WakeMed Rehabilitation programs are accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities
CARF accreditation demonstrates WakeMed's substantial conformance to the standards established by CARF. In order to qualify, awarded programs undergo a rigorous peer review process that evaluates patient outcomes for long-term and lasting success. Each of the programs were examined by a team of surveyors during an onsite inspection. Awarded programs are of the highest quality, measurable and accountable.
The following Medical Rehabilitation programs at WakeMed have earned a three-year CARF Reaccreditation:
WakeMed specific CARF Accredited programs include:
WakeMed is a Joint Commission Accredited Healthcare ProviderWakeMed is proud to be Joint Commission accredited healthcare provider. The Joint Commission is a healthcare accrediting agency with strict rules and regulations participating organizations must follow to ensure they are providing the best healthcare in safe facilities following best practices.
Joint Commission standards dictate security requirements, size of doorways, surgical process and procedures, physician documentation and much, much more. Comprehensive surveys are conducted every three years. Raleigh Campus, Cary Hospital, North Healthplex, Apex Healthplex, Brier Creek Healthplex, Garner Healthplex and all WakeMed outpatient facilities are all Joint Commission accredited.