P A Mohammed, managing director, Badr al Samaa Group of Hospitals, received award from Dr Sultan bin Ya’arub bin Qahtan al Busaidi, Advisor of Health Affairs, Ministry of Health, in the presence of Dr Mazen bin Jawad al Khabouri, directorate general of Private Healthcare Establishments and Nasar al Amiri, Shura Council member of Izki. The award ceremony was recently held at Holiday Inn Muscat and was attended by top officials from the Ministry of Health and officials from the private healthcare sector.

Badr al Samaa, Sohar was selected as the best polyclinic in the South Batinah region and best polyclinic in Oman. Badr al Samaa, Nizwa was selected as the best private polyclinic in the Dakhliyah region. Badr al Samaa, Sur was the best polyclinic in the South Sharqiyah region. Badr al Samaa Hospital, Ruwi and Badr al Samaa Hospital, Al Khoudh were also honoured for getting accredited by Joint Commission International (JCI) USA.

Badr al Samaa Hospital, Ruwi and Badr al Samaa Hospital, Al Khoudh were recently accredited by Joint Commission International (JCI) USA. Joint Commission International is one of the highest quality award certification bodies in the healthcare sector. It focuses on the quality of clinical and non-clinical operations and identifies measures and shares best practices in quality and patient safety. The Ministry of Health also honoured the Badr al Samaa Group from the private healthcare sector for supporting the activities of the directorate general of Private Healthcare Establishments.

“Many recognitions and accolades received earlier by Badr al Samaa from different organisations are acknowledgments to our efforts and they are a real manifestation of our achievements,” said V T Vinod, Abdul Latheef and Mohammed, directors of the Badr al Samaa group of Hospitals. Badr al Samaa is the recipient of many accolades; it is evident by the various recognitions received including the best brand in the popular choice for the 2012 survey conducted by Business Today and as Oman’s most trusted brand by Apex Press and Publishing during their survey in 2016.

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