Licensed by the Punjab Healthcare Commission
Punjab Healthcare Commission is an autonomous regulatory body responsible for developing and enforcing Minimum Service Delivery Standards (MSDS) in order to improve the safety and quality of healthcare services. All Healthcare Establishments in Punjab are required to implement MSDS to acquire a License to deliver healthcare services.
In 2013, a team of auditors from the Punjab Healthcare Commission visited Aadil Hospital, and conducted a 3-day inspection to assess facilities and services, and gauge compliance with the Minimum Services Delivery Standards.
The results of Punjab Healthcare Commission audit confirmed that Aadil Hospital was in full compliance with the Minimum Service Delivery Standards (MSDS). As a result, Aadil Hospital was granted a License to practise.
Furthermore, the Punjab Healthcare Commission auditors praised Aadil Hospital, and its Management team, for their ongoing efforts towards providing high-quality health services, as well as for creating a positive organizational culture and work environment.