Northeast Multistate Division

Retain your best nurses with ANCC accreditation

Posted 10 months ago by Shelly Gardiner


Why Accreditation Matters

Accreditation from the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) is all about one thing: recognizing excellence in professional development. 

ANCC accreditation affirms that your professional development programs adhere to the highest standards.

It demonstrates that your organization is fully committed to outcome-driven professional development, facilitating the advancement of knowledge, skills, and practice for nurses and other healthcare professionals.

Achieving ANCC accreditation — and the commitment to excellence — represents an important statement about your organization. And that can pay important dividends by helping you:

  •  Meet strategic goals and performance initiatives

  • Attract and recruit the best and brightest nurses

  • Retain the outstanding performers that power your progress

  • Enhance your reputation in your community and throughout the profession

That's why it's so important for you to learn more about ANCC accreditation and how it can work for your organization.

Click here for more information about ANCC accreditation — including indepth articles available for download.

Did you know ANCC offers four different types of accreditation? Find out which ones are right for your organization