Tuesday, March 15, 2011 - Broward Health Imperial Point Medical Center Named a Quality Respiratory Care Institution by the American Association for Respiratory Care

For the third consecutive year, the American Association for Respiratory Care has named Broward Health Imperial Point Medical Center a Quality Respiratory Care (QRCR) institution.

Approximately 700 hospitals out of the 5,000 hospitals in the nation have been named a Quality Respiratory Care hospital. “The QRCR recognition means first rate respiratory care,” said Robert Carroll, RRT, RPFT, Imperial Point Medical Center (IPMC). “We are really proud of this accomplishment and our patients can be assured of receiving the highest standards of respiratory care.”

In order to receive the Association’s Quality Respiratory Care Recognition (QRCR) designation, IPMC had to meet safety and quality guidelines related to the provision of respiratory care services by qualified respiratory therapists.

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