Fantasy is the first children's clinic in Russia has been accredited by Joint Commission International (JCI)

Why does it matter?

We are the first pediatric clinic in Russia to receive JCI accreditation! It means that Fantasy clinic complies with the highest world standards of quality of care and patient safety.

What is JCI?

Joint Commission International is the most authoritative international organization that certifies health care organizations all over the world. It is the oldest medical regulatory organization in the world — it was founded in the US in 1917. The official web-site is http://www.jointcommissioninternational.org/
JCI is recognized as a golden standard in the medical community.

The standards are very strict: only 800 health care organizations in 90 countries have managed to get accredited under the international standards of Joint Commission International. Fantasy clinic has received this certificate on November 17, 2016, and we are very proud of it!

How have we been evaluated?

Fantasy is the first children’s clinic in Russia to be accredited by JCI

The following essential aspects were evaluated in Fantasy clinic: patient safety, quality of care, minimization of clinical errors, safety inside the clinic, and others.

What does it mean for our little patients?

  • Fantasy clinic complies with the highest international medical standards. Our priorities are the interests and safety of our patients.
  • The clinics provide only evidence-based treatment.
  • Increased requirements for the safety of our little patients — identification at all stages of diagnostics and treatment, special bracelets for the children.
  • Reliable protection of the patient against medical errors — only written orders, clear surgical protocols, particular attention to the use of medications.
  • Special requirements to clinic safety — lowered risk of health care-associated infections, the clinics are equipped with ramps, stair lifts, call buttons, and other.
  • Safe anesthesia and surgical care — mandatory continuous patient monitoring during sedation (nitrous oxide) and general anesthesia, thorough assessment of the patient before general anesthesia.
  • The uninterruptible power supply has been installed — all equipment will continue working in case of a power cut. This is new for outpatient clinics!

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