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Wesley Manor offers quality improvement program

Healthcare professionals can learn how to increase the quality of their care.
DOTHAN, AL – Quality improvement is an everyday term in the healthcare arena, and Wesley Manor continually strives to improve its care. Education is an important part in moving change forward. A program titled “Quality Improvement Update” is being brought to the healthcare community by the Southeast Area Regional Council on Aging (SARCOA), the Alabama Quality Assurance Foundation (AQAF), and Wesley Manor. Healthcare professionals can receive one (1) CEU credit for the free program being held at Wesley Manor Thursday, March 20. Registration begins at 5 p.m. with refreshments and the program will conclude at 7 p.m. Call 792-0921 for more information or to register.

Topics for the program include Care Transitions, a specialized program provided by SARCOA to assist families with transitioning from hospital care to home. Patient Safety and Pharmacy Collaborative (PSPC) is a national quality improvement initiative for the Center for Medicare/Medicaid Services (CMS). Nationally, the goal of healthcare providers is to improve quality patient outcomes.

Wesley Manor Retirement Community is participating in PSPC and has achieved national recognition. One of only nine skilled nursing facilities across the nation, Wesley Manor is the only nursing home in Alabama to achieve this recognition.

Wesley Manor celebrates life, values relationships, and embraces teamwork. Call 334-792-0921 for information about Wesley Manor’s Care Options or for a personal tour.
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