The Pulse Patient Safety Education Fund
The Pulse Patient Safety Education Fund is a program designed to support patient safety initiatives presently on Long Island affecting any of its three million residents in Nassau and Suffolk Counties. Projects should foster patients’ and families’ knowledge about patient safety and the patient and family engagement that improve treatment outcomes.
The Pulse Patient Safety Education Fund will support projects that:
- Serve people from Long Island’s Nassau and Suffolk Counties with priority for those who identify with a high risk community (high risk means any group that research shows is more prone to poor medical outcomes)
- Address a specific patient safety issue or concern
- Encourage patient and family involvement in patient safety and medical error reduction
If you think you have a project or program that may support patient safety, please contact us to share your ideas.
The Pulse Patient Safety Education Fund is a program of Pulse Center for Patient Safety Education & Advocacy
Patient: A person who is receiving medical care or is waiting to receive care or treatment due to illness or injury.
Family: The person or people the patient chooses to support them in their care.
Patient Safety: The prevention of errors and adverse effects to patients associated with health care.
Become a Donor
To make your donation to the Pulse Patient Safety Education Fund by check, make it payable to:
The Long Island Community Foundation
900 Walt Whitman Road Suite 205
Melville, NY 11747
Attn: Marie Smith, Donor Relations -
For: Pulse Patient Safety Education Fund
To donate to Pulse Center for Patient Safety Education & Advocacy by Credit Card go to: Donate by Credit Card
To have a percentage go to Pulse Center for Patient Safety Education & Advocacy, and a percentage go to the PSE Fund make your donation to Pulse and be sure to mention that you want a percentage to go to the PSE Fund in your name. Donation