NAPRC awards first accreditation to John Muir Health Rectal Cancer Program(Comments Off on NAPRC awards first accreditation to John Muir Health Rectal Cancer Program)
The ACS NAPRC’s first accreditation was awarded to the John Muir Health Rectal Cancer Program in California after meeting 19 standards.
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Making quality stick: Optimal Resources for Surgical Quality and Safety: Beginning your quality improvement journey
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