TMR International Hospital raises health standards with ISO certification

TMR International Hospital raises health standards with ISO certification
Dr. Talemwa Daniel, Executive Director of TMR International

TMR International Hospital has been awarded the prestigious ISO certification by the Management Systems Evaluation and Certification Body (MSECB), setting new benchmarks for healthcare institutions worldwide.

The hospital has achieved three ISO standards, which include ISO 9001:2015 for Quality Management System (QMS), focusing on patient satisfaction, clinical excellence, and efficient hospital management.

It has also attained ISO 14001:2015 for Environmental Management Systems (EMS), emphasizing sustainable practices, waste reduction, responsible resource usage, energy consumption, procurement practices, and facility management.

Additionally, the hospital has obtained ISO 45001:2018 for Occupational Health and Safety (OHS), ensuring a safe and healthy working environment through hazard identification, risk assessment, emergency response planning, staff training in health and safety protocols, and monitoring workplace health and safety performance.

This ISO certification, granted by MSECB, attests to TMR International Hospital's dedication to rigorous quality management standards. It confirms that the hospital's processes, protocols, and systems meet international benchmarks, ensuring consistent delivery of superior healthcare services.

"We are thrilled to announce that TMR International Hospital has achieved ISO certification," said Dr. Talemwa Daniel, Executive Director of TMR International Hospital. "This achievement reflects our unwavering dedication to providing exceptional healthcare services while upholding the highest standards of quality and safety."

Obtaining ISO certification involves a comprehensive evaluation of various aspects of hospital operations, including patient care, safety protocols, infection control measures, staff training, and facility management. TMR International Hospital underwent extensive audits and assessments to demonstrate compliance with ISO's stringent criteria.

"We have always prioritized patient safety and satisfaction above all else. This certification reaffirms our commitment to continuous improvement and excellence in healthcare delivery. Our patients deserve nothing but the best, and this certification is a testament to our ongoing efforts to enhance the quality and efficiency of our services," added Dr. Daniel.

The ISO certification not only validates TMR International Hospital's commitment to quality but also instils confidence among patients, healthcare professionals, and stakeholders. It serves as a mark of distinction, highlighting the hospital's ability to consistently meet and exceed international standards.

By achieving ISO certification, TMR International Hospital establishes a new standard for healthcare institutions across the country, inspiring others to strive for excellence in patient care, safety, and service quality. This accomplishment represents a significant milestone in the hospital's journey towards becoming a globally recognized centre of medical excellence.

As TMR International Hospital continues its mission to provide compassionate, cutting-edge healthcare, the ISO certification serves as a beacon of assurance, reinforcing its commitment to delivering world-class healthcare services to communities far and wide.

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