National Patient Safety Foundation Receives Congressional Recognition

Boston, MA, Feb 29, 2016—The National Patient Safety Foundation recently received a Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition from U.S. Representative Stephen Lynch (D-MA). The honor was conferred to recognize the goals and ideals of Patient Safety Awareness Week 2016 and the United for Patient Safety campaign “as it is celebrated in health care organizations across the national and internationally.”

This is the third year in a row that Rep. Lynch has recognized Patient Safety Awareness Week. He represents the 8th Congressional District in Massachusetts.


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