Press Release: The KP HCC started the assessment of Category-I Hospitals
The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa health care commission has officially started the assessment of Category-I Hospitals in Peshawar for the grant of license. The assessment team has inspected various areas of the health facilities, including clinical, management, nursing, pharmacy, and medical equipment.
The KP HCC license is mandatory for the Sehat Sahulat Program empanelment, which aims to provide affordable healthcare to the public. The assessment process is designed to ensure that the hospitals meet the minimum standards set by the commission, and that they have the necessary infrastructure and resources to provide quality healthcare services.
The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa health care commission is committed to improving the quality of healthcare in the province by ensuring that all healthcare facilities meet the required standards.
The commission is also responsible for monitoring and regulating healthcare services to ensure that they are accessible, affordable, and of high quality.
The assessment process is expected to be completed soon, and the commission will issue licenses to hospitals that meet the required standards. The commission urges all healthcare facilities to comply with the assessment process and to work towards improving the quality of healthcare in the province.