Accreditation

Surgery

accreditation never happens in isolation

Both the facility and the surgeon (as well as his or her team of medical professionals such as the endocrinologist) is involved in the 2-3 year training process that determines accreditation. The first step is for the surgeon to have a logbook signed off by the hospital manager with at least 75 laparoscopic surgeries. After this, the best route is to contact us to start the accreditation journey. 

 

 

Facility Requirements: 

Theatre:

Operating theatre table with higher weight capacity

Patient Lifts

Ceiling-mounted booms

Radiology:

Open MRI

CT scan, X-ray and other diagnostic equipment as well as software

Equipment with higher weight capacity

Hospital and Ward:

Larger Doorways

Redesigned patient rooms

Floor-mounted bathroom fixtures

New exam space

Patient:

Exam tables with higher weight capacity

Armless waiting room chairs

High-capacity scales

ICU and floor beds with higher weight capacity

Patient lifts

Heavy-duty wheelchairs

Large gowns

Large blood pressure cuffs