Newburgh, Indiana – Women’s Health Care, P.C., in Newburgh was recently awarded Ultrasound Practice Accreditation in the areas of Obstetrics and Gynecology by the Ultrasound Practice Council of the American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine (AIUM).
The AIUM announced that Women’s Health Care, P.C.. (WHCPC) earned this recognition by meeting rigorous voluntary guidelines set by the diagnostic ultrasound profession.
During the accreditation process, all facets of WHCPC’s practice were assessed, including the training and qualifications of physicians and sonographers; ultrasound equipment maintenance; documentation; storage and record-keeping practices; policies and procedures to protect patients and staff; quality assurance methods; and thoroughness, technical quality and interpretation of sonograms the practice performs.
About Women’s Health Care, P.C..
Women’s Health Care, P.C. is comprised of a team of eighteen physicians who specialize in obstetrics and gynecology and offer a full range of maternal and gynecologic care. The Women’s Health Care partnership was formed in 1996 through the merger of three leading OB/GYN practices in the Tri-State area. The physicians and healthcare professionals of Women’s Health Care, P.C., are leaders in providing the latest and best medical care for women through every stage of their lives and for every health concern. WHCPC was the first healthcare practice in the Tri-State dedicated exclusively to the health of women. For more information on WHCPC, please visit www.whcpc.com
About the AIUM
The American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine is a multidisciplinary medical association of more than 9,200 physicians, sonographers, and scientists dedicated to advancing the safe and effective use of ultrasound in medicine through professional and public education, research, development of guidelines, and accreditation. Participation in the AIUM’s Ultrasound Practice Accreditation program is available to practices in the following areas of ultrasound: abdominal/general, breast, complete obstetric or focused obstetric, dedicated musculoskeletal, fetal echocardiography, gynecologic, dedicated thyroid/parathyroid, and urologic. For more information, visit www.aium.org