The Joint Commission
The Joint Commission evaluates and accredits more than 15,000 health care organizations and programs in the United States. The Joint Commission is the nationís predominant standards setting and accrediting body in health care. BHC received its accreditation with the Joint Commission in 2003 and is still accredited today. BHC is 1 of 3 health centers in the nation that are accredited for Ambulatory Care and Behavioral Health Care. BHC continues to offer quality care to our patients not only by BHC standards but also by the standards of The Joint Commission.
BHC is also accredited with:
If you have any concerns and/or complaints about the quality if treatment services provided by Birmingham Health Care, you may contact:
The Joint Commissionís policy:
Message from the Executive Director
"The realization of the health care industry is that it is becoming harder and harder for individuals to afford private health insurance. At BHC, we can treat all members of the family regardless of your ability to pay. Our staff is dedicated to providing quality health care to all patients and offering them a wide range of health care services. BHC is constantly growing and taking on new challenges to better the organization. BHC now has an Electronic Health Records system along with Smart Health Card technology for patients. I invite you to visit our health care facilities in Birmingham and Jefferson County to join us in our efforts to insure 100% Access and Zero Disparities in health care for our residents."