Why Should Patients Look for the SRC Seal?

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Patients - Why Should You Look for the SRC Seal?

In order to become SRC-accredited, every hospital and surgeon goes through an in-depth and rigorous inspection process. Our gold seal of accreditation signifies that this provider has met proven standards and has been thoroughly examined by an independent patient safety organization. Our seal eliminates your guesswork because when you see our seal, you can expect excellence.

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