Countries throughout the world rely on healthcare accreditation to ensure that the healthcare services provided are safe and free from medical error.
The accreditation criteria are based on best practices in prominent medical communities across the world as documented by experts, professional associations and the results of scientific research. The specific requirements vary by the level of service provided at each type of facility.
In an effort to expedite the enhancement of healthcare in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the Central Board for Accreditation of Healthcare Institutions (CBAHI) has been established through Ministerial Resolution No. 11/144187 dated 01.09.1426AH.
The Central Board of Accreditation is a non-profit organization under the umbrella of Health Services Council and provides assessment and follow-up services forall government and private healthcare facilities with a growing team of qualified surveyors for the dissemination and application of quality and safety standards approved by the International Society for Quality in Health Care (ISQua).
Formore information about the Central Board, please browse CBAHI profile.