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The Paramedic Association of PEI (PAPEI) is led by a passionate group of like-minded professionals who work to promote and advance the practice of paramedicine on Prince Edward Island. PAPEI is an independent voice of the paramedicine profession on the island and serves to clarify and expand our roles as clinicians and first responders. From defining our place within the healthcare community to providing educational and social opportunities to explore the way we practice, PAPEI supports and advocates for its membership and the people we serve.


To empower Paramedics of Prince Edward Island as national leaders in our profession.


To support the advancement of Paramedicine in Prince Edward Island through professionalism, advocacy, and collaboration.


Honesty, Integrity, Transparency, & Respect

Click here to view our current association bylaws




President - Tyler Graves

Vice President - Courtney Crowell

Secretary - Hillary Stewart

Treasurer: Ian Ross

Education: Nic Clory

Area Representatives

Central Rep: Patrick Davis 

Island Rep: Andrew Clark

East Rep: Alice Rice

East-Prince: Brenna Duffy

West-Prince: Garrett Tanton


Educational Opportunities

A major focus of PAPEI is to provide high-quality educational opportunities to its membership. Our Education Sessions typically take the form of morbidity and mortality (M&M) events, conferences, certification programs such as Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) or Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP), or multidisciplinary training. All of our education sessions provide Continuing Education Units (CEU) to meet requirements for licensing with Health PEI. By setting educational standards among Island paramedics high, we set the standard of care our patients receive higher.​


PAPEI has hosted a number of successful events such as Breaking Barriers, the PAPEI Annual Symposium, various M&Ms and skills sessions. In addition to being educational, our events serve to provide networking opportunities and a time to share ideas - vital to the development and innovation of paramedicine across Canada.​

Public and Interagency Relations

Another role of PAPEI is to represent and advocate for PEI paramedics on a variety of fronts. The way we present ourselves creates an impression of paramedicine as a whole, but keeping in touch with our stakeholders so that we can align our goals and values with theirs is even more important. This imperative includes public relations and education initiatives, as well as interdisciplinary and inter-agency communications.

PAPEI also organizes several community outreach and education programs. In past years,  PAPEI has partnered with Wounded Warriors Canada to support their initiatives in helping ill and injured Canadian Armed Forces members, Veterans, First Responders and their families - as well as Mikinduri Children of Hope, a local charity committed to humanitarian efforts in Kenya. PAPEI is always interested in learning about more opportunities to give back to the communities in which we serve. If you or your organization would like to get involved, please contact us, and keep an eye out for future announcements about our exciting partnerships!

Regulation and Legislation

Ensuring paramedics have representation at these levels is important to advancing our profession and providing patients with the high-performance and quality emergency medical services they deserve. PAPEI continues to lobby the government on behalf of PEI paramedics at the federal, provincial, and municipal levels.​


PAPEI is proud to be a chapter of the Paramedic Association of Canada.

Through this partnership we are able to extend benefits to our members.

To view benefits of membership, click here

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