Sparta, NJ (PRWEB) December 19, 2013 -- At Specialty Surgical Center in Sparta, New Jersey, patient safety is one of the top priorities of the medical staff. With safety as an ever-evolving goal, the staff regularly participates in training to ensure that the safety culture at Specialty Surgical Center is the very best it can be for their patients.
Most accidents can be prevented, and it is with that goal in mind that the medical staff of Specialty Surgical Center will participate in a retreat with staff from the nationally acclaimed Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety at Johns Hopkins University on January 11, 2014. This kind of investment in training and education is consistent with their commitment to providing the highest level of quality of care. As the first surgery center to receive this training, Specialty Surgical Center will raise the bar of patient safety through team cooperation and communication.
The Armstrong Institute will help the Specialty Surgical Center team implement policies, procedures, and measurement tools that will be at the forefront of everything done at the surgery center. Safety is difficult to define – many people do not know they are not safe until an accident has already happened. Specialty Surgical Center aims to define what safety looks like for their patients and create a program that will only bring more compassionate and quality care to the residents of Sparta, New Jersey.
This training is part of the ongoing and constant improvements for Specialty Surgical Center. In addition to their dedication to patient safety, the medical staff is committed to the education of their patients, helping them understand that they have choices when it comes to healthcare. Specialty Surgical Center continues to be the best choice for patients when value, quality, and safety are considered.
Specialty Surgical Center in Sparta, New Jersey is committed to the very best experience possible. Combining quality healthcare with transparency of price, Specialty Surgical Center aims to educate patients of their power of choice in healthcare. Visit http://www.SpecialtySurgeryCenter.org or call or call 973-940-3166 for more information.
Rachel Meyer, medmarketing.co, 623-201-1700, [email protected]