The Bellevue Community Advisory Board (CAB) is a vital link between the hospital and the communities served by Bellevue.
What is the CAB’s mission?
To forge an essential partnership with patients, hospital staff and community organizations. These partnerships will enable Bellevue hospital center to provide the best health care available for the physical, mental, and social well-being of the people it serves. The CAB holds monthly meetings that are open to the public.
Who are the CAB members?
The 35 voting members of the CAB represent the following categories:
- Consumers (majority of members)
- Community representatives
- Community planning boards
- Non-managerial employee
How are CAB members selected?
Members are selected by Bellevue’s Executive Director, the Manhattan Borough President, and the Manhattan Community Planning Boards #1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6.
How do I learn more about the CAB?
Call the Bellevue Department of Community Affairs at (212) 562-6185, or write to firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about attending meetings or joining the Bellevue Community Advisory Board.