Hospital awarded international quality accreditation
The region’s leading medical services provider, Aster Hospitals in the UAE, has been awarded with international quality accreditation by the Joint Commission International(JCI).
JCI is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to continuously improving, providing and sustaining safety and good quality medical services.
Highlighting Aster Hospital’s commitment towards providing world-class treatment, the accreditation places Aster Hospital as one of the very few international hospitals in the Middle East to achieve this prestigious recognition after only one year of operation.
Commenting on the acknowledgement, Alisha Moopen, Executive Director and CEO at Aster Hospitals and Clinics said, “Being a part of the Joint Commission International community enables us to sustain and continuously provide our patients with world-class healthcare services.”
With a surge in population over the years, UAE has seen a significant demand in advanced healthcare facilities. The Government of Dubai is actively promoting medical tourism in Dubai, and having the Joint Commission International community collaborate with Aster Hospitals, we seek to reinforce this vision. We continue to maintain our position as one of the leading hospitals within the region and globally. Going forward, we seek to grow our network and widen our reach with passion and dedication.”
With over 27 years in the healthcare industry, Aster has developed a multi specialty hospital providing the highest level of professional expertise with a patient-centric approach in medical care. Among other departments, Aster Hospital in Dubai highlights its outstanding achievement with its neonatal intensive care units (NICU) where they successfully rolled out medical insurance for pre mature babies and took care of over 70 babies since 2015. In addition, Aster Hospital is known for its highly qualified Orthopedics team who handle a range of subspecialties including spine surgery, joint replacement, tumor surgery, sports medicine and hand surgery.
The Joint Commission International strives to achieve and promote rigorous standards of healthcare services in more than 100 countries by establishing partnerships with hospitals, clinics, and academic medical centres; health systems and agencies; government ministries; academia; and international advocates.
With a Global Seal of Approval by the Joint Commission International, Aster Hospital will continue raising the bar, in terms of providing the highest quality of medical services under the umbrella of global healthcare.