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Recognition of the Doctors Hospital of Manteca Women's Imaging Center as a Certified Quality Breast Center of Excellence

Jun 20, 2016

Doctors Hospital of Manteca Women's Imaging Center has recently been recognized as a Certified Quality Breast Center of Excellence in the National Quality Measures for Breast Centers ProgramTM (NQMBCTM). This distinguished honor represents a commitment by this breast center to provide the highest level of quality breast health care to patients in their community. This level of certification in the NQMBCTM Program is valid for one year.

Measuring and comparing quality performance is essential in assessing patient care and allocating resources where improvement is desired. In today's dynamic health care industry, breast centers are faced with providing quality care while simultaneously keeping costs under control. A center's staff must not only be familiar with existing standards of care, but must also be aware of new advances in technology. Doctors Hospital of Manteca Women's Imaging Center actively ensures they provide the best possible quality care to breast patients in their community.

Doctors Hospital of Manteca offers state-of-the art imaging services for women in the Women’s Imaging Center, and personalized patient care with a dedicated Nurse Navigator. The Mission of the Breast Health Program is to provide a continuum of services under one roof, and easy accessibility by patients and professionals throughout the San Joaquin Valley area. The philosophy behind this Mission is to shorten the wait time from detection of a lump, or an abnormal mammogram to a diagnosis within 5 working days, therefore alleviating undue stress and anxiety for the patient.

*Any press releases MUST contain the full name of the Center; NCBC does NOT certify hospitals.

The National Consortium of Breast Centers is proud to recognize Doctors Hospital of Manteca Women's Imaging Center as a Certified Quality Breast Center of Excellence.

The National Quality Measures for Breast CentersTM were developed by referencing the Health Care Advisory Board's Clinical Quality Dash Board for breast centers published in the fall of 2004. The National Quality Measures for Breast CentersTM reflect more than 11 years of work, which has culminated in the adoption of more than 33 National Quality IndicatorsTM.

The National Consortium of Breast Centers promotes excellence in breast health care for the general public through a network of diverse professionals dedicated to the active exchange of ideas and resources. It serves as an informational resource and provides support services to those rendering care to people with breast diseases through educational programs, newsletters, a national directory and patient forums. It encourages professionals to concentrate and specialize in activities related to breast disease and encourages the development of programs and centers that address breast disease and promote breast health. It facilitates collaborative research opportunities on issues of breast health; and developed a set of core measures to define, improve and sustain quality standards in breast health care programs and for quality performance in all types of breast health care facilities. 

For more information regarding the NQMBCTM Program, visit 


National Consortium of Breast Centers, Inc.
1017 East Winona Ave
Warsaw, IN 46580
Voice: 574-267-8058
Fax: 574-267-8268 

For more information regarding the BREAST CENTER contact:
Rosa Reyes, RN, BSN
Doctors Hospital of Manteca Breast Health Program

Voice: (209) 239-8382 



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