Seoul St. Mary's Hospital garners highest grade of medical evaluation
The South Korean hospital got a "1-G rating."
South Korea's Seoul St. Mary's Hospital achieved a "1-ga grade" in the Ministry of Health and Welfare's "2023 Medical Quality Evaluation," which is considered the highest grade.
"Medical quality evaluation is a system that measures the level of medical services provided by medical institutions to patients and evaluates and grades each medical institution so that the public can receive quality medical benefits," read the statement.
The 1-G rating corresponds to the top 2% of all hospitals in the areas of patient safety, medical quality, publicness, and delivery system.
Hospital Director Seung-gyu Yoon said, “The results of this medical quality evaluation once again prove that Seoul St. Mary’s Hospital is a medical institution that provides the best medical services to patients in all areas, including treatment, research, and education.”