Accreditations and Certifications

Radiation Oncology

Mount Carmel Radiation Oncology is proud of our numerous accreditations and certifications. These demonstrate our commitment to providing the highest quality care to our patients.

  • Mount Carmel Radiation Oncology has earned the prestigious ACR accreditation continuously for more than 14 years. This assures that patients benefit from the high-quality standards which are associated with ACR accreditation. Accreditation demonstrates to patients, referring physicians, peers, regulatory agencies and payers our commitment to quality cancer care.
  • The ROPA program provides an impartial peer review and evaluation of the patient care provided, including the assessment of the following:
    • Facility
    • Staffing
    • Equipment
    • Treatment planning
    • Treatment records
    • Patient safety policies
    • Quality control/quality assessment activities
  • The National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers (NAPBC) represents a consortium of national, professional organizations dedicated to the quality of care of patients with diseases of the breast. NAPBC provides a framework for the delivery of high-quality care for breast disease through standard setting, quality measures, clinical trial participation and professional education.
  • CoC accreditation improves the quality of care through various cancer-related programs and activities. These programs are concerned with the full continuum of cancer—from prevention to survivorship and end-of-life-care—while addressing both survival and quality of life.
    • Comprehensive, patient-centered care through a multidisciplinary team-approach
    • Access to information on clinical and new treatment options
    • Ongoing monitoring of care and lifelong patient follow-up
    • Psycho-social support and survivorship care
    • Continuous quality improvements in care
  • Mount Carmel proudly participates in research trials with NCORP, a network of institutions that conduct clinical trials and cancer care delivery research in the community, where most cancer patients receive their care.