The Patient and Family Advisory Council on Quality and Safety is a panel of residents and employees that works with the Hospital to systematically achieve quality and safety goals. The PFACQS documents the experiences of our adult patients and collects ideas on improving processes to best meet their needs.
Two of the more recent projects that the PFACQS, or the Council, has completed have been educating users on the proper use of the Emergency Room and encouraging men to engage in preventative care.
Launched in 2016, the Council is made up of 12 volunteers—four staff and eight community members. Community members come from all walks of life. They have been patients, friends of patients, community leaders, and health care professionals, and they reflect the diverse communities we serve.
The Council meets every 2nd Wednesday of each month for a maximum of 90 minutes.
Advisory council members
Stephanie Clifford, Community Member
Shenika Jackson, Community Member
Rennetta Leonard, Community Member
Christopher Lingat, Hospital Staff
Marcus Robinson, Community Member
Asa Sims, Community Member
Mary Wade, Hospital Staff
Apply to join the council
We are always looking for people who want to serve their community by contributing to its health and wellbeing. Click here to fill out an application to join the PFACQS.