The Patient, Family and Caregiver (PFAC) Council serves as a platform for the voices of patients, clients, family members, caregivers, and community members of the North Simcoe Ontario Health Team. A patient, family, caregiver, and community member is a person who brings experiences, along with the inclusion of all perspectives – especially the vulnerable populations – of what it is like to be a patient, client, family member or caregiver. The goal of this group is to collaborate on working group projects and decision making for a common cause – to improve the way people access and receive health care in North Simcoe.
For more information about the Patient, Family and Caregiver Council, please see the below documents:
Are you a resident of the Midland, Penetanguishene, Tiny, Tay, or Christian Island community? Do you have a passion for wanting to help improve health care in your community?
The North Simcoe Ontario Health Team is actively seeking patient, family, caregiver, and community members to join the PFAC Council. This group is for those who are interested in sharing their experiences with health and social services, and to inform and improve the way people access and receive care.
If you are interested in becoming a member of the Patient, Family and Caregiver Council, please submit an expression of interest by filling out the form below.