Maintaining Quality Standards
Accreditation is a voluntary process that healthcare organizations use to evaluate and better the quality of their services to their customers, their employees and their community.
Accreditation also provides recognition that an organization's services are meeting national standards of quality in client services, environment and safety, human resources, information management and leadership and partnership. Accredited health services organizations value the continuous quality improvement ideals on which accreditation is based.
Medigas, in Ontario, was first accredited in 1994 through the Canadian Council on Health Services Accreditation, now known as Accreditation Canada. Since 2001, Medigas has maintained national accreditation. We celebrate this accomplishment as it represents our ongoing commitment to the provision of safe and quality homecare services.