LAGRANGE – Parkview Lagrange Hospital is seeking adults willing to serve on its Patient and Family Advisory Council.
The council meets bi-monthly to offer feedback and suggestions that can help improve quality, patient safety and overall experience of care.
Parkview Lagrange President Jordi Disler says the insights gained from advisory council members are invaluable and result in changes to processes or information flow that positively impact patient experience.
Members must be 18 or older and have received care or have a family member who has received care at Parkview Lagrange Hospital.
Volunteers on the advisory council receive orientation and training.
If you’re interested, contact Christina Blaskie at 463-9389.
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