JCI accreditation stands for quality in healthcare and proves a visible commitment by an organization to improve the quality of patient care, to ensure a safe environment and to continuously work to reduce risks to patients and staff.
Striving to offer quality healthcare services and working in accordance to the standards of the United States-oriented accreditation institution ''Joint Commission International,'' all clinics where our patients receive treatment have been accepted into the membership of the European Foundation for Quality Management (EFQM) and Kalder (Turkish Society for Quality). Additionally an ISO 9001 certificate has been awarded to the clinics' Laboratory and Central Sterilization Units.
Additionally all our partner clinics are affiliated with 'Harvard Medical International' institution that enables sharing of knowledge expertise and technology as well as enhanced education and training of professional staff, resulting into patients receiving same treatment protocols and standards.
The Joint Commission International is the most powerful non-governmental body performing worldwide regulation and assessing hospital facilities. Obtaining a JCI accreditation is a rigorous process repeated every three years, that demands the highest dedication and commitment by both administrative and clinical personnel.