We are proud of the quality and safety awards and accreditations we have received. Through these designations we continue to ensure that our patients are receiving quality healthcare in a safe environment. Sharing these awards and accreditations with you enables us to showcase those areas in which Randolph Hospital excels.
As of June 2013, the Commission on Cancer (CoC) of the American College of Surgeons (ACoS) granted a three-year accreditation to the cancer program at Randolph Cancer Center.
The Breast Center at Randolph Hospital has been granted a three-year full accreditation designation by the National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers (NAPBC), making it one of only 17 breast centers in North Carolina with the accreditation.
NAPBC is a program administered by the American College of Surgeons. Accreditation by the NAPBC is only given to those centers that have voluntarily committed to provide the highest level of quality breast care and that undergo a rigorous evaluation process and review of their performance. During the survey process, the center must demonstrate compliance with standards established by the NAPBC for treating women who are diagnosed with the full spectrum of breast disease. The standards include proficiency in the areas of center leadership, clinical management, research, community outreach, professional education and quality improvement. A breast center that achieves NAPBC accreditation has demonstrated a firm commitment to offer its patients every significant advantage in their battle against breast disease.
Receiving care at a NAPBC-accredited center ensures that a patient will have access to:
Randolph Cancer Center has been recognized by the Quality Oncology Practice Initiative (QOPI®) Certification Program, an affiliate of the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO). The QOPI® Certification Program provides a three-year certification for outpatient hematology-oncology practices that meet the highest standards for quality cancer care. Randolph Cancer Center is one of only ten cancer centers in the state of North Carolina who’ve received this accreditation.
To become certified, practices have to submit to an evaluation of their entire practice and documentation standards. The evaluation staff and steering group members then verify that the evaluation and documents are correct and that the practices met core standards in all areas of treatment, including:
In June 2010, the Breast Center at Randolph Hospital was designated a Breast Imaging Center of Excellence by the American College of Radiology’s Commission on Quality and Safety and the Commission on Breast Imaging. The Breast Center at Randolph Hospital is one of 39 Breast Imaging Centers of Excellence in the state of North Carolina and one of 519 in the country.
The center has maintained full accreditation for all services provided in Mammography, Stereotactic Breast Biopsy, Breast Ultrasound and Ultrasound-Guided Breast Biopsy. The Breast Imaging Center of Excellence (BICOE) award is presented to breast imaging centers that fulfill accreditation guidelines provided by the American College of Radiology or an FDA-approved state accrediting body in mammography. This voluntary program recognizes facilities that meet nationally accepted standards in breast-imaging programs, modules and the Mammography Accreditation Program.
Randolph Hospital has received the Hallmarks of Healthy
Workplaces Award from the North Carolina Nursing Association (NCNA)
for creating a positive work environment for its nurses. The Hallmarks
program recognizes health-related agencies that develop strong work
environments for nurses.
Cancer Center has been awarded its second Hematology & Oncology
Practice Excellence (HOPE) Award in the last two months from Hematology & Oncology
News & Issues magazine. This award, which honors Expense Control,
signifies Randolph Cancer Center as a leader, both administratively
and clinically, among the cancer center practices of its size in the
In April 2009, Randolph Cancer Center received the Hematology & Oncology
Practice Excellence (HOPE) Award for Leadership Excellence by Hematology & Oncology
News & Issues Magazine.
2008 for providing quality respiratory care through superior provision
of service to our patients receiving respiratory care services.
By demonstrating compliance with The Joint Commission's national
standards for healthcare quality and safety, Randolph Hospital earned
The Joint Commission's (TJC) Gold Seal of Approval. The Joint Commission
is dedicated to improving the quality of the nation's healthcare through
accreditation. As an independent, not-for-profit organization, TJC
accreditation is recognized as a symbol of quality that reflects Randolph
Hospital's commitment to meeting certain performance standards. To
receive accreditation, healthcare facilities must ensure that national
safety measures are being met. Because its standards are regarded
as the most rigorous in the industry, hospitals evaluated by TJC are
committed to providing the highest level of quality care to their
For a second year in a row, Randolph Hospital
has received the Premier Supply Chain Excellence Award. This award,
introduced in 2007, honors member hospitals for achieving superior
supply expense performance.
This prestigious recognition was re-awarded in 2007 for three years to the Diabetes Self-Management Program at Randolph Hospital.
Reapproved in 2009, this three year accreditation
from The American College of Radiology (ACR) certifies that Randolph
Hospital provides quality mammography services.
In 2006 Randolph Hospital was granted a three-year accreditation
for the continued high quality patient care provided through echocardiographic
Awarded in 2005, this nationally recognized achievement
honors clinical excellence in both quality of care and operational
efficiency, differentiating its winners as industry leaders that deliver
outstanding patient care.
The Ralph E. Snyder Physician
Leadership Award given in 2005 to Dr. Scott Hill for being actively
involved in the quality improvement process at Randolph Hospital