Awards & Recognition
Yashoda Hospitals Group receives NBE National Award for “Excellence in Medical Education”
Hyderabad, 24th September, 2018: Hon’ble Vice-President of India Shri Venkaiah Naidu presented this prestigious DNB National Award to Yashoda Hospitals Group on Friday, the 21st Sep 2018 at Vigyan Bhavan, New Delhi. Dr. A. Lingaiah, Medical Director of Yashoda Hospitals Group received this national award from the Mr. Venkaiah Naidu, Hon’ble Vice-President of India. Read More…
Yashoda Hospitals, Somajiguda is now NABH Nursing Excellence Certified Hospital
National Accreditation Board for Hospitals & Healthcare providers (NABH) has certified Yashoda Hospitals for Nursing excellence. NABH recognizes health organizations that ensure pre requisite standards in nursing care. Nursing staff are the cornerstone of healthcare. Nursing professionals with competence, ethics and compassion offer comfort and care for patients and their family. Yashoda Hospitals meets nursing excellence standards and aims toward continual improvement to support and facilitate standard nursing practices to promote health and prevent disease.
Govt. Of India Ranks Yashoda Hospitals as First in Cadaveric Organ Transplantations
National Organ and Tissue Transplant Organization (NOTTO), Union Ministry for Health, Medical and Family Welfare has awarded Yashoda Hospitals as ‘The Best Hospital’ for Cadaveric organ donations in the country. The Union Minister of State for Health and Family Welfare, Anupriya Patel, conferred the award to Mr. G Ravinder Rao, Chairman of Yashoda Hospital Group at a function organized to mark Indian Organ Donation Day in New Delhi on Monday. Yashoda Hospitals has been conducting kidney, liver, lung and heart transplants for over a decade in Hyderabad. The Group has dedicated centers, trained workforce, and partnerships with national and international medical centers for conducting organ transplants on a regular basis throughout the year. “It is heartening to see the trust and confidence patients from all over the country have on Yashoda Hospitals. We are happy for the recognition bestowed upon us for our decade-long work in organ transplantations.” G. Ravinder Rao Chairman, Yashoda Hospitals Read More…
Yashoda Group of Hospitals Bags National Health Care Award
Sri. G. Ravinder Rao, the Chairman of Yashoda Hospitals Group was presented with HEAL Foundations National Award for Excellence in Innovative Hospital Administration. Dr C Laxma Reddy, the Health Minister of Telangana has presented the award to him at 5th National Health Writers and Editors Convention. HEAL Foundation is the largest network of Health Writers across India & SAARC countries. In an endeavour to present to the nation its finest healthcare providers, the foundation has initiated the Healthcare Awards at the national level for the healthcare industry.
HEAL Foundation in the citation presented to Sri.G. Ravinder Rao said: ‘We recognize your instrumental role in bringing about strong administrative reforms in the health-care delivery sector through your innovative policies at Yashoda Hospital which are seen as exemplary and inspiration worthy by many in the industry. Your experience in the domain has led to an in-depth insight into the health-care delivery sector which is among the key reasons for Yashoda Hospital’s growth and prosperity.
Yashodha Hospitals bags National Award for Excellence in DNB Programs.
The Association of National Board Accreditated Institutions (ANBAI), the national level professional body has recognized Yashoda Hospitals as a ‘Center of Excellence in teaching for DNB programme/NBE Accredited Hospital’ and awarded it with Scroll of Honor. National Board accolades distinguished NBE accredited institutions/hospitals in the country for their excellence and valuable contribution to DNB Medicine programmes. Yashoda Hospitals has been a leader in DNB Medicine programs in the country, conducting 29 DNB Medicine programmes and is accredited by NBE for the past 17 years. In last 10 years over 680 medical professionals have completed DNB Medicine with Yashoda Hospitals.
Yashoda Hospitals ranks 1st MultiSpeciality Hospital in The Times Healthcare Achievers 2017
The first edition of the Times Healthcare Achievers Telugu States 2017 Awards honouring healthcare institutions in healthcare sector. Times Healthcare Achievers Award has been conceptualised to help citizens with a navigation tool to find the best facilities. The awardees were selected after several rounds of assessment.
The Week Nielsen Best Hospital Survey 2015
It’s a matter of pride and honor to announce that, Yashoda Hospitals beats all the top hospitals of Hyderabad to Rank No.1. Yashoda Hospitals has been ranked as the 1st Best Multispecialty hospital in Hyderabad, India by The Week – Nielsen Best Hospital Survey 2015. This phenomenal achievement truly belongs to the staff at Yashoda Hospitals Hyderabad, who have worked each moment to establish high quality and responsive healthcare for all patients. This fact also catapults us to healthcare precedence in Hyderabad, for the next one year. However, it also poses a mammoth challenge to sustain our efforts to offer quality treatments and high-precision procedures. Our NABH accreditation confirms our adherence to highest standards of health care excellence.
The Week Nielsen Best Hospital Survey 2014
Yashoda Hospital has been ranked as the 2nd Best Multispecialty hospital in Hyderabad, India. The latest survey conducted by THE WEEK in association with Nielsen India, is an annual exercise in selecting the best of the hospitals in India. Wherein various parameters are considered in the process of selecting the best like Competency of Doctors, Patient care, Availability of Multispecialty, Reputation, Infrastructure, Innovation and Environment. Constantly pushing our horizons to excellence, Yashoda Hospitals are continuously seeking solutions to better patient care by improving our overall facilities of hospital management and at the same time ensuring control on the patient cost.
The Week Nielsen Best Hospital Survey 2013
The Week Nielsen National Hospital’s Survey 2013 ranked Yashoda Hospital in the 3rd place out of top 14 Hospitals in Hyderabad. The Best Hospital Survey is an annual exercise to identify the best hospitals in India and provide guidance to the healthcare consumers. The study was conducted by THE WEEK, an English weekly news magazine published by Malayala Manorama Group, in association with Nielsen India. The experts in the survey nominated top multi-specialty hospitals in rank order and rated (5-point scale) them on seven attributes—competency of doctors, infrastructure, availability of multi-speciality, patient care, innovation in treatment, overall reputation and hospital environment.
Yashoda Hospitals bags the Asian Hospital Management Award 2012 for ‘Fight the Salt Monster!’ campaign
Yashoda Hospitals bagged the coveted Asian Hospital Management Award (AHMA) 2012 in the Marketing, Public Relations or Promotional category for its ‘Fight the Salt Monster!’ campaign. The Asian Hospital Management Awards recognizes and honors hospitals in Asia that implement best hospital practices. The winners were chosen out of 363 entries representing 89 hospitals from 12 countries.
The Asian Hospital Management Awards are organized by Ministry of Health Vietnam in cooperation with Johns Hopkins Medicine International, Joint Commission International, the International Hospital Federation, the Asian Hospital Federation, Hong Kong Hospital Authority and a number of national associations and organizations across Asia.
‘Fight the Salt Monster!’ campaign is the first cohesive step by Yashoda Hospitals and Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) to create awareness on health problems associated with excessive consumption of salt.
To highlight the ill-effects of excess salt intake on health, Yashoda hospitals created a character called the ‘Salt Monster’, which depicts a 10-12 feet high salt laden scary monster to enlighten the community against high intake of salt. Various Salt Monsters were erected in most high-traffic junctions, islands and centre medians across the city. The idea is to make the general public understand that salt is a silent monster lurking everywhere and at everyone’s home.