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Milford Regional’s Patient Advisory Council Needs New Members

Milford Regional Medical Center is seeking community members from their 19 town service area to serve on the hospital’s Patient and Family Advisory Council (PFAC). Now in its fifth year of operation, the PFAC is dedicated to promoting a partnership between the patients, families, and working professionals affiliated with the Medical Center to promote and foster patient‐centered care.

The PFAC at Milford Regional, which meets monthly, includes staff from the Medical Center’s administration and departments, and former patients or those who have had family members receive care at the hospital. Community members must reside within Milford Regional’s service area which comprises the following towns: Milford, Hopedale, Mendon, Blackstone, Medway, Uxbridge, Northbridge, Whitinsville, Bellingham, Franklin, Douglas, Grafton, Upton, Hopkinton, Holliston, Millis, Medfield, Wrentham and Millville. Members commit to a two year term and have the opportunity to participate on various committees, task forces and advisory boards.

Those interested in becoming a member of Milford Regional’s Patient Family Advisory Council must complete and submit an application form by Friday, March 28, 2014. For more information on the PFAC at Milford Regional and/or to obtain an application, go to milfordregional.org and click on the about us section, then Patient & Family Advisory, or contact Cathy O'Connell by phone at (508) 422-2202 or email at caoconnell@milreg.org.


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