Accreditation at the Minnesota Dept. of Health

Img What is Public Health Accreditation? (PDF: 152KB / 1 page)

The Minnesota Department of Health seeks voluntary national public health accreditation, participating in a movement to improve and protect the health of the public by advancing the quality and performance of all health departments, nationwide.

Accreditation aims to improve the quality of services delivered by public health agencies even as they work toward accreditation standards, as well as after they meet those standards. Accreditation also helps to reassure the public and elected officials that an agencies activities are at peak performance, in line with evidence-based national standards.

MDH Accreditation Coordinator
LuAnne McNichols
(651) 201-5566

Resources & Webinars

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Img What is Public Health Accreditation? (PDF: 152KB / 1 page)
Icon PHAB: Accreditation Overview
Icon PHAB Standards & Measures v 1.0
Icon Webinar: Making a Great Health Department Stronger
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Icon PHAB: Accredited Health Departments
Icon PHAB on YouTube
Icon NACCHO: Prerequisites for National Accreditation
Icon MDH Training & Technical Assistance Calendar