…and SPG hospital worked very diligently to give SRC statistics from all my Robotic cases done there . SPG is now one of a handful of hospitals in the world to have the credentials to get this certification and designation . SPG is also the only Robotic gynecology Epicenter in Florida. Congratulations!”
– Robotics Surgeon, Florida
…hard but with amazing support, really improve your own clinical pathways and process for quality and safety for your patients. And also provide tools to really follow up and be part of the big data about bariatric surgery. Totally recommended.”
-Bariatric Surgeon, Mexico
…and meet Dr Hutcher. It is our commitment to strengthen the Hernia surgery program and improve patient care. We were very happy to have Dr. Hutcher and listen to all the suggestions and experience for the program.
-Master Surgeon in Hernia Surgery, Texas
…and wanted us to succeed. The information they provided was step by step and Vickie and Colleen were there for us if we had any question. Questions were always answered in a timely manner. Everyone was very personable and Dr. Hutcher, the site inspector, was extremely thorough and offered some great tips to further our success.”
-Clinical Coordinator, Ohio
…It was a great experience and we feel the inspection validated what we do well, pointed out where we can improve and has enhanced our ability to provide better and more consistent care for our patients.”
-Master Surgeon in Minimally Invasive Gynecology, Connecticut
…2017 was year of review. Great experience, strengthened our program. Site inspector very professional, caring, and helped us improve with valued and appreciated feedback.
…Teresa was very collaborative in her meetings with the team. She had recommendations that could lead to improvement, especially in the area of promotion of the program to our community. She also took the time to meet with a physician who has a high volume but hesitant to join COEMIG; explained the benefits etc.”
-Chief Nursing Officer, Illinois
…identify issues that will help with patient safety and improve our program. A lot of meaningful communication has occurred within our facility and the clinical pathway has help other departments understand what takes place before they receive the patient. This pathway is a very useful tool ! Thank you again for your help!!!”
…accreditation granted by SRC is a confirmation of the commitment from our multidisciplinary team in the treatment of obesity and a reflection of the quality of the services provided during our 16 years of work in the specialty (started in 2000). Our history has always been guided by our ethical commitment to quality of patient care, always seeking technical and scientific improvement with the vision of becoming a reference center in the treatment of obesity. This recognition was obtained in 2012 with the Center of Excellence in Metabolic & Bariatric Surgery accreditation and was renewed in 2015 through rigorous inspections of our facility. This most recent inspection evaluated the technical capacity of our professionals, the quality of the services provided, the results obtained and the physical structure of the hospital and practice. This certification is very much an honor for us and reinforces our commitment to always seek improvements associated with qualified assistance, teaching and research. This reflects the mission of the Center for Obesity and Metabolic Syndrome of PUCRS to maintain the highest quality standards.”
-Dr. Rafael Ramos, Brazil
… in July of 2012. What does this certification mean for us? I will tell you in one word: REVOLUTION.
Since receiving the Center of Excellence status, our annual number of surgeries has doubled, the incidence of serious surgical complications has decreased by a factor of three to four times and patient follow up attendance improved significantly, among several other positive developments. The constant improvement of our service processes and the focused commitment among our professional staff has enhanced our delivery of medical care and improved our patient outcomes.
Patients are not the only benefactors from SRC’s programs, as our professionals have grown personally and professionally, the Hospital has become a better institution and our team has strengthened, working together more cooperatively and fluently. The bariatric COEMBS initiative is our pilot program for healthcare quality in our hospital, becoming an innovative way for other specialties to improve services and care. This is more than an evolution for us, but rather a revolution! We are delighted to promote and participate in programs delivering such success!”
-Bariatrics Surgeon, Brazil