America’s ACCI approved by IEEA


ACCI is a not for profit organisation based in USA. Set up in 2015, it offers clinical accreditation and clinical excellence certification services. It has now received accreditation from The International Society for Quality in Health Care External Evaluation Association (IEEA) for International Accreditation Standards Version 5.0  and Clinical certification for endoscopy services.

AACI provides expertise around the globe to develop healthcare standards in line with international best practices. It provides accreditation and clinical certification services so helping healthcare organisations to manage their risks and improve patient focus care. Standards have been developed, piloted, used and refined for:

  • Hospitals,

  • Outpatient specialist centres,

  • Rehabilitation facilities,

  • Wellness and spas,

  • Dentists,

  • Primary care providers,

  • Long term acute care facilities,

  • Home care services, and

  • Psychiatric and behavioural facilities.

AACI president John Bell says; “The IEEA award for our international standard is of great importance to us. We believe our accreditation programme is unique and offers added value to our clients and the healthcare community.  Our standards will continue to evolve as the ever-changing needs of healthcare provision require."

AACI has been expanding and the most recent new offices are in Brazil and Turkey.



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