Sr. MaryAgnes Nkatha, the Hospital C.E.O receives the Level 4 accreditation Certificate from Ms. Theresia Mumo (PharmAccess Kenya).
The St. Theresa Mission Hospital – Kiirua is now a 4 star hospital in terms of quality, safety and efficiency in healthcare delivery.
The certification issued by SafeCare is a confirmation that the hospital is committed to developing strong quality systems that are aimed at regularly monitoring the implementation of treatment guidelines and standard operating procedures through internal record reviews and clinical audits. It also indicates that most high risk processes and procedures are controlled.
The SafeCare Basic Healthcare Standards were developed and are run by PharmAccess Foundation, an organization that works to connect more people to better healthcare in Africa.
The safe care standards are designed to ensure continuous improvement in quality of care and safety given to patients. The accreditation standards cover the clinical services and management functions, infrastructural aspects and ancillary services such as the kitchen, cleaning and laundry services. This ensures a holistic view of all the components required for safe and efficient provision of health care services.
Safecare standards have been accredited by the International Society for Quality in Healthcare (ISQua), which is a leading global organization that assesses the standards of organizations that set the benchmarks in health care safety and quality.
By using these standards, our facility has been empowered to deliver quality, safe and efficient health services and facilitate ongoing quality improvement that ensures safety to our patients, staff and all other stakeholders. This is a testimony that you can trust the quality and safety of the services received at St. Theresa Mission Hospital, Kiirua