Sri Ramakrishna Hospital has received accreditation from the Prestigious Quality Council of India, New Delhi for certification on National Accreditation Board for Hospitals and Healthcare Providers (NABH) under NABH Standards for hospitals, 4th Edition.
Speaking of this milestone reached, Mr. R Vijayakumhar, Managing Trustee of SNR Sons Charitable Trust, which runs the Hospital said, “We have grown by leaps and bounds in the last few years and are now poised to take the quality of patient care to a different level.” “We are committed to create a culture of patient safety, efficiency and accountability towards patient care.” In our new 230 bedded green hospital coming up we plan to get JCI standards and with the support of our team we are confident of achieving this recognition in a short period of time.
The NABH accreditation process covers all aspects of Hospital Management; including fire safety, disaster handling, infection control practices, Nursing protocols, equipment maintenance, patient feedback, credential checking of the staff and doctors, employee satisfaction, Quality initiatives which ensures that the hospital quality is achieved and sustained.
The NABH certificate has bolstered the hospital’s continuing efforts to implement exacting patient safety standards. Sri Ramakrishna Hospital has been enriching lives, not only through their quality treatment, but also through their various social welfare initiatives as well including the Guinness Record for “Most people to sign up as organ donors in eight hours”