Abu Dhabi: Amana Healthcare, a prominent provider of long-term care, inpatient rehabilitation, and home care services in the Middle East and a partner of Mubadala Health, has been granted a three-year accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). The accreditation specifically recognises the excellence of Amana Healthcare’s Long-Term Care Community and its Inpatient Rehabilitation Programs at the Long-Term Acute Care Hospital (Paediatric Specialty Program) located in the Long-Term Care Facility for Women and Children in Al Ain.
The Long-Term Care Facility for Women and Children, a specialized hospital offering tailored rehabilitation and care programs led by Western-trained specialists, successfully underwent a rigorous evaluation by a team of external surveyors. The facility demonstrated its unwavering commitment to providing measurable, accountable, and high-quality programs and services.
“We are delighted that our quality of care sets us apart and particularly delighted that no further recommendations for improvement were made in the accreditation report, a very rare accomplishment,” Mr. Gray added.
The accreditation report identified no recommendations. This accomplishment is achieved by only three percent of CARF recipients. The facility achieved 100 percent across all benchmarking categories as per the benchmark comparison group internationally for all CARF-accredited organisations. It is now the only long-term care hospital in the Gulf region to hold the CARF Pediatric Specialty Programme accreditation.
Mr. Brian J. Boon, President and CEO of CARF, remarked that “this achievement is an indication of the organisation’s dedication and commitment to improving the quality of the lives of the people served. Services, personnel, and documentation clearly indicate an established pattern of conformance to standards.”