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National Certifications

The Joint Commission has granted the following “disease specific certifications." The Commission is the nation’s leading independent, objective evaluator of patient safety and quality. Certification is based on demonstrated compliance with national standards, as well as evidence that a particular program effectively uses best practices and outcome measurements. Learn more about disease specific certifications.

  • Acute Coronary Syndrome (CMC-Mercy, CMC-Pineville, CMC-University)
  • Acute Myocardial Infarction (CMC)
  • Advanced Inpatient Type 2 Diabetes (Levine Children’s Hospital, CMC, CMC-Lincoln, CMC-NorthEast, CMC-University)
  • Advanced Stroke (CMC, CMC-NorthEast, AnMed Health. Bon Secours St. Francis Roper, Stanly Regional)
  • Heart Failure (CMC, CMC-NorthEast, CMC-University)
  • High Risk Neonatal Care (Levine Children’s Hospital)
  • Maternal and Child Care (CMC, CMC-University)
  • Obstetrics – High Risk (CMC)
  • Ovarian Uterine Cancer (CMC)
  • Renal Disease – End Stage (CMC)
  • Total Hip Replacement (CMC-Mercy, Roper)
  • Total Knee Replacement (CMC-Mercy, CMC-Pineville, Roper)
  • Ventricular Assist Device (CMC)
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