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Local advisory council

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Partnering together, sharing our voices

Advisory councils meet every other month at many of our medical centers and clinics. Advisors may also participate in committees and various other activities. These advisors work closely with others to focus on projects that improve the patient experience at each specific location.

What to expect

Selected advisors will be contacted by a representative at a local facility to complete an application and schedule an interview. Advisors participate in monthly meetings that last about 90 minutes. Lunch or dinner is usually provided.

Frequently asked questions

Who: Anyone 18 or older is eligible to apply to join an advisory council.
What: Once you the complete the sign-up process we will reach out to talk about next steps.
Where: In-person or virtual sessions are scheduled every other month. When in-person, meetings happen at local hospitals or doctors’ offices.

Hospital Councils:
  • Brunswick Medical Center
  • Clemmons Medical Center
  • Forsyth Medical Center
  • Huntersville Medical Center
  • Kernersville Medical Center
  • Matthews Medical Center
  • Presbyterian Medical Center
  • Rowan Medical Center
  • Thomasville Medical Center
Specialty Councils:
  • Obesity
  • Mental Health
When: Council meetings take place every other month. Other activities.
Why: It’s important for us to hear the voices of our patients and their loved ones to improve the patient experience.
How: Advisors hear presentations from Novant Health departments and are asked to give their feedback.