Posted: January 27th, 2019
Grief Support Group
The Patient and Family Advisory Council at Natchitoches Regional Medical Center is pleased to announce the formation of a Grief Support Group for those in our community who have experienced the death of a friend or family member.
The purpose of this group is to provide a safe place where people can learn about the grieving process, share their feelings and experiences, and learn ways to cope and heal.
The group’s goal is to provide spiritual, emotional, and social comfort and support for community members 18 years and older who are grieving the loss of their loved ones. Meetings are free and open to all members of the community.
The Grief Support Group meetings will begin on Thursday, December 13th and then the second Thursday of each month thereafter. The group will meet from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. at NRMC’s Legacy Room.
For more information on the Patient and Family Advisory Council or the Grief Support Group, please call Barbara Johnson at (318) 214-4391.
About the Patient and Family Advisory Council
The Patient and Family Advisory Council (PFAC) is a team of patient and family members who partner with NRMC representatives to help further enhance the quality of care and customer service at the hospital. They provide a voice that represents all patients and families of patients by sharing their healthcare experiences, participating in discussion groups, helping make educational materials easier to understand and use, working on special projects, and meeting regularly to discuss ways to improve hospital quality and safety.
About Natchitoches Regional Medical Center
Natchitoches Regional Medical Center began as a community hospital in 1955 and has grown into a 216-bed healthcare system with 750 Associates and more than 100 active and consulting physicians on its medical staff. The system is comprised of the 96-bed acute care facility, a skilled nursing home, assisted living complex, and an extensive network of clinics throughout the parish. NRMC is an affiliate of Christus Health.