12 years ago, the Physician-Patient Alliance for Health & Safety was established with the mission of improving patient safety and the quality of patient care. There can perhaps be no better way to celebrate this accomplishment than today’s announcement of the first facility to receive Enhanced Respiratory Care Accreditation. Congratulations, West Meade!
The Physician-Patient Alliance for Health & Safety (PPAHS) is pleased to announce that West Meade Place Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center in Nashville, Tennessee, has met or exceeded the Enhanced Respiratory Care Standards of Care.
West Meade Place Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center has provided nursing services to the Greater Nashville community since 1992. Said James Wright (Administrator, West Meade Place) about their dedication to quality of care, “At West Meade, we are committed to the care and satisfaction of the customers we serve. Receiving Enhanced Respiratory Care Accreditation demonstrates our continued commitment to ensuring that our customers receive the highest level of care.”
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