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Community Invited to Help Adventist Health Improve the Hospital Experience

Community Partnerships

REEDLEY – Patient satisfaction is a high priority for Adventist Health / Central Valley Network, which is why the faith-based, not-for-profit organization is looking for members of the community to join its new Patient & Family Advisory Committee. The group will meet with Vice President of Adventist Medical Center – Reedley, Susan Chapman, four times a year for a catered lunch and discussion.

The Patient & Family Advisory Committee is a partnership of patient and family member advisors and an Adventist Health representative who are dedicated to advancing comprehensive and compassionate patient- and family-centered health care. Committee members will play an active role in improving the patient and family care experience by:

  • Identifying opportunities
  • Gathering and providing feedback and perspective on topics related to patient- and family-centered health care, such as medical group plans, activities, care, services and programs.

“Many of our neighbors, family members and friends will visit AMC – Reedley this year,” says Chapman, “so we want to make sure their experience is the very best it can be. Who better to help us improve patient care than the patients themselves?”

Those who are interested in being a part of the committee, may pick up an application at the front desk of AMC – Reedley or fill out an application online at

For more information, please call AMC – Reedley Administration at (559)-638-8155, Ext. 1101.