Cherokee Women’s Health Services is Awarded AlUM Ultrasound Practice Accreditation
The Ultrasound Practice Accreditation Council of the American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine is pleased to announce that Cherokee Women’s Health Services has been awarded ultrasound practice accreditation.
Cherokee Women’s achieved this recognition by meeting rigorous voluntary guidelines set by the diagnostic ultrasound profession. All facets of the practice were assessed, including the training and qualifications of physicians and sonographers; ultrasound equipment maintenance; documentation; storage, and record-keeping practices; policies and procedures to protect patients and staff; quality assurance methods; and the thoroughness, technical quality and interpretation of the sonograms the practice performs.
Dr. Michael Litrel FACOG, FPMRS of Cherokee Women’s Health said “our guiding mission is to maintain the best standards in health care to help our patients achieve the best possible outcomes. Meeting AIUM standards may seem like a ‘nice-to-have’ feature, but for our practice, it is a must have. Our patients deserve the very best from us whenever they step through our doors.”
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