Accreditation

Committed to quality

All five Asbury Continuing Care Retirement Communities have earned national accreditation from by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities/Continuing Care Accreditation Commission (CARF-CCAC) – a designation held by fewer than 15 percent of the nation’s not-for-profit retirement living organizations.

CARF-CCAC accreditation means that an independent survey team has conducted an intensive on-site survey to measure a community against more than 1,100 indicators of quality, including financial standards that relate to a community’s long-term viability. Once a community has earned accreditation, it participates in a review of financial indicators each year and accommodates an on-site evaluation by a survey team every five years. In 2012, all five Asbury retirement communities embarked on the same cycle of accreditation. By embracing this system-wide approach, each Asbury community challenges and supports the others to improve processes and better serve those who call Asbury home. CARF-CCAC is a not-for-profit organization and part of a family of organizations overseen by CARF International.

All Asbury communities have earned CARF-CCAC approval, meeting over 1,100 quality and fiscal strength indicators.

Asbury is also proud of its affiliation with the EAGLE Accreditation Commission, which is designed for faith-based, health and wholeness organizations to enhance the quality of services provided. EAGLE utilizes voluntary self-assessment and peer review processes based upon principals and goals to promote excellence in Christian ministry. Several Asbury communities have received this distinguished designation, including Asbury Methodist Village and Bethany Village. For more information about the EAGLE Commission, visit, http://www.eagle-uma.org/.

Accreditation