The Evercare Group hospital sets the benchmark for healthcare in Bangladesh.
Evercare Hospital Dhaka, part of the Evercare Group, the leading impact-driven healthcare group in emerging markets, is the first and only hospital in Bangladesh to be accredited by the Joint Commission International (JCI) and also to be reaccredited for the 5th time in a row.
The JCI Gold Seal of Approval is a globally recognized accreditation that reflects an organization’s commitment to best practices in quality and patient safety.
Accreditation by recognized international institutions such as JCI is crucial to drive compliance and improve quality and cost-effectiveness across the hospitals and accreditation has become a priority for healthcare organizations around the world.
Massimiliano Colella, CEO of the Evercare Group, said of the accreditation: “As one of the largest integrated healthcare networks in emerging markets, Evercare is leading the way by providing optimal healthcare delivered in accredited facilities with every hospital progressing towards quality metrics that meet international standards. I am proud that Evercare Hospital Dhaka is transforming healthcare and setting the benchmark for healthcare standards in Bangladesh.”
“As the premier healthcare provider in Bangladesh, our top priorities are Patient Safety and Quality of Care. Receiving this accreditation for the 5th time shows that we are recognized for our commitment to world-class services,” said Dr. Ratnadeep Chaskar, CEO of Evercare Hospital Dhaka. “For patients, a JCI accreditation means Evercare Hospital Dhaka ensures a safe environment that reduces risks for patients and our employees.”
Evercare Hospital Dhaka was first accredited by JCI in 2008 and, until today, is the only hospital in Bangladesh to hold this internationally recognized standard.
Susan Pos, Chief Nursing Officer and Head of Quality at the Evercare Group added: “Quality is at the core of our mission and we have implemented a robust plan in every market in which we operate to ensure continuous quality improvement.”