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Rainbow Children’s Hospital attains coveted JCI accreditation

The Gold Seal of Quality Approval’ has been received from Joint Commission International (JCI)

Rainbow Children’s Hospital and BirthRight by Rainbow Hospitals,  announced its receipt of the esteemed ‘Gold Seal of Quality Approval’ from the Joint Commission International (JCI), for its hospital in Marathahalli, Bengaluru. 

“Reaching this significant milestone at Rainbow Children’s Hospital is evidence of our continuous dedication to providing exceptional healthcare. It showcases our team’s cohesion, combined strength, and commitment, as well as the sensitive care that our healthcare experts. We remain committed to upholding the greatest standards of safety and quality, guaranteeing that every one of our patients receives world-class medical care,” Dr Ramesh Kancharla, CMD, Rainbow Children’s Hospital. 

In response to this notable accomplishment, Nithyanand P, Vice President & Regional Business Head, Rainbow Children’s Hospital, Bengaluru expressed, “Our longstanding commitment to delivering top-notch clinical expertise has led to this significant milestone for every member of the Hospital. This achievement highlights our unity, collective efforts, and unyielding dedication,alongside the compassionate care provided by our doctors, nurses and staff, all working towards a common aim. We are resolute in our pledge to provide exceptional healthcare services to our patients, maintaining the international standards of quality and safety.” 

“Our goal is to provide outstanding pediatric care, and as a team, we have worked tirelessly to go above and beyond expectations from the beginning. Together, our vast knowledge, observance of best practices, emphasis on safety, use of highly skilled medical and paramedic personnel, and evidence-based treatment protocols have allowed us to accomplish this. Our commitment to patient care is validated by the latest JCI accreditation, which also underlines our complete approach. A significant commitment to clinical quality and patient safety is required for JCI accreditation, therefore achieving it is not an easy task. For our hospital, this accreditation is a critical turning point in our ongoing pursuit of continuous quality improvement,” Dr Rakshay Shetty, Senior Consultant in Pediatric Intensive Care and General Pediatrics, Rainbow Children’s Hospital, Marathahalli, Bengaluru.

“Various audits are done periodically to monitor the standard operating procedures in various departments like nursing, pharmacy, facility, biomedical engineering, laboratory, radiology, medical records etc. to establish the JCI quality standards. Facility rounds are done by the operations and quality team frequently in the clinical and non-clinical areas to constantly ensure that the quality and patient safety standards are uncompromised in the hospital. We are confident to achieve international standards of care that are at par with any of the leading hospitals from a developed country,” Dr Samarpita Dutta Choudhury, Cluster Head Medical Director, Rainbow Children’s Medicare, Bangalore. 

 

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