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Supporting Local Health Department Accreditation Across N.C.'s 100 Counties

The NCLHDA team provides resources and consulting to ensure that all of North Carolina's local health departments meet and exceed the state's accreditation guidelines. Maintaining accreditation is an ongoing cycle with each department completing the reaccreditation process every four years. Learn more about the program.




Recent Updates

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  • NCLHDA Program Monthly Highlights June 2024

    New Releases Website Update You can now look up the accreditation status of a health department on our website! You can filter the table by health department name, accreditation status, accreditation adjudication date, and accreditation expiration. Click here to check … Read more

  • NCLHDA Program Monthly Highlights May 2024

    New Releases Accreditation? Tell us how you feel about it! 2024 Annual Survey We invite you to share your honest, anonymous perspectives about our program by completing the 2024 Accreditation Annual Survey. The purpose of the survey is to give … Read more

  • “Future of Accreditation” Representatives

    Many different representatives are involved in the process of updating the Accreditation Standards, Benchmarks, & Activities as outlined in Administrative Rule. In 2023, NCLHDA began a focused effort to revise Administrative Rule Chapter 48 outlining the Local Health Department Accreditation … Read more

  • NCLHDA Program Monthly Highlights April 2024

    New Releases Accreditation Baby on the Way! In other exciting updates, Margaret is expecting a baby this July! Fortunately, David Stone, who has been working with NCLHDA for the past two years as our Phase 3 Coordinator, and who himself … Read more

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