MDH continuous to maintain certification of ISO 9001:2015 by passing the survey of our third party partner in quality Anglo Japanese American Registrars, (AJA) Inc. last June 2017.
Manila Doctors was the first hospital in Manila to acquire accreditation from the International Organization for Standardization and has maintained its 9001:2001 certification since 2005. MDH has been recertified as an ISO 9001:2008 institution starting 2011.
ACCREDITATION GOLD by Accreditation Canada International (ACI)
MDH’s passed the rigorous evaluation process of Accreditation Canada International in August 2014 and again in 2017.
ACI commended MDH for its commitment to improve the quality and safety of the services it offers to patients, clients, and its community. Being accredited GOLD by ACI ensures the continuation of MDH’s adherence to the principles of accreditation in upholding the standard of excellence and quality improvement in its policies, practices and programs.
INTERNATIONAL HOSPITAL FEDERATION (IHF)
Manila Doctors was recognized by the International Hospital Federation- World Hospital Congress for two consecutive years in 2016 and 2017.
MDH received recognition from the International Hospital Federation during the 41st World Hospital Congress. For 2017, its entry “Climate Impact Mitigation Actions: An Eleven Year Journey of Manila Doctors Hospital in Institutionalizing Climate Change Adaption” competed against 231 entries from 28 countries, that includes ministries of health, health authorities and public research hospitals.
The entry highlighted Manila Doctors’ strategies in reducing the hospital’s carbon footprint by engaging the internal stakeholders through a long-term and sustainable climate change mitigation actions.
United Nations Global Compact (UNGC)
Manila Doctors Hospital was the only hospital to become a reporting member of UNGC. UNGC is the world’s largest corporate citizenship and sustainability initiative with more than 12,000 participants including 8,000 businesses in 145 countries. UNGC member organizations commit to align their operations and strategies to the universally accepted principles in the areas of human rights, labor, environment and anti-corruption.