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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.

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  • NCLHDA Program Monthly Highlights December 2023

    New Releases Honoring John Rouse We entered this week with heavy hearts in hearing about the loss of a dear colleague, friend, and leader in the accreditation community, John Rouse, Jr. John has been involved with accreditation since the very … Read more

  • NCLHDA Program Monthly Highlights November 2023

    New Releases Annual Report: Back in Action! Grab your popcorn and enjoy a fun three-minute cartoon capturing all of the work done in the North Carolina accreditation community in 2022-2023! Every fall, we release an annual report capturing accreditation activities … Read more

  • Highlights From Winter 2023 Site Visits: Part 3

    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 related to benchmarks 20 and 21. Highlight 1, Activity 20.1: The Site Visit Team … Read more

  • NCLHDA Program Monthly Highlights October 2023

    New Releases Annual Report – Coming Soon! Keep an eye out on our homepage for our 2022-2023 Annual Report, which we will be posting in the coming weeks. As with recent years, this will include a short video summarizing what … Read more

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