Nursing Practitioner Opportunities
We’re seeking caring, dedicated, forward thinking Nurse Practitioners who value quality of life and personal growth
opportunities to join our team.
- 154516 – Nurse Practitioner (Queens Primary Care Access Clinic)
- 153928 – Nurse Practitioner (Primary Care Community Clinic, Polyclinic)
- 152609 – Nurse Practitioner (Transition in Care – Mental Health & Addictions Campus – Charlottetown)
- 154095 – Nurse Practitioner (O’Leary Health Centre, O’Leary)
- 154057 – Nurse Practitioner (Primary Care Network Queens East, Queen Street Medical Centre)
- 153924 – Nurse Practitioner (Kings Primary Care Network)
- 153592 – Nurse Practitioner (Montague Health Centre Montague)
- 152770 – Nurse Practitioner (Home Care)
- 153381 – Nurse Practitioner (Tignish Health Center)
- 152930 – Nurse Practitioner (Primary Health Care Network West Prince — Primary Site: Tignish Health Center
- 152803 – Nurse Practitioner (Long Term Care)
- 152747 – Nurse Practitioner (Queens, Primary Care Community Clinics – Charlottetown)
- 152804 – Nurse Practitioner (Queens Home Care)
- 151685 – Geriatric / Home Care Nurse Practitioner (COACH Program)
Prince Edward Island offers a $5,000 incentive program for Graduate Nurse Practitioners and a $15,000 incentive program for Experienced Nurse Practitioners. Up to $10,000 in Relocation Assistance may also be available.
“I’ve been impressed with how PEI has embraced the role of nurse practitioners, an important component of primary health care in the province. It’s the perfect place to advance your career and enjoy work-life balance.”
Melinda Ells, NP on Prince Edward Island since 2012
BIG things happen in this small place!
PEI is a tight knit community where you’ll get to know people quickly. With ambition and a big voice, you can make a difference here.
Our early learning and child care system is rated #1 in Canada.
Primary Care Networks
A primary care network is an approach that brings together different health care professionals to ensure you receive the right care, from the right professional, at the right time.
Prince Edward Island has five primary care networks comprised of family physicians, nurse practitioners, registered nurses, diabetes educators, licensed practical nurses, and clerical staff. Some networks also have dietitians and mental health workers.
Patient Medical Homes
Patient medical homes have been formed at five Island primary care locations, beginning the shift in primary health care from solo family practices to collaborative health care and better access to care for Islanders.
Patient Medical Homes deliver team-based care through a model that has been developed and endorsed by the College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC).
Mental Health & Addictions
A redevelopment and expansion is currently underway with the goal of ensuring all people living in PEI will have equal opportunity to achieve and maintain the best possible mental health and well-being throughout their lifetime.
Increasing access to mental health and addiction services and programming through a Community First approach is a crucial pillar of the current government’s commitment to improving health care.
Nurse practitioner scopes of practice in Canada, 2020 – Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI)
What is the role of a nurse practitioner (NP) and how does it vary across Canada’s provinces and territories?
NPs are key contributors to the safe delivery of care across our health systems. They integrate clinical skills associated with nursing and medicine to assess, diagnose and manage patients in a variety of health care settings. Understanding their roles and the types of care they can provide is important for effective health workforce planning.
Use our data table and visualization to learn more about the scopes of practice for NPs across the country.
Note: Data for these products was collected in partnership with the Nurse Practitioner Association of Canada. It reflects the most recent information available as of March 2020 before the COVID-19 pandemic.
Are you interested in pursuing a career in Prince Edward Island? We’d love to hear from you!