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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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  • Highlights From Winter 2023 Site Visits

    We continue to share some of the fabulous best practices we heard through the Winter 2023 site visit cycle. This month, we’re focusing on best practices from Activity 19.1, where the site visitors captured three detailed examples from the field: … Read more

  • NCLHDA Program Monthly Highlights September 2023

    New Releases There’s still Time! Last Chance to Register for Fall Training Don’t miss your chance to register for our Bi-Annual Dashboard Overview Webinar or Accreditation 101: New AAC Training next week! We will close registration this Friday, September 8 … Read more

  • NCLHDA Program Monthly Highlights August 2023

    New Releases Fall 2023 Interim Accreditation Administrator As of August 1, Margaret Benson Nemitz is filling the role of Interim Accreditation Administrator in order to provide a consistent program contact throughout the fall site visit cycle, during which Jo Morgan … Read more

  • NCLHDA Program Monthly Highlights July 2023

    New Releases Registration Open: Fall 2023 Training Sign up now for our Bi-Annual NCLHDA Dashboard Overview Webinar on September 12 from 10 am – 12 noon (virtual webinar), followed by the Accreditation 101: New AAC Training on September 13 from … Read more

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