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Awards & Accreditation


Kohinoor Hospital has earned Laurels in Awards and recognition for being Asia’s only LEED Platinum Certified Hospital with NABH accreditation.

About the LEED Platinum and NABH Accreditation

LEED Certified Kohinoor Hospital

Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) is a Green Building Rating System, developed by the US Green Building Council. Kohinoor Hospital is Asia’s first LEED Platinum Certified hospital and the world’s second LEED Platinum Certified hospital. LEED aims to recognise environmental leadership in the realty industry.

Ratings are classified into four categories: LEED Certified, Silver, Gold and Platinum, with Platinum being the highest rating. For a Platinum rating, one has to achieve 52-69 points;

Kohinoor Hospital has been awarded 54 credit points, making it the only LEED Certified platinum rated hospital in Mumbai, India.

Kohinoor Group understands the impact of a harmonious environment on health; and the hospital has attempted to create such a atmosphere by adhering to the guidelines specified by IGBC for green building.

At Kohinoor Hospital, of all the materials used, more than 40% is recycled material. The foundation of the overhead tank was built reusing scrap material. Salvaged wood was reused for making frames which helped to conserve trees.

The hospital is built with an emphasis on getting natural lights in all the patient areas, which reduces the consumption of electricity. The large windows and open sky light keep the area cool and ventilated along with incoming natural light.

The hospital also has initiatives for water recycling and conservation where the water efficiency mechanism is implemented and conserves more than 40% of water. In this system the waste water from various zones of the hospital is treated using disinfectants at the Sewage Treatment Plant. The water is then reused for flushing, cooling air conditioning towers, DG sets and for horticulture. Besides these we also have dual flushes and urinal sensors in place to control water flow.

The hospital has installed state-of-the-art Demand Control Ventilation and Variable Air Volume systems to keep indoor air quality in check. The Demand Control Ventilation system uses sensors to monitor the quality of air and keep it fresh. VAVs have high-end sensors to provide the right quantity of cool air required for specific building zones.To prevent an Urban Heat Island Effect, where a particular area becomes hotter than its surroundings, solar energy pavers and panels have been used.

The hospital has also installed advanced internal and external electrical systems to automatically adjust the lighting levels needed during the day and at night. We are the only hospital who uses Earth Leakage Circuit Breakers as a measure against electrocution. The Uninterrupted Power Supply system is a life saver as it tackles power outages by ensuring continued power supply.

In case of emergencies, the hospital is well prepared with public address system, fire hydrant system, fire alarm system along with smoke detectors, heat detectors and sprinklers. There is also a emergency lighting for all exit signs and on escape routes.

Going green complements holistic healing; an approach Kohinoor Hospital strongly favours, making us the best quality hospital in Asia. At Kohinoor hospital we believe in doing small things that make a big difference, continuously creating new benchmarks in healthcare.

NABH Accreditation

In the recent times demand for quality in healthcare services has risen due to various market forces such as medical tourism, insurance, corporate growth and competition.

As a result of these the expectations of the consumer for best in quality has also risen, which has indeed lead to the introduction of national and international accreditation bodies to act as a quality assurance mechanism, thus enhancing customers access to better healthcare services.

National Accreditation Board for Hospitals and Healthcare Providers (NABH) defines Hospital Accreditation as a public recognition by a national or international healthcare accreditation body, of the achievement of accreditation standards by a healthcare organization, demonstrated through an independent external peer assessment of that organizations level of performance in relation to the standards.

To further define, it is a “self-assessment and external peer assessment process used by health care organizations to accurately assess their level of performance in relation to established standards and to implement ways to continuously improve”. The various standards of accreditation are based on the principles of quality assurance, evidence based practice, medical ethics and prevention of medical error.

The standards laid by NABH are accredited by International Society for Quality in Healthcare (ISQua). This shows that the accredited hospital will also get international recognition.

Kohinoor Hospital ensures that it practices and delivers continuous quality services and also functions in the best interests of all patient’s.

Our primary goal is to ensure that we not only perform evidence based practices but also give importance to access, affordability, efficiency, quality and effectiveness of healthcare.

Considering the patients’ rights they are given an opportunity to give a feedback on the services they availed during their stay in the hospital and also to complain if they were dissatisfied.

At Kohinoor Hospital we ensure continuous learning, leadership, good working environment and ownership of clinical process, which makes the hospital staff feel more satisfied and contented at work.

To conclude, accreditation is a transparent system of control over the accredited hospital, thus Kohinoor Hospital assures that it will constantly fulfill the accreditation criteria.