73 NC Health Departments accredited as of December 2012 Albemarle Health District Alexander County Macon County Catawba County Stanly County Lenoir County Transylvania County Madison County Forsyth County Caswell County Northampton County Wayne County Iredell County Health Department RPM District Health Department Union County Health Department Johnston County Health Department Greene County Health Department Graham County Health Department Montgomery County Health Department Sampson County Health Department Bladen County Health Department Columbus County Health Department Wake County Human Services warren County Health Department Edgecombe County Health Department Clay County Health Department Haywood County Health Department Stokes County Health Department Lee County Health Department Toe River Health District Wilson County Health Department Yadkin County Duplin County Health Department Martin-Tyrell-Washington Health District Caldwell County Health Department Durham County Health Department Cumberland County Health Department Hoke County Health Department Hyde County Health Department Jones County Health Department Granville-Vance Health District Nash County Health Department Anson County Health Department Randolph County Health Department Moore County Health Department Onslow County Health Department
Accreditation News
Accreditation documents updated October 1, 2014:

Upcoming Site Visits:

  • Cherokee County: September 9‐11, 2014
  • Greene County: September 23‐25, 2014
  • Pamlico County: September 30‐October 2, 2014
  • Johnston County: October 7‐9, 2014
  • RPM District: October 14‐16, 2014
  • Iredell County: October 21‐23, 2014
  • Union County: October 28‐30, 2014

Archived webinar now available: HDSAI Electronic Submission for Re-Accreditation – Guidelines and Tips

North Carolina Local Health Department Accreditation Stakeholder Evaluation Report FY 2006-2014

June 2014 Accreditation Update

Board meeting June 20
The NC Local Health Department Accreditation Board will meet on Friday, June 20th from 10-3 at the Wake County Commons Building in Raleigh, NC.

Trends in Preparedness Capacity: Results from the Local Health Department Preparedness Capacity Survey (pdf)
North Carolina Preparedness and Emergency Response Research Center Research Brief