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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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  • COVID-19 Evidence Suggestions: Activity 25.2

    The COVID-19 Response and NCLHD Accreditation HDSAI Guide highlights potential evidence opportunities related to the COVID-19 response. The guide also includes examples of how local health department are planning to use their COVID-19 response as evidence. Here is an example … Continued

  • NCLHDA Program Monthly Highlights October 2021

    New Releases Fall Webinar Series This fall, the NCLHDA Program is working to make sure we set the stage for 2022. On September 23, we heard from the Public Health Accreditation Board about how they are adapting, and we will … Continued

  • COVID-19 Evidence Suggestions: Activities 14.1 and 20.2

    The COVID-19 Response and NCLHD Accreditation HDSAI Guide highlights potential evidence opportunities related to the COVID-19 response. The guide also includes examples of how local health department are planning to use their COVID-19 response as evidence. Here are two examples … Continued

  • NCLHDA Program Monthly Highlights September 2021

    New Releases Fall Webinar Series We launched the Fall Webinar Series on August 31 with “Back to Strategy: Turning plans into actions.” Throughout the fall, we will be focusing on ways that we are moving the program forward in the … Continued

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