Dubai hospital lab wins JCI accreditation
Dubai, August 23, 2011
Aster – Medinova Diagnostic Center, a leading medical laboratory in the region under the Aster vertical of Dubai-based DM Healthcare group, has been awarded Joint Commission International (JCI) accreditation.
It is the first laboratory in the Middle East to receive the prestigious JCI Accreditations and having recently earned the re-accreditation with JCI, said a statement from Aster – Medinova.
With cutting edge technology for early detection, the diagnostic centre plays an increasingly important role in preventive care, it stated.
Aster – Medinova Diagnostic Centre will continue to deliver quality healthcare by strict monitoring of work flow, staff knowledge, maintenance of machines and safe environment, it added.
Commenting on the achievement, Dr Sunita Vaidya, lab director at Aster – Medinova Diagnostic Center said, “This is a remarkable accomplishment for us. Our goal is to deliver precise and accurate test results in a timely manner. Our team constantly strives towards meeting global quality standards to create a center which thrives on excellence.'
'The JCI accreditation is a reinforcement of our effort and drive towards offering quality, seamless medical solutions,' she added.
On the achievement, Dr PMM Sayed, group medical director, DM Healthcare Group, said, “This reflects as an achievement of every member of the group, while at the same time, giving us the right impetus to carry on our quest for perfection.”
Aster Diagnostic Centre benchmarks itself against international standards to become the preferred choice, he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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