What Patients Should Know About Your SRC Accreditation

Share on Social:

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on email

SRC accreditations recognize health care providers’ commitment to patient safety and delivering excellent care. We understand the significant time and effort our designees devote to achieving their accreditation. However, patients may be unfamiliar with how they benefit from choosing an SRC-accredited provider.

Here are four things your team should communicate to patients about your SRC accreditation:

1. Designees are reviewed by an independent & objective third party.
Each accredited provider is thoroughly inspected by SRC, a nonprofit patient safety organization. Their accreditation programs identify physicians and hospitals dedicated to patient safety and quality care.

2. SRC-accredited health care providers must adhere to strict standards.
Designees are evaluated to ensure compliance with strict standards, including proper equipment, patient education, treatment pathways and consultative services.

3. Patients can trust SRC's gold seal.
The requirements for SRC accreditation programs have been proven to improve outcomes and reduce the time pateints spend in the hospital. Patients can expect excellence from SRC-accredited providers.

4. SRC accredits individual providers.
Many accreditation programs accredit only the hospital, but SRC's programs are unique because they evaluate and recognize the individual providing the care.

Give your team the tools they need to easily discuss your accreditation and its benefits for your patients. Request posters and brochures to place in your waiting and exam rooms. These materials speak directly to your patient, educating them on the benefits of choosing an SRC-accredited provider. You can also contact the CARE Team to schedule a training webinar for your staff.

Share on Social:

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on email

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Learn More About SRC Accreditation

Get Helpful Updates In Your Inbox

Recent News

February 4th is World Cancer Day

World Cancer Day is observed each year on the fourth of February. Created in 2000 and led by the Union for International Cancer Control (UICC),

Optimizing Your Digital Presence

Increase your digital footprint and gain more traction from your online audience with effective SEO. SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization. Simply put, it’s what

September 29th is World Heart Day

Break out your red in celebration of World Heart Day, September 29th! Claiming 18.6 million lives annually, heart disease and stroke is the leading cause

Recent Designee Highlights

SRC-Accredited Providers – February 6, 2023

Congratulations to this week’s designees. Hurstville Private Hospital in New South Wales, AustraliaCenter of Excellence in Colorectal Surgery since 2019 Surgeon of Excellence: -Dr. Kim-Chi

SRC-Accredited Providers – January 27, 2023

Congratulations to this week’s designees. James Thomas Bohmer, MD is an SRC-accredited Master Surgeon in Minimally Invasive Gynecology practicing at Novant Health Presbyterian Medical Center

Care Specialists

SRC’s Care Specialist accreditation recognizes elite allied health team members who excel in patient care. Bariatric Care Specialist: -Crystal Sadler, BS, LSA, SA-C, CSFA at

SRC-Accredited Providers – January 6, 2023

Congratulations to this week’s designees. Ascension All Saints Hospital in Racine, Wisconsin Center of Excellence in Robotic Surgery Surgeons of Excellence: -Andrew C. Alexander, MD