Pakistan moves up to 6th place in world for Shaukat Khanum’s excellence in cancer care

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The Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital and Research Centre (SKMCH&RC) has earned accreditation by the prestigious American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO)’s Quality Oncology Practise Initiative (QOPI) accreditation Programme, marking a significant historical milestone.

As the first country in South Asia and the sixth outside of the United States to receive this designation, Pakistan is now at the forefront of cancer treatment.

The SKMCH&RC received a three-year accreditation from the QOPI accreditation Programme, which is famous for evaluating outpatient hematology-oncology practices.

This acknowledges the hospital’s dedication to providing excellent cancer treatment that is accessible to everyone, regardless of financial circumstances. The hospital successfully met and exceeded the demanding requirements and objectives set out by the QOPI Certification Programme after undergoing a thorough and exhaustive site examination.

This accomplishment is a monument to SKMCH&RC’s dedication to excellence as well as to Pakistan’s rising stature in the world of healthcare.

The accreditation not only raises the hospital’s stature but also emphasises Pakistan’s ability to deliver top-notch cancer treatment. This noteworthy achievement fills the institution and the entire country with pride and establishes Pakistan as a leader in the area of cancer.