The certification and standards set by NABH are going to ensure that the hospital provides safe, effective, timely care for all patients who are acutely ill or injured
Medeor Hospital, Manesar, Gurugram was awarded certification from National Accreditation Board for Hospitals and Healthcare providers (NABH), a constituent Board of Quality Council of India for the Emergency Department with effect from January 11, 2020.
The mission of the Emergency Department at Medeor Hospital is to achieve superior quality integrated emergency healthcare delivery system using state-of-the-art technological advances in medicine, medical expertise and research for the community.
Key indicators of a successful Emergency Department include high-quality care, superior patient, staff and physician satisfaction scores, and excellent patient outcome in time-sensitive illness such as trauma, myocardial infection, stroke and sepsis.
The team at Medeor Hospital’s Emergency Department, Manesar strongly believes that Emergency Services is a true safety net for the community we serve, especially in times of crisis and disaster.
The certification and standards set by NABH are going to ensure that the hospital provides safe, effective and timely care for all patients who are acutely ill or injured.
On this occasion, Dr Tamorish Kole, Chairman, Medeor Institute of Emergency Medicine said “When the whole world is responding to an unprecedented outbreak of COVID-19, the importance of emergency and critical care is once again the focus area of health systems. With a robust frontline response, we can be better prepared in future.”
Dr Girdhar Gyani, Director General, Association of Healthcare Providers India, while congratulating Medeor said, “I am happy to learn that Medeor Hospital, Manesar has been certified by NABH for its Emergency Department. I compliment the leadership of Dr Tamorish Kole who is expert par excellence in emergency medicine. The certificate is all the more important in these testing times of fighting COVID-19 pandemic.”