Quality and patient safety are among the most important issues in the services provided in health institutions. Joint Commission International (JCI), one of the international health accreditation bodies serving this purpose, is a non-profit, independent, international accreditation body focused on improving the quality and safety of health care services. Joint Commission International is the international division of the world’s largest accreditor, JCAHO (Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations), which accredits nearly 20,000 health institutions in the United States. Focusing on processes related to patient care quality and patient safety, JCI Accreditation standards address the hospital as a whole and build patient care rules on this fundamental idea. World 1000, Turkey also 49 medical institutions have been accredited by JCI. Turkey ranks 6th in the world with the number of accredited institutions. Şişli Kolan International Hospital has obtained the JCI accreditation certificate in June 2017 and has proved that the health services it provides comply with the most accepted and accepted authority JCI standards in the world. Şişli Kolan International Hospital employees are trained to provide the best service to our patients with the goal of continuous improvement by receiving training on many issues, especially patient safety and patient rights;
Şişli Kolan Hospital works to provide this service to its patients under the most appropriate conditions by providing international standards in many subjects such as patient safety, infection control and prevention, patient care, patient evaluation, risk management, personnel training, information management and facility security.