ACHC Accredited

Nuclear Care Partners was the first provider, exclusively serving EEOICPA beneficiaries, to receive accreditation by the Accreditation Commission for Health Care. Proudly subscribing to the highest industry standards, best practices, and performance improvements.

We hold ourselves accountable to these standards, so that our patients can have peace of mind in knowing that they are receiving the utmost quality of care. Our accreditation is just one of the ways we aim to thank and honor you for your work and provide you with superior service.


“Providing the best in patient care is at the heart of what we do. Former atomic workers sacrificed their health to deter, and if necessary, fight, a nuclear war. We believe they deserve the highest level of care in return for the service they provided and the sacrifices they made to keep our country safe.”

Patti Kendall, VP of Clinical Compliance at Nuclear Care Partners

ACHC Accreditation

In order to demonstrate an ability to meet regulatory requirements and standards, healthcare organizations may receive accreditation through a process of review by a recognized accreditation organization such as Accreditation Commission for Health Care (ACHC). Accreditation is a direct reflection of the company’s commitment to providing the highest level of quality patient care.

What Does It Mean For You

As a former atomic worker, you sacrificed your health to keep our country safe, in return we believe you deserve the highest quality of care available to you. Our ACHC accreditation keeps us accountable to specific quality and process standards. By choosing a healthcare provider that has achieved ACHC accreditation, you can take comfort in knowing that you will receive the highest quality of care

If you have any concerns about the product or service that you receive from Nuclear Care Partners, you may contact ACHC directly at 855-937-2242.

How Do You Become Accredited?

To become accredited an organization must undergo a rigorous process that consists of ACHC surveyors making on site surveys, conducting visits in patient homes to assess their care, interviewing staff members about their practices, and reviewing medical records, policies, and also procedures.

Currently we are accredited in Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Iowa, Kentucky, Missouri, New Mexico, Nevada, Ohio, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, South Carolina, Washington, and Wyoming.

All expansion locations are accredited on a rolling basis. Even if we are not accredited in each state, we hold each location to the same highest standards of care and operations.