Our whole community benefits when people work together to shape the future of health care in Columbus. Columbus Community Hospital’s Patient & Family Advisory Council (PFAC) allows community members to share ideas on how to improve the hospital.
Members of PFAC:
To become a member of PFAC, you must have received care at CCH in the past 12 months or have a family member who has received care in the past 12 months. No other special qualifications are required, and CCH will provide any other training that is needed.
All candidates will complete a health screening, tuberculous testing and influenza vaccines through CCH’s Occupational Health Services, and you will also undergo criminal background checks.
CCH employees, active CCH board members, volunteers, doctors and their family members are not eligible to be members of PFAC. However, they can recommend people for the council.
Interested in making a difference at Columbus Community Hospital? Please complete a patient advisor application form and we will set up an interview.
For more information on PFAC or how you can get involved, contact:
Dona J. Kudron, RN, BSN
CCH patient experience manager