Croatian Hospital Sv. Katarina awarded the prestigious “Global Healthcare Accreditation”

first_imgThis year’s jubilee “10th World Medical Tourism & Global Healthcare Congress” held in Los Angeles, organized by the Medical Travel Association, is attended by more than two thousand leading people in the medical tourism industry.During the plenary session of the Special Hospital Sv. Katarina and one of the leading American health institutions, Cleveland Clinic, have been awarded the prestigious “Global Healthcare Accreditation (GHA)”. The significance of this news is best illustrated by the fact that in addition to the Special Hospital Sv. Katarina and Cleveland Clinic are the only two other health institutions in the world to receive this accreditation. Thus, the Special Hospital Sv. Katarina became the first European hospital with this accreditation. “The accreditation with which we were awarded is proof that the hospital Sv. Katarina has a great international reputation and meets high clinical standards of excellence in providing health services. We are proud to be the bearers of Global Healthcare Accreditation because it confirms our continued commitment to providing superior service as well as systematic care for patient safety to the highest international standards.”, Said Jadranka Primorac, member of the Management Board of Sv. Catherine.Global Healthcare Accreditation (GHA) is intended for healthcare institutions that want to achieve excellence and top quality in the management of healthcare processes, and ensure the continuity of safe and effective healthcare for patients according to the requirements of the global medical tourism market. The GHA aims to enable each accredited institution to achieve top results in the provision of health services by monitoring the daily work processes.Special Hospital Sv. Katarina is a European center of excellence and a member of the prestigious family of The Leading Hospitals of The World. The hospital is a teaching base of the Faculty of Medicine, University of Split, the Faculty of Medicine, University of Osijek, the Department of Biotechnology, University of Rijeka and the Faculty of Kinesiology, University of Zagreb and Split. In 2015, the International Certification Association (ICERTIAS) declared the hospital the best private hospital in the Republic of Croatia. In evaluating the best “brands” in Croatia, the Special Hospital Sv. In 2016 and 2017, Katarina achieved the status of Superbrands in the category of medicine. In April 2017 in London, the hospital was awarded the prestigious “Best Regional Hospital Award” in recognition of excellence recognized at the European level in the quality of service.The most important thing for the development of health tourism is top, professional, world-accredited and certified special hospitals, but in order to talk about health tourism we must complete the whole story, and hospitals should be and focus on what they are, not out of necessity. needs develop the destination themselves and invest unnecessary and unnatural resources by investing in the roles of tourist boards and agencies.We have everything again, but there are tons, but no pictures.Related news:NEVENKA KOVAČ, SB MEDICO: WE HAVE A LOT OF STORIES ABOUT STRATEGIES AND POSSIBILITIES OF HEALTH TOURISM, AND TOO MUCH WORK IS IN THE FIELDPOLYCLINIC BAGATIN NAMED THE BEST INTERNATIONAL CLINIC FOR AESTHETIC SURGERYHEALTH TOURISM – AN OPPORTUNITY WE MUST NOT MISSlast_img read more

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Mutebi confident ahead of clash with Nigeria’s Rivers Utd

first_imgShare on: WhatsApp Manager Mike Mutebi giving instructions to Ivan Ntege before the latter was introduced in the CAF Confederation tie against Club Africain at Lugogo. PHOTO KCCA FC MEDIALugogo, Uganda| KCCA FC MEDIA| Kampala Capital City Authority Football Club (KCCA FC)  return to continental action today with a home duel against Nigeria’s Rivers United in Group A of the Total CAF Confederation Cup.After earning a vital victory against Club Africain about a fortnight ago, KCCA FC ensured they remained on the course to achieving their target of progressing to the quarterfinals.“We are prepared for the game, the players are set and our target is to make sure we get maximum points in tomorrow’s encounter,” team manager, Mike Hillary Mutebi told www.kccafc.co.ug.The manager however notes, it will not be a walk in the park for KCCA FC at Phillip Omondi stadium because Rivers United are an equally a good side.“From the assessment I have made about them (Rivers United), they are a very tactical side, physical like we all know about West African teams. Therefore, that calls for efficiency and make sure we minimize the mistakes in order to get the result that we want,” he asserted.Tickets for the Saturday tie at Lugogo are already on sale at Shell Petro Stations in Nakawa, Lugogo and Kampala Road together with the Philip Omondi Stadium in Lugogo. They go for Shs 10,000/= in the open stands, Shs 20,000/= in the VIP and Shs 50,000/= in the VVIP with free entrance to all students in uniforms.CLICK TO READ ALL MATCH PREVIEWSlast_img read more

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