Patient and Family Advisory Committee

Paramedics by the ambulance at loading entrance

At HGMH, we support a patient and family-centered approach to health care. We know that patients and their families have a key role in improving the patient experience at our hospital. The Patient and Family Advisory Committee provides a way for our staff and leadership to connect with patients and family members to get their advice on how we deliver care. The committee serves in an advisory capacity, making recommendations on matters that impact the experience of patients and their families at HGMH.

The Patient and Family Advisory Committee (PFAC) aims to:

  • Learn from patients' experiences (both positive and negative) at the hospital to enhance our delivery of care and programs;
  • Improve quality and safety;
  • Inform our patient relations process;
  • Ensure our projects meet the needs of our community;
  • Celebrate and share milestones and successes

In addition to the PFAC, patients and families sit on various hospital committees and provide ad-hoc support to various projects such as reviewing patient materials.

What do patient and family advisors do?

Our patient and family advisors:

  • Tell their story
  • Participate in committee work
  • Review and help create education and information materials
  • Special projects

What qualifications are required?

No special qualifications are necessary. You are eligible if you have had a recent experience at HGMH (within two years) either as a patient or a family member of a patient. You must be 18 years of age or older.

How do I find out more about the PFAC?

T: 613.525.2222 x4104

Email: info@hgmh.on.ca

Contact Us
Hôpital Glengarry Memorial Hospital
20260 County Road 43
Alexandria, Ontario K0C 1A0

© 2018 Hôpital Glengarry Memorial Hospital, 20260 County Road 43 Alexandria, Ontario K0C 1A0

Back to top