After working continuously since 2011, Denpasar’s Sanglah General Hospital has finally earned international accreditation from Joint Commission International (JCI).
JCI, established in 1994, is represented in more than 90 countries worldwide promoting rigorous standards of health care at its accredited institutions.
Sanglah’s accreditation by JCI was granted in April 2013 is based on 14 benchmarks of health care and service covering some 1,812 separate criteria.
In qualifying for JCI accreditation, Sanglah General Hospital underwent three separate operational audits undertaken in August 2012, December 2012 and finally in April 2013. Of the 1,812 separate functions reviewed during the surveys, Sanglah obtained passing marks on 97%.
With JCI accreditation Sanglah General Hospital in Bali becomes the first Balinese hospital to win certification and the second in Indonesia after Cipto Mangunkusumo Public Hospital in Jakarta.
The accreditation process requires recertification once every three years.
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