Cape Cod Hospital Patient and Family Advisory Council Annual Reports
The Cape Cod Hospital Patient and Family Advisory Council (PFAC) is dedicated to supporting the delivery of the highest standards of comprehensive and compassionate healthcare at Cape Cod Hospital. The Council accomplishes this by working in active partnership with our healthcare providers to:
- Strengthen communication and collaboration among patients, families, caregivers and staff.
- Promote patient and family advocacy and involvement.
- Propose and participate in programs, services and policies.
The Council’s voting membership is made up of a broad base of up to 14 patients and/or family members (at least 50% patients) and up to seven Cape Cod Hospital staff members. A term of active membership is two years and terms are staggered to allow for carry-over of half the members.
Individuals interested in becoming a member of the Cape Cod Hospital PFAC may submit a membership application to the co-chairs of the Council for consideration. Completed applications will be reviewed by the co-chairs and an interview may be scheduled. Preference will be given to candidates that meet certain demographic criteria to ensure that the group is representative of the Cape Cod community.
The CCH PFAC develops an annual plan that includes goals and objectives that includes goals and objectives.
2016 Cape Cod Hospital PFAC Annual Report