1. ISO-9001 (International Standards Organization)
· It is a patient-oriented approach that attaches importance to employee participation, adopts a process approach, aims for continuous improvement, does not deviate from realistic and ethical approaches in decision-making processes, and considers mutual benefit in all supplier and other stakeholder relationships.
· It provides planned and systematic working conditions within the organization.
· It also creates the necessary working conditions for the continuity and improvement of the targeted quality.
· It ensures traceability of activities and accessibility of retrospective works.
· Providing the opportunity to obtain perfect service using quality plans, process control, inspection testing, calibration, etc.,
· Cost and time saving,
· Reducing patient complaints.
· Increasing profitability and productivity.
· Providing effective management.
2. JCI (Joint Commission International)
The purpose of this accreditation, for which our hospital made a voluntary application is the receipt of a certificate confirming that we are in compliance with international health management standards, and we aim to increase our quality continuously.
· To improve quality
· To decrease costs
· To increase productivity
· To increase the reliability of the institution and strengthen its image.
· To improve health care management
· To provide education
· To increase employment satisfaction
· To provide impartial measurement and evaluation.
3. EFP (European Federation of Periodontology) accreditation
It is the accreditation of postgraduate programs in Periodontology by EFP in terms of curriculum, teaching, hospital facilities, and services aiming for a standardized Periodontal and Implant Dentistry education at the highest quality throughout Europe and recently, world countries. In 2005, Yeditepe University, Dental Faculty, Department of Periodontology has received EFP-accreditation.
EFP was established in 1991 and aims to improve the quality of life by providing education for populations and creating awareness for periodontal/implant diseases and their close relations with systemic health.
4. ADEE (Association of Dental Education in Europe)
An audit was made in our Faculty on 16.01.2008, and it was certified that the education provided by our Faculty is in compliance with European standards.
The aim of the Association of Dental Education in Europe is to achieve the highest educational standards in dentistry, to develop all methods of practice and supervision, to ensure that educators and students take part in “exchange programs, and to measure the benefits of the process.