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Achieve the Gold Seal of Approval

Achieve the Gold Seal

What is accreditation?

Joint Commission accreditation can be earned by many types of health care organizations, including hospitals, doctor’s offices, nursing homes, office-based surgery centers, behavioral health treatment facilities, and providers of home care services.

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What is certification?

Certification is earned by programs or services that may be based within or associated with a health care organization. For example, a Joint Commission accredited medical center can have Joint Commission certified programs or services for diabetes or heart disease care. These programs could be within the medical center or in the community.

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Ambulatory Health Care

Behavioral Health Care

Critical Access Hospitals

Home Care

Hospitals

International Accreditation

Laboratory

Nursing Care Center

Office-Based Surgery

Patient Blood Management Certification

Comprehensive Cardiac Center

Disease-Specific Care

Health Care Staffing Services

Integrated Care

International Certification

Palliative Care

Perinatal Care

Primary Care Medical Home