REGISTRATIONS / ACCREDITATIONS

 

Tissue Bank Accreditation, what does it mean? This ensures that the operation of the tissue bank conforms to the standards established by AATB and FDA for the retrieval, processing, storage, and distribution of all tissues.

 

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Food and Drug Association
Food and Drug Association
Registration #3000215348

Rocky Mountain Tissue Bank is currently registered with the Food and Drug Administration to process, package, store, label and distribute Human Cells, Tissues, and Cellular and Tissue based products (HCT/P's) specifically bone allograft.


 

Amercan Association of Tissue Banks

Accreditation #0008515
http://www.aatb.org

The American Association of Tissue Banks has Accredited Rocky Mountain Tissue Bank since 1996. RMTB undergoes on-site inspections of its facility and Standard Operating Procedure Manual by a team of inspectors designated by AATB's Accreditation Committee. Inpectors monitor banks for compliance with all aspects of the association's standards.


 

Orion Registrar, Inc.
Orion Registrar Inc. USA Cert. ID
# A0001984-3 & A0001985-3

Rocky Mountain Tissue Bank is one of the first United States tissue banks to obtain ISO 9001:2008 certification for distribution in the European community. This certification was achieved by demonstrating to the medical and technical authorities the safety and quality of our product. We maintain this certification with annual inspections by accrediting agencies.



Health Canada (cert # 100156) 


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