Reaccreditation

Public Health Department Reaccreditation

A PHAB-accredited public health department is accredited for five years; when initial accreditation expires, the health department must apply for and achieve reaccreditation in order to maintain accreditation status.

PHAB reaccreditation builds on initial accreditation, but is very different. Both the requirements and the process for reaccreditation have been designed to ensure that accredited health departments continue to evolve, improve, and advance, thereby becoming increasingly effective at improving the health of the population they serve.

The Guide to National Public Health Department Reaccreditation: Process and Requirements presents the official requirements and process for the reaccreditation of public health departments. The Guide pertains to accredited health departments that submitted their application for initial accreditation on or before June 30, 2016.

PHAB reaccreditation webinar and other resources now available:

Webinar: An Introduction to PHAB Reaccreditation

Slide Set: An Introduction to PHAB Reaccreditation

The webinar may also be viewed on You Tube.

Reaccreditation FAQ: View or download this six-page packet of important questions and answers related to reaccreditation. (February 2017)

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