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Your experience matters.
Patient and Family Centered Care Advisory Councils are made up of patients, family members, and health care providers who have received or provided care at our hospital. Our Councils include people with diverse backgrounds in an effort to fully represent a large variety of health care issues, diagnoses, and cultures of our patients.
The Advisory Council is an approach to health care that emphasizes collaboration among patients, families and health care providers.
Patient and Family Centered Care Advisory Council Members make a two year commitment and meet at least nine times a year. Applications are reviewed and an informal interview scheduled.
Learn more about Patient and Family Centered Care Councils at Memorial Hospital. Please call 661.327.4647.
Volunteers give love every time they touch the lives of patients, guests, and employees at Memorial Hospital. As essential members of the healthcare team, they assist the hospital’s professional staff by serving as non-clinical caregivers and patient liaisons. The kindness and concern shown is especially comforting to patients and their loved ones. Volunteers have a chance to learn new skills, develop new interests, make new friends, grow in understanding, and most of all, they have a chance to enjoy the satisfaction that comes from helping others.
Our volunteer opportunities include:
For more information about being a Patient and Family Centered Care Ambassador, please call 661.327.4647.