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The PFAC at Rhode Island Hospital including East Greenwich is composed of a council made up of 6 to 8 patients/family members and 2 to 3 staff members from the participating institution.
Candidates should be patients, former patients or caregivers for patients at the Lifespan Cancer Institute at Rhode Island Hospital and its program in East Greenwich. Individuals interested in becoming council members must complete a membership application form, interview with the council, sign a Lifespan confidentiality statement and complete the entire volunteer training process (hyperlink to: volunteer information). The term requires a two-year minimum commitment and a maximum term of four years. Meetings are held monthly.
Do you have comments or concerns about your care at the Lifespan Cancer Institute at Rhode Island Hospital? We want to hear from you. Please use the links below to contact us.
Any message about your experience in the hospital is forwarded directly to the Patient and Family Advisory Council at the Lifespan Cancer Institute at Rhode Island Hospital and the hospital leadership team, which includes the hospital president, chief medical officer and chief nursing officer. A patient advocate may contact you directly for follow up. Billing questions are forwarded to Lifespan's director of patient financial services.
All suggestions are welcome and your name will be kept confidential.