District 4 Public Health was officially accredited on November 19, 2019 by the Public Health Accreditation Board (PHAB). This milestone achievement officially recognizes that District 4 Public Health meets or exceeds the rigorous standards established by PHAB, a non-profit, non-governmental organization.
District 4 Public Health is proud to be recognized by PHAB for our capacity to protect and promote the health of our community. Accreditation is granted for five years to reflect our commitment to continuous quality improvement, our accountability to meeting our community’s needs, and our dedication to providing service at the highest standard. This recognition is not merely a one-and-done accomplishment for us. It will continue to guide our work to better protect, promote and preserve the health of the people in our community.
- Our Community Health Assessment (CHA) identifies key needs and issues through systematic, comprehensive data collection and analysis.
- Our Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP) addresses these needs and will be updated every five years.
- Our D4PH Strategic Plan 2022-2027 is a disciplined process that will help us produce fundamental decisions and actions that will shape and guide our organization, goals, tactics and mission.
If you have questions or comments about our accreditation, please contact Miranda Helms, Quality Improvement and Accreditation Coordinator at 706.298.7706.