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Interested in Critical Access Hospital Accreditation?

Questions about Critical Access Hospital Accreditation

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Critical Access Hospital Acreditation.   We've got answers.

Request Complimentary Resource Guide for Critical Access Hospitals

We're happy to provide you with a complimentary resource guide for Critical Access Hospitals with information about the survey process. The information in the overview is designed primarily for organizations not currently accredited by The Joint Commission. Email us and ask for the resource guide for critical access hospitals.  Send us an email.

 
 

What's the Word on Accreditation

We view Joint Commission accreditation as the equivalent of the Good Housekeeping “Seal of Approval” for hospitals. The Joint Commission sets higher standards than the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ Conditions of Participation. CMS provides a baseline, but Joint Commission accreditation goes far beyond the CoPs in addressing the delivery of safe, quality patient care.
Hugh Renier, M.D. - Vice President, Medical Affairs
St. Mary’s Medical Center