Creating global networks of surgeons and facilities dedicated to high-quality patient care.
Founded in 2003, Surgical Review Corporation (SRC) is an independent healthcare quality organization and the world’s leading administrator of Center of Excellence and Surgeon of Excellence programs for surgical specialties. The organization’s programs are focused on improving the safety, efficacy and efficiency of patient care.
The programs that SRC manages are either administered on behalf of professional societies or endorsed by a specialty’s medical association. SRC’s oversight ensures that the programs are free of bias and participant confidentiality is protected.
Bariatric and Metabolic Surgery
SRC administers four Center of Excellence programs and two Surgeon of Excellence programs for the bariatric and metabolic surgery specialty. Four of these are country-specific programs that are managed on behalf of professional societies in Brazil, India and Mexico. The global Center of Excellence in Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery (COEMBS) and Surgeon of Excellence in Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery (SOEMBS) programs were created by SRC to evaluate surgeons and hospitals located outside of these countries. Learn More | Register Now
Hernia Surgery and Abdominal Wall Reconstruction
SRC independently manages and administers the Center of Excellence in Hernia Surgery (COEHS) program. Endorsed by the Asian Pacific Hernia Society (APHS), the COEHS designation provides a recognition of surgical quality and a platform to determine, define and support hernia surgeons and hospitals committed to better patient outcomes, improving the quality of care and advancing the surgical specialty. Learn More | Register Now
Minimally Invasive Gynecology
SRC developed BOLD, a longitudinal outcomes database, to help ensure ongoing compliance with the Center and Surgeon of Excellence programs it administers and develop general knowledge about optimal practices in surgical care. In 2007, the organization’s first clinical database was created for the bariatric surgery specialty. Today, the BOLD bariatric database is the world’s largest and most comprehensive repository of clinical bariatric surgery patient information, with data from more than 500,000 patients. Learn More