Columbia Asia Hospitals Accredited by Malaysian Society for Quality in Health (MSQH)




What is MSQH?
  • Hospital accreditation is a process that assesses a hospital’s performance against a set of standards.
  • In Malaysia, most hospitals go through an accreditation process by Malaysian Society for Quality in Health (MSQH).
  • MSQH promotes safety and quality in the provision of healthcare services in Malaysia.
  • It is in partnership with Malaysia’s Ministry of Health, Association of Private Hospitals Malaysia (APHM) and Malaysian Medical Association (MMA).
  • The MSQH accreditation is valid for four years after which, hospitals need to go for another accreditation inspection for the certificate renewal.
Columbia Asia Hospitals with MSQH
  • Columbia Asia Hospital – Iskandar Puteri in Johor received its MSQH status in 2017 making it the first Columbia Asia Hospital to be accredited for its quality healthcare services.
  • In 2018, Puchong received its 3rd accreditation MSQH as accorded by MSQH’s benchmark for excellent standard of services.
  • Bukit Rimau followed suit in 2018 with its 1st cycle accreditation. The hospital is acknowledged for its proven expertise and commitment towards patient care.
  • In 2019, Taiping was accredited with MSQH, also for its safety and quality in the provision of healthcare services.
  • Also in 2019 are Cheras and Setapak. These facilities are to receive their 1st cycle MSQH accreditation.
Columbia Asia Hospital is committed in fulfilling the high standards in safety and quality healthcare as set by MSQH.