ISO CERTIFICATION

1st GRADE OF THE HIGH MEDICAL STANDARDS IN THE CLINICS

ISO Certification is the provision by an independent body of a written assurance (a certificate) that the medical service meets high requirements. One of the main pillars ensuring the medical centre´s stability is the patients´ safety and high quality of the services they provide. Through monitoring, controlling and improving the medical standards the management track dozens of parameters to assess the quality level of hospital procedures and their safety. Experienced auditors spent many days going through the hospital in almost every department in the medical institution in order to verify whether they were in compliance with the certification standards in practice.
The ISO certification is provided by the Czech Association for Quality Certification.

CZECH ACCREDITATION

2nd GRADE OF THE HIGH MEDICAL STANDARDS IN THE CLINICS

Most of the clinics and hospitals in the Czech Republic receive the Czech Accreditation.  The accreditation is the formal recognition by the independent Czech Accreditation Commission (only in Czech).
The recognition proves that the entity with the Accreditation is capable to operate pursuant to the high quality Czech medical standards. An accredited hospital is able to guarantee its patients a safe and high quality care throughout the continuous tracking, analysis and improvement of quality markers in all areas of the hospital's operations.

INTERNATIONAL ACCREDITATION

3rd GRADE OF THE HIGH MEDICAL STANDARDS IN THE CLINICS

Many medical institutions in the Czech Republic apply for some of the prestigious international certification and awards, e.g. accreditation of JCI (Joint Commission International).
Each accredited hospital is able to guarantee its patients a safe and high quality care, improved efficiency and cost savings, higher level of customer service, and thus satisfaction, and heightened staff morals and motivation. By holding a recognized management standard the clinic tells its patients that it is serious about their needs.
The accreditation is awarded for a period of three years upon which the health care facility has to reapply for it and to provide the proof of improvements in the procedures and effectiveness which the facility has achieved over those three past years.

Top education and years of experience of the Czech specialists and the auxiliary medical personnel

The Czech doctors attend university for a minimum of 6 years. The study is demanding and great attention is paid to practical training. Neverthless, the doctors can neither open their medical office nor perform surgery themselves right upon the graduation. After 2 years of practical work supervised by attested specialists, the doctors pass their first attestation: after additional 5 years a second attestation. To become a medical specialist other attestations are needed.

The Czech medical manpower is valued abroad; they are demanded by the best European medical centres, mainly in Great Britain, Germany, Austria, Ireland, in the Scandinavian countries and France. Our doctors, medical specialists and also nurses are undoubtedly real experts (in addition to their good foreign language knowledge). The Czech medical staff are surely able to succeed in the labour market in the most developed countries around the world.

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