Adult Patient and Family Advisory Council (PFAC)

The Adult Patient and Family Advisory Council (PFAC) is a group made up of patients, families, and caregivers. The Advisory Council plays an important role in the delivery of care within University of Iowa Health Care by keeping communication lines open between patients and families and their health care team.

Goals

Allow patients and families to:

  • Give input into health-care practices and programs
  • Have a safe place to voice their concerns and give input to their care
  • Form a collaborative relationship with the health-care team that is culturally sensitive, respectful, and compassionate

Become a Part of the PFAC

The Advisory Council is always looking for new members to improve care delivery within UI Health Care. The Advisory Council strives to have representatives from a variety of cultures and generations to:

  • Talk about barriers to care, treatment, and services
  • Suggest ideas and solutions for the care experience
  • Give the patient and family perspective
  • Plan and better educate other patients and families on support services

Advisory Council Members

  • Are current or past patients, or family members of current or past patients
  • Are committed to regularly attending meetings, which are held every other month
  • Sign an Advisory Council statement of confidentiality

Learn More and Apply

To learn more about UI Health Care’s Patient and Family Advisory Council, call the Office of the Patient Experience at 1-319-356-1802.

Ways to Apply:

Applications selected will be contacted for an interview with a small group from the Advisory Council.

Already an Adult PFAC member?