Mangaluru, Nov 18, 2019 : Mangala Hospital and Mangala Kidney Foundation has received a prestigious accreditation from the National Accreditation Board for Hospitals and Healthcare Providers (NABH), the highest national recognition for providing quality patient care and safety.
The NABH recognizes healthcare providers for fulfilling high standards in delivering quality healthcare to the people they serve. The certification from NABH recognizes the fact that the hospital meets strict standards of quality and safety set by the board.
The NABH is a constituent of the Quality Council of India (QCI) set up by the government as an autonomous body in 2006 to establish and operate an accreditation programme for healthcare institutions. The board is structured to cater to much desired needs of the patients and to set benchmarks for progress of health industry.
The multi-specialty healthcare facility started operations in 1988as 40 bedded nursing home has now grown to 100 bedded multi-specialty hospital and is one of the best hospitals in Mangalore supported by qualified medical faculty and quality infrastructure. Mangala Hospital & Mangala Kidney Foundation, Mangalore has already served a large number of patients from the city and outside and has won many hearts for providing patient friendly care and treatment.
"NABH accreditation is a major milestone for any healthcare provider as it recognizes the fact that our facilities and norms meet established quality and safety standards. “The fact that we have received the certification means that we have met all the standards set by NABH and is a testimony to our commitment to provide the best quality of healthcare to the people of Dakshina Kannada, covering major part of Kerala, Uttara Kannada & Udupi ," says Dr. Ganapathi. P. Managing Director, Mangala Hospital &Mangala Kidney Foundation, Mangala Eye Foundation Mangalore.