Primary Health Centre Accreditation Programme

Primary Health Center Accreditation:Stronger primary health care is essential to strengthen systems at community and peripheral health facility level and realize the dream of universal health coverage. With this in mind, NABH has developed relevant and accessible quality assurance standards for Primary Health Care Centers.

The standards are developed in natural alignment to the Hospital Standards, but with a community focus

Outline of sections:
a) IPHS standards b) Process standards c) Governance standards d) Outcome standards
Benefits of Accreditation
a) Improved level of community confidence and trust
b) Safety and quality into focus
c) Roadmap for standardization
d) Patient centered culture
e) Systems oriented approach
f) Improved patient satisfaction levels
g) Improved health outcomes
h) External recognition
i) Enhanced reputation
Who can apply?
All the Primary Health Care Centres irrespective of their size, role and complexity.
How to apply for accreditation?
All aspiring PHCs desirous to achieve accreditation can apply online by registering on the NABH website

To view the complete fee structure please visit important links on NABH website followed by fee structure under quick links. phcimg2 Are there any trainings conducted for the programme? NABH conducts various training and awareness programmes round the year on a regular basis. It is advisable to refer Education and Training Page on NABH website. How to procure a copy of the standards? The standard is freely available and can be downloaded online from the NABH website

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