An organization receiving a Five-Year Term of Accreditation has voluntarily put itself through a rigorous peer review process and demonstrated to a team of surveyors during an on-site survey that it is committed to conforming to CARF’s accreditation conditions and standards. Concordia technically complied with two sets of standards – CCRC and Network and was evaluated on 1,554 standards. Furthermore, any organization that earns CARF accreditation is commended on its quest for quality programs and services. Corporate Compliance Officer and Corporate Trainer Karen McCarrier, MHA, RN, CHC, NHA coordinated the three-day survey.
Founded 138 years ago, CLM is a faith-based, non-profit senior care provider, one of the 25 largest in the country serving over 40,000 people annually through home care and inpatient locations in western PA, eastern OH and Tampa, FL. Concordia offers a lifetime continuum of care that includes adult day services, home care, hospice, medical and rehabilitation services, memory care, personal care, assisted living, respite care, retirement living, skilled nursing/short-term rehab, spiritual care and medical equipment. Home offices are based in Cabot, PA. President and CEO Keith E. Frndak has led the organization for the past 35 years.
CARF is an international, nonprofit accreditor founded in 1966 that set standards of excellence for human service organizations whose programs and services cover the spectrum from youth to older adults in a variety of settings.