For Patients and Families
The PAC is a group of current and former patients who are committed to sharing their experiences and working together to make the Children's Hospital an even better place.
What kind of projects has the PAC worked on in the past?
The PAC was a major voice in the design of the new Children's Hospital building. The PAC also helped create the hospital room-service menu patients still use today. PAC members have participated in activities ranging from creating "thank you" gifts for special donors to being in a Kelly Pickler video filmed here at the hospital.
PAC members are mostly teens with either inpatient or outpatient experiences. Some members have spent a great deal of time in the hospital and others have just had one experience.
When does the PAC meet?
The PAC meets three or four times per year. These meetings are when we get to know each other, brainstorm ways to improve the hospital, and suggest positive changes. PAC members also have opportunities to serve as ambassadors for Children's Hospital at community events such as We Care for Kids Day.
How do you join the PAC?
If you're interested in joining the PAC, please click here to fill out an interest form. Someone will contact you to discuss your interest and will help you in the application process.
Why join the PAC?
The PAC is a great way to get involved in the Children's Hospital community. It offers you a chance for your voice to be heard. No one knows what it's like to be a patient in our hospital better than you! You help guide us to better serve our patients and families.
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