Anadolu Medical Centre has registered its quality with JCI Accreditation, which is accepted as the gold standard in health services. "Gold" standard for the quality of Anadolu Medical Centre Anadolu Medical Centre was once again accredited by JCI (Joint Commission International), which is accepted as the gold standard in global healthcare services.
Anadolu Medical Centre was accredited for the 6th time by JCI (Joint Commission International), which is accepted as the gold standard in global healthcare services. JCI, which determines and measures the best practices in the field of quality and patient safety, once again deemed Anadolu Medical Centre worthy of this important accreditation.
Anadolu Medical Centre has been providing world-class healthcare services in Turkey since 2005 with the vision of being the "Centre of Health". Anadolu Medical Centre, which always prioritizes Person-Centered Care and patient safety, has once again proved its success in this field by obtaining JCI accreditation.
Anadolu Medical Centre, which first received JCI accreditation, regarded as the "gold standard" in global healthcare services, in 2007, has been accredited for the 6th time following the recertification process carried out in three-year periods with the results of field visits and examinations.
JCI audited Anadolu Medical Centre for a week with its experienced professionals on issues such as person-centered care, clinical quality, and patient safety.
What does JCI Accreditation mean to patients?
Anadolu Medical Center, which was evaluated with the criteria in 14 different sections such as "International Patient Safety Goals, Access to Service and Continuity of Service, Rights of Patients and Relatives, Quality Improvement and Patient Safety, Facility Management and Safety, Qualifications and Training of Employees" under the titles of Patient-Centered Standards and Health Institution Management Standards, has once again demonstrated its quality and reliability at the international level thanks to this accreditation.