Members of the Manatee Memorial Hospital Stroke Steering Committee
Manatee Memorial Hospital was awarded the Comprehensive Stroke Certification by Healthcare Facilities Accreditation Program (HFAP), the nation’s original independent, accreditation program. This certification confirms that the stroke specialty of Manatee Memorial Hospital is providing high quality care as determined by an independent, external process of evaluation.
“Manatee Memorial Hospital clearly demonstrates a commitment to quality and patient safety,” said Meg Gravesmill, Vice President, HFAP. “We based our decision on the findings of an extensive and thorough on-site review of their stroke program against standards for organizational operations and clinical services that drive patient safety and continuous quality improvement. Manatee Memorial Hospital has earned the distinction of HFAP certification through its performance in successfully meeting those standards.”
“We are proud to achieve this prestigious certification,” said Kevin DiLallo, CEO, Manatee Memorial Hospital. “Earning the HFAP certification is a significant achievement that recognizes our staff’s continued commitment to providing outstanding care to our patients and our community.”
About Healthcare Facilities Accreditation Program
Originally established in 1945, HFAP is the original healthcare accreditation program in the United States. HFAP holds deeming authority from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services and also is recognized by state governments and regulatory bodies, and insurers. HFAP is a nationally recognized brand of Accreditation Commission for Health Care (ACHC).
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