GCR Score – what it is?
First of all, the GCR Score is a unique algorithm that predicts the expected quality standard of any particular medical clinic, or group of clinics within a town, country, or worldwide. It measures clinics based on countless data around the 4 following pillars:
- GCR Expertise Score – the range and quality & experience of medical expertise (doctors) that a clinic provides to its patients
- GCR Facilities Score – the range and quality of medical / non-medical facilities and technology (devices) that a clinic provides to its patients
- GCR Services Score – the range and quality of medical / non-medical procedures, services and amenities that a clinic provides its patients with
- GCR Feedback Score – the amount and quality of past patient treatment reviews available to the public on independent online sources
When a clinic is GCR Internationally Accredited, it means that it has met / exceeded the level of international healthcare standards for each of these pillars (the overall GCR Score must be above 3.00 out of 5.00 maximum). With that said, these clinics have been individually verified and assessed by the GCR expert team as well as have been recognized for their commitment to international standards.