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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 August 2022

    New Releases Equity in Accreditation Thank you to the five health departments who participated in Equity in Accreditation focus group discussions this June. Our program has been busy analyzing the great takeaways we heard as we also complete an internal … Continued

  • NCLHDA Program Monthly Highlights July 2022

    New Releases Accreditation Data – Hot off the Press! This year’s 2022 Annual Survey Results are now posted! Thank you to the 47 AACs, 31 health directors, and 24 other accreditation team members who took the time to provide our … Continued

  • Sharing New Knowledge

    Bradley Hodges is Madison County Health Department’s new Preparedness/Accreditation Coordinator. While he has been quickly absorbing all there is to know about accreditation, he has also been preparing helpful resources to train his full accreditation team. He has built an … Continued

  • NCLHDA Program Monthly Highlights June 2022

    New Releases Survey Final Countdown! The month of May might have come to an end, but you still have a few days to complete the Annual Survey! Your feedback is vital to help our program move in the right direction. … Continued

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