Dubai, UAE: The Medical City (TMC), the largest healthcare network in the Philippines with international presence in the US territory of Guam and the Middle East and on-going projects in Southeast Asia, has won the fourth Global Benchmarking Award.
The Global Benchmarking Award is an international recognition bestowed upon those who have successfully promoted industry best practices that lead to superior performance. Other organisations including UAE’s Al Jazeera Catering International, Singapore’s Global Indian International School, and India’s Yes Bank competed in the award, which forms an integral part of the ninth edition of the International Benchmarking Conference, held in Dubai.
The award was designed by Benchmarking Partnerships (Australia), BestPrax Club (India), and COER (New Zealand) on behalf of the Global Benchmarking Network. Previous winners include New Zealand’s Watson Real Estate Limited in 2012; UAE’s Knowledge and Human Development Authority in 2013; and Singapore’s OCBC Bank in 2014.
The eight-minute award-winning presentation was given by Teresa Bagaman, Head of Network Quality Management at TMC, titled “The Medical City Story: Touching & Saving a Million Lives through Best Practices Benchmarking” and adjudged by a jury.
“It is our great pleasure to receive this prestigious award,” Bagaman said. “In line with our goal to ensure that each person who comes to TMC is assured of receiving healthcare services that are at par with the best hospitals in the world, we consistently and continuously submit the hospital to the rigorous review and accreditation process of bodies that set global benchmarks such as the Joint Commission International (JCI).”
© Khaleej TimesDec 2015