ADHS Renews Accreditation, Demonstrating Commitment to Exceptional Public Health Services in Arizona.

Arizona’s Health Services Department Successfully Retains National Accreditation

The Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS) has been reaccredited by the Public Health Accreditation Board, demonstrating their commitment to exceptional standards throughout the state. ADHS is one of more than 400 health departments nationwide that hold this accreditation, a status they have maintained since 2017.

According to ADHS Executive Deputy Director Jennie Cunico, this reaccreditation is a testament to the department’s dedication to providing high-quality public health services. “We are honored to continue holding this status alongside our colleagues in Maricopa, Mohave, Pima, and Yavapai counties, as well as the Pascua Yaqui Health Services Division,” she said. “Maintaining our national accreditation allows us to ensure that we are meeting the highest standards in public health and providing quality services to the communities we serve.”

The reaccreditation process involved a comprehensive evaluation of ADHS against a set of national standards. This evaluation ensured that the department continued to evolve, improve, and advance public health practices in the communities it serves. ADHS has been able to maintain its accreditation through its ongoing commitment to excellence and its ability to adapt to changing public health needs.

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