Why Should You Become a FACT Inspector?

FACT has over 200 active inspectors.
Possibly the greatest benefit of serving as an inspector is the opportunity to give back to the field of cellular therapy and regenerative medicine. Inspectors help accredited organizations provide patients the best care possible. Learn more about the benefits of becoming an inspector

Read how Inspectors are improving patient care

FACT Inspectors are encouraged to share their insights and be featured on the FACT website.  To see what inspectors are saying, read their stories

Expectations of FACT Inspectors

FACT’s aim is to send out the most qualified inspectors. All inspectors have specific educational and practical experience prerequisites to ensure they are proficient in the areas they inspect. Once determined eligible to serve as an inspector, the individual must complete the inspector training program and continue to meet certain expectations. More  

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As a Matter of FACT

FACT is approved as an accrediting organization by the United States Health Resources Services and Administration (HRSA) for the C.W. Bill Young Cord Blood Transplantation Program.

Accreditation Success Story

The University of Utah Blood and Marrow Transplant Program began at the University Hospital in Salt Lake City in 1990. The program has been FACT accredited for 10 years, and offers suggestions for large programs considering FACT accreditation. Read more