Patient Family Advisory Council

About PFAC

In February 2016, Lompoc Valley Medical Center created a new Patient and Family Advisory Council, a group designed to forge a strong partnership between its healthcare professionals and the community.

LVMC’s Patient and Family Advisory Council includes members of the community, hospital staff, physicians, and administration. The team’s goal is to assist LVMC to improve the health of the community it serves. Members will provide opportunities for learning, influence culture change, raise awareness and help improve patient safety and outcomes.

Our Vision

The Lompoc Valley Medical Center’s Patient and Family Advisory Council strives to work collaboratively with patients, families, staff, physicians and administrators to achieve optimal care delivery; Improving the health of the community we serve and deliver high-quality care. Through the Advisory Council, the patients and families that we serve will have a voice to help drive culture change, raise awareness, and improve patient safety and outcomes.

Become a PFAC Member

Applications are now available for community members interested in serving on the council. We want members of the community to actively participate on this advisory council for positive change, by sharing their perspectives on a range of topics and process improvements.

Those interested in applying can now download an application here or pick up a copy at LVMC Administration office during business hours Monday through Friday.

Download a PFAC Application

PFAC Members

Belinda Hammond

Belinda is a Child-Life specialist who helped establish a pediatric toy program and created a pediatric ER mural at LVMC. She is a Make-A-Wish volunteer.

Don Demming

Don is a retired Lompoc Police Department captain with more than 30 years in law enforcement. An eight-year resident of Lompoc, he serves on the advisory board of the Lompoc Valley Community Healthcare Organization.

Frank Campo

Frank is employed as a California Employment Development Department veteran’s representative for Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo counties. A U.S. Army veteran, he previously worked at the U.S. Penitentiary in Lompoc.and the community. healthcare professionals and the community.

Frank Campo

A Lompoc native, Lisa works in Lompoc with Santa Barbara County’s Education Office Child Development programs. She previously served as a volunteer with area PTAs.

Martin Kaper

A U.S. Air Force veteran, Martin is now a volunteer at LVMC with the Blue Coat program. He worked for 30 years in the home medical equipment industry.

Pat Brady

A longtime community volunteer, Pat works as the Lompoc administrator of Good Samaritan Services. She was the founding Executive Director of LVCHO and volunteers on numerous social and citizen groups.

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