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Guelph General Hospital looking for patient and family advisors

GUELPH - Guelph General Hospital (GGH) is looking for patients and caregivers from Guelph and Wellington County to participate in its new Patient and Family Advisory Council.  

Members of the council will help improve the patient experience by advising its leadership team on matters that impact the patient and family experience, and patient-centred care.

The hospital is inviting patients and/or family/caregivers, over the age of 18, who have accessed the services at GGH either as an outpatient or as inpatient within the last three years, to apply for consideration to be a volunteer member of its council.

It will meet regularly to provide input to hospital staff, management, physicians and the board on a variety of hospital activities, projects and committees. The council members will include patients, families, hospital staff and clinicians.

Those interested can find the council’s information page at or contact the hospital at 519-837-6440 ext. 2788 or email  

Applications are available on the Hospital’s web site or can be picked up at its information desk in the main lobby. All applications are due by Feb. 16.


February 9, 2018


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