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Dhanalaksmi Hospital has set its own benchmark for excellece and quality in health care for more than two decades.The hospital always try to keep itself abreast of the technological advancements the field of medical science. With its 350 beds, state-of-the-art infrastructure and highly reputed and skilled medical professionals, Dhanalakshmi hospital has been a trailblazer in the health care scenario in Malabar. In recognition of its commendable service to the humanity the hospital is all set to get the prestigious accreditation from the National Accreditation Board for Hospitals and Health Care Providers ( NABH ) which is governed by the Quality Council of India, a part of the Department of Industry and Commerce, Government of India.
NABH accreditation is a mark of excellence in health care, which provides access to reliable and certified information on facilities, infrastructure and levels of care.
This certification will motivate us to scale further heights and rededicate to our motto "Cure & Care with Dedication "
We have accredited by The Quality Council of India (QCI) is a pioneering experiment of the Government of India in setting up organizations in partnership with the Indian industry.
Since 1992 a need had been felt for the establishment of an accreditation body in the country to establish internationally acceptable mechanism for recognition of conformity assessment results. As regards laboratories, an accreditation body under the Ministry of Science & Technology was already functioning. A committee which included various interested ministries and stakeholders including industries was established to make suitable recommendations. The work was coordinated by the then Department of Industries (Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion) and the recommendations were submitted to the Cabinet in 1996. Key recommendations included the Need for establishing an organization jointly by the Government and the industry and the need for the organization to be self-sustaining and be away from the government. Accepting the recommendations, the Cabinet Committee decided to set up Quality Council of India as a non-profit autonomous society registered under Societies Registration Act XXI of 1860 to establish an accreditation structure in the country and to spread quality movement in India by undertaking a National Quality Campaign.