Canadian Specialist Hospital Reaccredited By JCI 3rd Time In A Row
CSH received its first accreditation by JCI in 2011 followed by a reaccreditation in 2014, and it’s 3rd one now in 2017. JCI-accredited organizations are required to be reaccredited every three years as part of ongoing performance improvement.
Dr. Yashar Ali, CEO, Canadian Specialist Hospital: “We are delighted to receive the JCI certification for getting reaccredited for the 3rd time in a row. The health care sector in UAE is expanding and there is an increase in demand for quality and efficiency. We are glad we have maintained our standards throughout the years and we aim to expand and improve our services every year. The hospital has a fully functional department dedicated to international patients and are recognized as one of the leading health tourism centers in Dubai. Such international certifications are good for the industry as it supports the patients and builds trust in the organisation.”
Healthcare institutions qualify for the accreditation after successfully completing stringent assessments on the level of compliance to evidence-based medicine, quality assurance, medical ethics and patient safety, and the reduction of medical errors.
“At Canadian Specialist Hospital, the requirements of our patients are always taken well into consideration and only the best healthcare practices are followed to cater to their needs. Safety of the patients is our top priority; hence, no compromises are made on the quality of our services. Besides providing optimum healthcare standards, we offer healthcare access to people of all communities,” said Dr.Yashar Ali.
JCI partners with hospitals, healthcare sytems and other private and public stakeholders in over 100 countries to support them in the improvement of their healthcare quality, safety and patient statisfaction. JCI promotes quality standards of care through education, advisory services and certifications. To receive the accreditation, institutions must demonstrate measures enforced to improve performance and address gaps revealed in previous assessments.