ASHLAND, KY — King's Daughters Medical Center’s outpatient rehabilitation services recently earned three-year certification from the Kentucky Office of Inspector General, Division of Health Care Facilities and Services.
In February, state surveyors performed a surprise inspection at KDMC’s Outpatient Services Center, which provides physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy and audiology services.
“Inspectors found no deficiencies and were quite complimentary,” says John Welsheimer, Outpatient Services Center director. “Our therapists take pride in the quality of healthcare services we provide, and their hard work and dedication are reflected in this positive survey.”
The Kentucky Division of Health Care Facilities and Services is responsible for inspecting, monitoring, licensing and certifying healthcare facilities throughout the commonwealth. State inspectors conduct on-site visits to determine compliance with applicable licensing regulations and Medicare/Medicaid certification requirements.
To learn more about rehabilitation services at King’s Daughters, call (606) 327-4648 or visit Rehabilitation.
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