Vision
Excellence in Nursing Regulation: To ensure the public can expect safe, high quality registered nursing practice in PEI
CRNPEI
Regulating Registered Nurses in the Public Interest Since 1922

The CRNPEI office is following COVID recommendations from CPHO, if you wish to meet with a staff member booked appointments are required. Social distancing is in use and masks are optional.

 

TAX RECEIPTS — in order to obtain a receipt for Income Tax purposes, you will need to go to Member Login and access your Invoices & Receipts. 

Having trouble getting into your Member Login — use Forgot Password, if you have locked yourself out — please call.

Important Note — You may have received an email inviting you to renew your CNA membership and to send your $63.65 + tax, through the CNA website at MyCNA — this is a choice for you to make, CRNPEI is no longer involved in your CNA membership. This is not a scam email.

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Regulating Registered Nurses in the Public Interest Since 1922

WELCOME TO THE COLLEGE OF REGISTERED NURSES OF PEI (CRNPEI)

The College of Registered Nurses of PEI (CRNPEI) was established in 2018 by the Regulated Health Professions Act as the regulatory body for Registered Nurses in PEI. Oversight of Registered Nurses was originally undertaken by the Association of Registered Nurses of PEI which was formed in 1922, later legislated by the RN Act.

Registered nurses and nurse practitioners are self-regulated health professionals in PEI. The regulatory functions of CRNPEI under the Regulated Health Professions Act (RHPA) are in the best interest of the public and include:

  • Member Registration;
  • Discipline; and
  • Approval of Education Programs

Online Renewal Update

The Renewal period begins September 1st, for the period November 1st to October 31st. Current registrants must complete renewal by October 1st, or a late fee will apply. Anyone not renewed by October 31st of any year will no longer be a member, and a reinstatement will be required.

Registration Required to Begin Work

A CRNPEI registration certificate is required in order to begin orientation and work as a Registered Nurse, Graduate Nurse or Nurse Practitioner in PEI.

Reduction in Renewal Fees

The current renewal and registration fees are being reduced due to our discontinuance of the collection of CNA Jurisdictional membership fees. Renewal and registration fees will be reduced by $63.65. The renewal fee for an RN will be $502.85 ($454.85 + CNPS fee $48.00) and for an NP $631.60 ($472.10 + CNPS fee $159.50).

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