Mexico’s Obesity Control Center Gets Three Year-Long Global Healthcare Accreditation Program (GHA)

Obesity Control Center located in Tijuana, Mexico has won a three-year term of accreditation by the Global Healthcare Accreditation (GHA) Program today. This accreditation is granted to acknowledge its Medical Travel Services Program.

Obesity Control Center (OCC) was founded in 1998 by Dr. Ariel Ortiz. Dr. Ortiz is a world-class doctor with years of experience and expertise in Bariatric and Metabolic Surgery.

The Obesity Control Center offers the best weight loss related surgeries for obese patients. It includes services such as gastric sleeve, gastric bypass, mini bypass, and non-surgical weight loss treatments. It has helped thousands of patients suffering from obesity-related problems worldwide, helping them to lose weight and live a healthier life ahead.

The whole team of SRC accredited surgeons here are experts in using surgical techniques that allow a safe weight loss for people who are traveling across borders for medical care. OCC is one of the best options to treat teenage weight loss surgery, low BMI weight loss surgery and other effective surgical solutions for all failed weight loss procedures.

It offers The OCC Bypass Rescue, OCC Sleeve Rescue and the latest IGS procedure “The Improved Gastric Sleeve” to help patients. The experts at OCC have also developed the world’s first nonsurgical weight loss device called “Obalon Balloon®”. That is why the Center of Excellence in Bariatric and Metabolic Surgery at OCC is one of the busiest healthcare facilities full of patients demanding safe weight-loss surgeries.

Dr. Ariel Ortiz Lagardere, the Director of this Center shares that there are not many options when it comes to weight-loss surgeries. When it comes to Obesity Control Center, it is one of its type which is particularly designed to help obesity patients and now it is designated as an International Center of Excellence that is a proof of its quality services. The center focuses on medical traveling and it is improving the services for all traveling patients.

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The Global Healthcare Accreditation (GHA) Program was established in the year 2016 with a target to improve medical travelers across the entire Medical Travel Care Continuum.

The Global Healthcare Accreditation (GHA) Program for Medical Travel Services is an international and independent accrediting body. It evaluates and applies the global standards and professional models in all leading healthcare facilities to check their status. These standards are developed in consultation with the world’s best medical experts, particularly in the medical travel/medical tourism industry.

This accreditation from GHA helps independent organizations to improve their services, patient experiences and allows them to revise their quality checks to improve the sustainability of the business models, especially for medical travel.

Global Healthcare Accreditation (GHA) standards are 100% accredited by ISQua via the International Society for Quality in Health Care External Evaluation Association. It provides significant value to all its patients and ensures that the clinic provides all medical travelers’ needs individually and would meet their expectations. And that’s not all, GHA is also providing healthcare organizations to get training with the latest medical skills and services that also improves overall business performance.


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