Center of Excellence in Mohs Surgery
The First SRC-Accredited Center of Excellence in Mohs Micrographic Surgery
In 2022, Cary Skin Center achieved accreditation as the first SRC Center of Excellence in Mohs Micrographic Surgery, with Dr. Robert Clark, Dr. Adam Ingraffea, and Dr. Helen Malone recognized as Surgeons of Excellence in Mohs Micrographic Surgery.
What Does SRC Accreditation Mean for Patients?
Established in 2003, Surgical Review Corporation is a nonprofit, patient safety organization that develops and administers best-in-class accreditation programs for medical professionals, surgeons, hospitals, and freestanding outpatient facilities throughout the world.
SRC is independent and objective. The requirements for achieving an SRC accreditation are rigorous and demonstrated to improve outcomes.
SRC’s Gold Seal allows patients to easily identify health care providers who are committed to delivering high-quality, safe, and effective care.
Cary Skin Center’s accreditation showcases the accomplished ability of our surgeons to provide exceptional patient care in the precise surgical technique required by Mohs Surgery as well as excellence in pathology and clinical support. Even the best can improve, which is why SRC-accredited providers are committed to creating and sustaining a culture of excellence.
Experience You Can Trust
Our providers offer patients over 50 years of combined experience in the highly complex and sophisticated surgical method of Mohs surgery. Each surgeon at Cary Skin Center is a fellowship-trained skin cancer and reconstructive surgeon specializing in Mohs Micrographic surgical techniques. Fellowship training serves to promote and advance the highest standards of patient care and expertise in Mohs Surgery.
Our surgeons are board-certified in Micrographic Dermatologic Surgery, first offered in 2021. They represent a new level of the gold standard in Mohs Micrographic Surgery.