Meet PAFPatient Advocate Foundation is excited to share information about our organization, past and present. As evidenced by frequent praise and recognition and top rated evaluations by independent sources, we are committed to excellence throughout all divisions of Patient Advocate Foundation.
We are pleased to report on the strong performance of our team, the organization’s financial health, our inception and 16 year history, and share information on our Board and Leadership.
In addition, PAF is frequently sought out for participation in current news discussions and human-interest pieces that bring awareness of the journey that many Americans deal with today within the medical world.
Within this section you will find the following
Our History and Mission
Learn about the events that started it all and the mission that drives our services today.
PAF Leaders and Board of Directors
Without the strong leadership within our operating structure, including our board of directors, current management, and honorary and advisory positions, our organization would not be the leading force that it is today.
Annual Reports and Financial Documents
Review the documents that showcase our organizational financial health and aid donors and partners as they make intelligent giving decisions.
Annual Patient Data Analysis Report
Released every spring, this comprehensive annual guide provides in depth analysis and demographics of the patients served by the PAF team.
About PAF’s Patient Services
Information about the various divisions within our nonprofit, and how each assists patients working hard to find positive outcomes during difficult times.
Job and Volunteer Opportunities
Whether you are looking to be involved day-to-day with our organization or looking to lend your expertise, here are a number of ways in which you can help change the world.
Press Room & Media Area
Catch up on your PAF news, relevant industry news or request an interview with our team.
National Patient Advocate Foundation
Created at the same time, these organizations share an important history and ongoing relationship. Learn more about the differences between each and how both are making a difference in the lives of patients.