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NABH is the abbreviation for National Accreditation Board for Hospitals & Healthcare Providers.
It is a body which operates accreditation and allied programs on patient safety and healthcare quality. The standards, evaluation and certifications are based upon national/international norms, through a process of self and external evaluations.
NABH is an institutional member of the International Society for Quality in Health Care (ISQUA). ISQUA is an international apex body which grants approval to Accreditation Bodies in the area of healthcare as mark of equivalence of accreditation program of member countries. As NABH standards have been approved by ISQUA, NABH accreditation of India is equivalent to some of the world’s leading hospital accreditations like JCI, Japan Council for Quality Healthcare (JCQC), National Safety and Quality Health Service (NSQHS) developed by the Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care (ACSQHC) etc.
NABH accreditation applies to Hospitals, Ayurveda centres, Wellness centres, blood banks, dental facilities etc. A large majority of healthcare providers featured in this website have obtained the coveted NABH / JCI accreditations.
So far hospital standards of only 11 countries viz., Australia , Canada , Egypt , Hong Kong , Ireland , Japan , Jordan , Kyrgyz Republic , South Africa , Taiwan , United Kingdom were accredited by ISQua. India becomes the 12th country to join in this group.
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A complex bone grafting procedure done at Fortis Hospitals gives new lease
of life to young Yemeni patient, who could not walk because of a bullet injury
Lonija Krastina, 22 year old young lady, from Latvia of North Europe was
admitted at Pattarumadom Clinic & Ayurveda Nursing Home at Cochin in India in 2013.
Born as a blue baby, Hussain Kadam suffered from transposition of the great
artery (TGA) and a ventricular septal defect, commonly known as a hole in the heart.
The patient was a 16 year old teenage girl from Burundi, Africa. She had a
condition wherein she wasn’t able to eat for over 10 years due to fused bilateral mandibular (jaw)
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