“The Bury St Edmunds Chiropractic Clinic wins a national quality award”

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“The Bury St Edmunds Chiropractic Clinic wins a national quality award”

The Bury St Edmunds Chiropractic Clinic in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, has been awarded the Patient Partnership Quality Mark (PPQM) by The Royal College of Chiropractors for the second time.

The PPQM is awarded to chiropractic clinics that demonstrate excellence in meeting patient expectations in a range of areas including accessibility, cleanliness and safety and patient communication. The decision to award the PPQM is made by a panel of patients and public who form the Royal College of Chiropractor’s Lay Partnership Group.

The award was announced at a ceremony in London on 27th January by the Chair of the Royal College’s Lay Partnership Group, Mr Hew Helps.

Clinic Principal Fiona Jacobs said:

“The award of the Patient Partnership Quality Mark for the second time, recognises this clinic’s continuing commitment to helping and serving our patients when they visit us for advice and treatment. The whole of the clinic team has worked hard to ensure that everyone who visits us here in Bury is well looked after and safe, in a clean and welcoming environment.  Our aim is to continually improve our levels of service and this award encourages us that we are achieving this”

 

Fiona Jacobs and Emilie Bevan recieve the PPQM award on behalf of the Bury St Edmunds Chiropractic Clinic

Fiona Jacobs and Emilie Bevan receive the PPQM award on behalf of the Bury St Edmunds Chiropractic Clinic

 

About The Royal  College of Chiropractors

Granted a Royal Charter in 2012, The Royal College of Chiropractors or ‘RCC’ (formerly The College of Chiropractors) is an academic membership organisation with over 2800 members worldwide and the following objectives:

  • to promote the art, science and practice of chiropractic;
  • to improve and maintain standards in the practice of chiropractic for the benefit of the public;
  • to promote awareness and understanding of chiropractic amongst medical practitioners and other healthcare professionals and the public;
  • to educate and train practitioners in the art, science and practice of chiropractic;
  • to advance the study of and research in chiropractic.

 

Members and Fellows of the RCC have always embraced postgraduate training and Continuing Professional Development (CPD) in the public interest, pre-empting any statutory requirement. The College actively fosters patient and public involvement through its Lay Partnership Group. For more information, visit www.rcc-uk.org.

The Royal College of Chiropractors Press Enquiries

Dr Rob Finch, Chief Executive
Tel: 0118 946 9727
Email: rob.finch@rcc-uk.org

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