Pt Madan Mohan Malaviya Hospital is the first Delhi govt hospital to obtain NABH accreditation
- Health Minister directs all Delhi govt hospitals to apply for NABH accreditation
- Govt hospitals must not be left behind in quality assurance for patients
With Pt. Madan Mohan Malaviya Hospital (Malviya Nagar) obtaining the Pre-Accreditation Entry Level Certificate from the NABH (National Accreditation Board for of Hospitals & Health Care Providers), Delhi Government has initiated the process of getting all its hospitals accreditated to ensure Quality Assurance for patients.
This accreditation certificate is a public recognition of the achievement of accreditation standards by the Pt.Madan Mohan Malaviya Hospital through an independent external assessment by NABH assessors.
It certifies the high quality of care and patient safety provided at the Pt. Madan Mohan Malaviya Hospital.
Health Minister Mr Satyendar Jain has directed the department to encourage and persuade all Delhi government hospitals to obtain the NABH accreditation by achieving high quality patient care.
He said so far only major private hospitals had taken the lead in obtaining NABH accreditation and government hospitals, which cater to the health requirements of large number of people, must match the private hospitals in quality assurance for patients.
Giving details, Mr Jain said the Pt. MMM Hospital had applied for this ”Pre Accreditation Entry Level certificate from NABH” in October 2016, and was assessed by the assessors designated by NABH on 18/11/2016.
Pt MMM Hospital got the “Pre-Accreditation Entry Level Certification from NABH” on 17th January, and it will be valid for a period of two years that is from 17/01/2017 to 16/01/2019.