Welcome to the North Carolina Local Health Department Accreditation Program

The goal of the North Carolina Local Health Department Accreditation (NCLHDA) program is to improve and protect the public’s health by assuring the capacity of N.C. local health departments to perform basic public health services. 

60 NC Health Departments Re-Accredited as of May 15, 2015 Albemarle Health District Hyde County Health Department Greene County Health Department Lenoir County Wayne County Johnston County Health Department Wilson County Health Department Hoke County Health Department Randolph County Health Department Anson County Health Department Montgomery County Health Department Stokes County Health Department Alexander County Macon County RPM District Health Department Toe River Health District Transylvania County Iredell County Health Department Duplin County Health Department Onslow County Health Department warren County Health Department Catawba County Moore County Health Department Madison County Graham County Health Department Yadkin County Durham County Health Department Northampton County Bladen County Health Department Cumberland County Health Department Columbus County Health Department Clay County Health Department Wake County Human Services Lee County Health Department Granville-Vance Health District Sampson County Health Department Haywood County Health Department Caldwell County Health Department Nash County Health Department Forsyth County Martin-Tyrell-Washington Health District Stanly County Union County Health Department Jones County Health Department Edgecombe County Health Department Caswell County

Click a county to see its accreditation history.

Accreditation Schedule

Want to know when your health department goes through their next reaccreditation process? Check the Accreditation Assessment Cycle.

 

Updated December 20, 2017