Rockville, MD (PRWEB) October 26, 2011
Rockville Medical & Disc Center, LLC, a durable home medical equipment company, has achieved the Award of Accreditation from the Healthcare Quality Association on Accreditation, based in Waterloo, Iowa. This award is achieved only when home medical equipment companies demonstrate a high level of quality practices in their business operations and patient care techniques. Rockville Medical & Disc Center, Rockville, MD earned the three-year accreditation after completing a comprehensive application that focuses on patient care, financial stability, and a commitment to quality operational practices and procedures. Accreditation by the Healthcare Quality Association on Accreditation assures Medicare and other payers that the highest levels of quality are practiced within all areas of the company.
“We sought accreditation by the Healthcare Quality Association on Accreditation to demonstrate that our company is committed to providing excellent patient care and safety in a financially solvent environment,” says Dolly Panchal, office manager of Rockville Medical & Disc Center. “This award also reinforces that our commitment to quality is ongoing.”
Founded in 2005, the Healthcare Quality Association on Accreditation seeks to continuously set standards of the highest quality on behalf of the durable medical equipment industry and business owners. Its interactive, Web-based design is specifically aimed at the durable medical equipment industry, providing a targeted approach to accreditation and quality improvement.
About Rockville Medical & Disc Center
Established in 2010, Rockville Medical & Disc Center is a physical medicine office specializing in chronic pain and disc injuries. The company utilizes cold laser therapy, infrared heat therapy, natural pain relief injections, physical rehab, cold laser therapy, spinal decompression, allergy testing, massage, reiki, physical therapy and chiropractic to improve their patients. The doctors and staff’s mission is to relieve pain with any natural method possible before a more invasive procedure is done such as medication and/or surgery.)