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Patients and Family Members Needed for Lincoln County Medical Center's Patient and Family Advisory Council

April 16, 2019Press Release

RUIDOSO, N.M. – Lincoln County Medical Center (LCMC) has formed a Patient and Family Advisory Council (PFAC) and patients and families are encouraged to join in order to share their experiences at LCMC. 

Across the country, PFACs provide health care teams with perspectives from patients and families on how care is delivered and experienced. This helps health care teams understand where they are doing well and where they need to improve.

PFAC members may help develop new services and programs, find solutions to problems or challenges and provide feedback on opportunities to improve the health care experience for patients and their families.

LCMC's PFAC will meet monthly for two hours. Interested candidates must complete an application, which includes a background check and an interview.

Interested in joining? Email pfac@phs.org or call Wendi Hulett, Chief Nurse Executive, Lincoln County Medical Center, at 575-257-8200.

 

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About Lincoln County Medical Center

Lincoln County Medical Center is a county-owned facility that has been leased and operated by Presbyterian Healthcare Services since 1972. This partnership is dedicated to improving the health of individuals, families and communities in Ruidoso and Lincoln County. Lincoln County Medical Center and Presbyterian Healthcare Services operate a hospital, a primary care and specialty clinic, three rural clinics and a countywide ambulance service in Lincoln County. Lincoln County Medical Center is one of nine hospitals run by Presbyterian, which also has a statewide health plan and a growing multi-specialty medical group. 

Media Inquiries:

Amanda Schoenberg
Sr. Corporate Communications Specialist
E-mail: aschoenbe@phs.org
(831) 332-5785
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