For the third time, Vithas Xanit International Hospital has obtained the accreditation granted by Joint Commission International (JCI), the most stringent accreditation in the healthcare sector. Vithas Xanit was accredited for the first time in 2014, then it was awarded its second accreditation in 2017, and this year it has been re-accredited for the third time by this organisation, which is the most prestigious accrediting body worldwide.
“We are proud to have been accredited for the third time by Joint Commission International, which, at present, is the most experienced organisation in healthcare accreditation around the world. Having passed this audit proves our commitment to patients, in order to provide safer and more effective care,” explained Mr Jose Antonio Rodenas, Managing Director of Vithas Xanit International Hospital, who praises the great job carried out by the professionals of this hospital facility.
In addition, Ms Mercedes Mengibar, Regional Managing Director of Andalusia in Vithas, pointed out that “at Vithas, we are committed to a quality healthcare system accredited by JCI, for this reason, we all work with its indicators, and it is part of our roadmap to accredit all our group’s facilities”. She also added that “our group already has three hospitals exhibiting the JCI seal: Vithas Madrid Arturo Soria and two more hospitals in Andalusia: Vithas Granada and Vithas Xanit International”.
Vithas Xanit Gibraltar: A Reference Medical Facility
Vithas Xanit Gibraltar offers a great number of specialities and brings patients closer to the services offered at Vithas Xanit International Hospital, a facility with extensive experience in catering for patients in Gibraltar.
Some of the specialities offered at Vithas Xanit Gibraltar are Family Medicine, Ophthalmology, Cardiology, Pulmonology, Traumatology, Urology, and Paediatrics. The facility is distributed over two floors and has five multi-purpose consulting rooms, as well as a nursing consultation, a blood-sampling room with a laboratory area and a radiology room using the most-advanced direct digital radiography technology.