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Insulin pump coverage in Canada

insulin pump coverage

Insulin pump coverage in Canada now extends across all provinces whereby government plans cover the costs of insulin pumps for select groups of people with diabetes.  See below for specific age groups who have coverage for insulin pumps and/or supplies.

PROVINCE CURRENT COVERAGE
Alberta Insulin Pump Coverage: Individuals with type 1 or type 3c diabetes

Insulin Pump Supplies: Individuals with type 1 or type 3c diabetes

British Columbia Insulin Pump Coverage: Children and adults

Insulin Pump Supplies: Children and adults

Manitoba Insulin Pump Coverage: Children under 18 years of age

Insulin Pump Supplies: Children and adult

New Brunswick Insulin Pump Coverage*: Children up to 25 years of age

Insulin Pump Supplies*: Children up to 25 years of age

*coverage based on family income

Newfoundland and Labrador Insulin Pump Coverage: Children and adults up to 25 years of age
Nova Scotia Insulin Pump Coverage*: Children and adults up to 25 years of age

Insulin Pump Supplies*: Children and adults up to 25 years of age

*coverage based on family income

Nunavut Insulin Pump Coverage: Children and adults

Insulin Pump Supplies: Children and adults

Northwest Territories Insulin Pump Coverage: Children and adults

Insulin Pump Supplies: Children and adults

Ontario Insulin Pump Coverage: Children and adults

Insulin Pump Supplies: Children and adults

Prince Edward Island Insulin Pump Coverage: Children up to 19 years of age

Insulin Pump Supplies: Children up to 19 years of age

Quebec Insulin Pump Coverage: Children up to 18 years of age

Insulin Pump Supplies: Children up to 18 years of age

Saskatchewan Insulin Pump Coverage: 25 years of age or younger

Insulin Pump Supplies: 17 years of age or younger

Yukon Insulin Pump Coverage: Children and adults

Insulin Pump Supplies: Children and adults

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