KYC is Re-accredited by The Joint Commission
Kenneth Young Center is proud to announce its 2019 re-accreditation by The Joint Commission for another three years! The Joint Commission is well-known as the most stringent professional healthcare accreditation body, surveying nearly 21,000 hospital networks and medical facilities nationwide.
The Joint Commission is an independent not-for-profit organization that accredits and certifies health care organizations and programs. They are the oldest and largest standards-setting and accrediting body in healthcare in the United States. Their requirements and standards are developed alongside behavioral health care experts, providers, measurement experts, and clients.
In December, The Joint Commission conducted a meticulous onsite evaluation of Kenneth Young Center’s compliance for standards of care, treatment, services, and safety in behavioral health. Their accreditation means that KYC’s behavioral health team meets or exceeds those rigorous standards.
KYC staff members work diligently every day to ensure that our clients receive the compassionate and quality care that they deserve, and are honored that those efforts are once again recognized by the prestigious Joint Commission.
To learn more about The Joint Commission, please visit their website here.
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