The Queen’s Patient & Family Advisory Council is an advisory group made up of volunteers from the community and hospital staff that meets monthly to provide feedback and guidance on improving the experience of patients and their families.
Because patients and their families are direct recipients of the care and service given at Queen’s, they can help hospital staff see issues from their unique perspective. Volunteer community advisors work with hospital staff advisors on a variety of patient and family care issues. Based on the guidance of the Patient & Family Advisory Council, hospital managers can take direct action to improve the experience of patients and their families.
Patient & Family Advisory Council Mission
To give first priority to the voice of patients and families in order to design innovative, inspired health care delivery systems based on Queen’s C.A.R.E. Values of Compassion, Aloha, Respect, and Excellence.
Patient & Family Advisory Council meetings may involve:
If you are interested in serving on the Queen’s Patient & Family Advisory Council please fill out the form below.
Membership is limited. Acceptance of applicants is based on fulfilling certain criteria as outlined in the Queen’s Patient & Family Advisory Council By-Laws.