Date posted: August 30, 2011

As you are aware, National Accreditation Board for Hospitals & Healthcare Providers (NABH), a constituent board of Quality Council of India, has been set up by the Government of India to establish and operate accreditation programme for healthcare organizations.

Presently, it is offering accreditation in the areas of Hospitals, Small Health Care Organisations Blood Banks and Transfusion Services, Primary Health Care Centres/Community Health Care Centres, Wellness Centres and Medical Imaging Services, AYUSH Hospitals.

The Accreditation Programme for AYUSH Hospitals has been developed in association with the Department of AYUSH, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. It is a voluntary programme and the Accreditation Standards provide framework for quality assurance and quality improvement for the AYUSH hospitals. The standards focus on all aspects of service delivery like patients rights and education, infection control practices, trained and experienced staff, infrastructure and environment safety.

We are pleased to share with you that NABH is organizing a 5 day workshop on the NABH assessors course for Accreditation Programme for AYUSH Hospitals in Delhi

Date- July 7-11, 2010 (Wednesday to Sunday)

Venue- at Conference hall, Morarji Desai National Institute of Yoga, 68, Ashoka Road, Delhi-110001.


3 Responses so far.

  1. sharma says:

    i am a B.H.M.S doctor…@i am intrested in AYUSH department…

  2. dr kirti rao(raju) M.D(HOM), Ex- Reader says:

    I have successfully completed ISO 9001:2008 Internal Quality Auditor Training Course and interested in working with AYUSH department.

  3. Dr Sameer Panditrao Deshmukh says:

    I am MD Hom having 3 years experience in handling OPD and IPD patient intreasted to work with AYUSH dept.

1. Comments will be moderated. Please use a genuine email ID and provide your name, to   avoid rejection.
2. Comments that are abusive, personal, incendiary or irrelevant cannot be published.
3. Please write complete sentences. Do not type comments in all capital letters, or in all   lower case letters, or using abbreviated text. (example: u cannot substitute for you, d is not   'the', n is not 'and')


Comment moderation is enabled. Your comment may take some time to appear.