An analysis of physician, hospital, and nursing home statistics for Prince Edward Island, from 2009.
The number of practicing physicians is the number of full-time equivalent positions filled by physicians as of December of each year. It does not include locum or out-of-province visiting physicians.The number of funded beds in licensed private nursing homes is as of December of each year.
Prince Edward Home beds – note that from 2009 to 2013, the numbers include convalescent/restorative beds, as well as beds for under 60 year old residents. In 2014 a new Prince Edward Home was constructed.
The Alternative Land Use Services ALUS2 program is a voluntary program for PEI landowners. This program has four purposes, to:
Reduce soil erosion and siltation of watercourses and wetlands Improve water quality Improve and increase wildlife habitat Reduce the impacts of climate change
Each fall, a number of ALUS projects across the province are audited for performance. Projects selected for audit are identified in a random audit system. Clients are notified of the performance audit and ALUS projects are inspected to ensure they comply with the client's ALUS Agreement. This involves visual inspections or the project area may need to be measured to ensure the correct project acreage. The results of the audit are recorded and communicated to the ALUS client so they are aware of their performance, and if necessary, corrective action taken to address any performance issues.
This data set provides an analysis of acute care hospital expenditures for Prince Edward Island, 2010/11 to 2014/15.
Hospital operating account expenditures represents funding provided by Government net of revenue to support Acute and Community Hospitals including lab and diagnostic imaging services, dialysis services and hospital pharmacy services.
The number of In-Province Acute Care beds includes only those located in the seven hospitals. Expenditures include in-patient as well as outpatient expenditures.