New Delhi: Carrying forwards its legacy of excellence, Maharishi Ayurveda has added a new feather in its crown as it has got NABH accreditation. This accreditation is appears to be the gift of 'Dhanvantari Jayanti'.
It has recently announced that Maharishi Ayuveda Hospital, Shalimar Bagh, New Delhi has become the first Ayurveda hospital in North India to attain the accreditation from the National Hospital Accreditation Board of Hospitals (NABH) for Health Care Services. With this accreditation the hospital has joined the group of select hospitals accredited by NABH in India.
Commenting on this achievement the Chairman, Maharishi Ayurveda Products Private limited (MAPPL), Shri Anand Prakash Shrivastava said, "Accreditation of Maharishi Ayurveda, New Delhi, means that systems and processes of the hospital are in perfect congruence with the best healthcare practices followed across the globe."
He said that any hospital striving to prove itself on the parameters of quality always looks towards the accreditation from NABH. "The healthcare accreditations in India has taken a pronounced tone in the backdrop of the increasing role of the healthcare insurance, rise in number of medico-legal cases and growing awakening of patients", he added.
Elaborating more Shri Anand Prakash Shrivastava said that the NABH accreditation earned by Maharishi Ayurveda Hospital recognizes that Maharishi Ayurveda Hospital health-care services can match the best in the world. Patients from 59 Countries, in addition to those from within India, will certainly rejoice for having taken their treatments in our Hospital.
He said that the Maharishi Ayurveda Hospital is step towards realizing the His Holiness Maharishi Mahseh Yogi's dream of creating a disease free society and treading the path of re-enlivening the ancient wisdom of Ayurveda in its full glory setting up the standards in every aspects of our greatest heritage, Ayurveda.
This event was organized on the occasion of 'Dhanvantari Jayanti' in Maharishi Ayuveda Hospital Shalimar Bagh premise. Delhi government minister Ramakant Goswami was the chief guest while former minister in Delhi government Mangat Ram Singhal, and noted ayurveda practitioners Vaidya Devender Triguna and Tarachand Sharma were also in attendance.
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