Hospital Accreditations

  • The Saudi Central Board for Accreditation of Healthcare Institutions (CBAHI)

    The Saudi Central Board for Accreditation of Healthcare Institutions (CBAHI) is the official agency authorized to grant accreditation certificates to all governmental and private healthcare facilities operating today in Saudi Arabia. CBAHI has emerged from the Saudi Health Council as a non-profit organization. The principal function of CBAHI is to set the healthcare quality and patient safety standards against which all healthcare facilities are evaluated for evidence of compliance.

  • Joint Commission International (JCI)

    The International Joint Commission is an internationally renowned pioneer in the quality of health care and patient safety, and is a non-profit organization. The International Joint Commission with the health-care institutions and health ministries and international institutions in more than 80 countries since 1994. It adopted the Dallah Hospital on January 29, 2009, and still continues to do so.

  • International Organization for Standardization

    The International Organization for Standardization is a non-governmental organization, its headquarters is in Geneva, Switzerland, and currently spreads over 195 countries. It was established in 1947, and since then has issued several series of specifications in different areas, such as industrial, agriculture, management, medicine, and others. The Dallah Hospital has been ISO certified since 1998 and remains so till date.