Queen Elizabeth Hospital
The Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH) located in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, is dedicated to improving the health of Islanders by providing leadership in acute care and specialized hospital services.
The Provincial Rehabilitation Unit (Unit 7) at QEH is a specialized, 20-bed unit, staffed by an interdisciplinary team including nursing, physicians, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, speech language pathology, prosthetic & orthotic services, dietitian, volunteer services, social work and psychology. Other services available in the Physical Medicine Department include a Seating Clinic and Wound Care Clinic. The daily routine on Unit 7 is geared towards helping the patient develop maximum independence in everyday tasks. The physiatrist and attending physician work with the interdisciplinary team to ensure the patient receives comprehensive coordinated care including medical care, therapy services, and other services necessary to enhance rehabilitation and recovery.
Implementation in Action
Consortium Team Members
Dr. Ed Harrison – Physiatrist & Chair
Implementation & Evaluation Specialists (IES)
Bonnie Caldwell – PT & IES
Site Implementation Team (SIT)
Maridee Garnhum, RN
Mark MacKenzie, PT