Three-Year CIHQ Accreditation
As of March 2015, Champion Center is proud to have earned its three-year accreditation from the Center for Improvement in Healthcare Quality (CIHQ). This certification sets Champion Center apart as an accredited Hospital.
What is CIHQ?
Approved by the Center for Medicare Services (CMS), CIHQ deems acute care hospitals as meeting the Medicare Conditions of Participation. CIHQ was established in 1999 as a membership-based organization comprised primarily of acute care and critical access hospitals. According to CIHQ, the program’s rigorous standards are designed to ensure that “patients receive care in organizations that exceed minimum standards set forth by the federal government.”
Champion Center’s CIHQ-Accredited Medical Detox & Treatment Services
Champion Center is licensed as a hospital and specializes in safe, comfortable, and successful medical detoxification for drugs and alcohol. Detox is the first rung on the ladder to recovery, and our hospital-level detox program includes 24/7 registered nursing care, daily physician visits, and specially trained staff to monitor our patients’ comfort and safety. Champion Center physicians are recognized by the American Board of Addiction Medicine, and our facility is recognized by CARF and CIHQ for its superior standard of care. In fact, we are one of the few addiction recovery facilities in the nation to have earned CARF/CIHQ dual accreditation.
Champion Center is proud to provide a full continuum of care in one newly remodeled location, and our high-caliber CIHQ-compliant medical detox program includes:
- Extensive diagnostic testing
- Health history & physical
- Psychiatric evaluation
- Group & individual counseling
- Individualized treatment plans
Start Your Recovery at Our CIHQ-Accredited Center
Champion Center’s CIHQ-accredited treatment program is based on a team-treatment approach. Our physicians, psychiatrists, counselors, and technicians collaborate with clients to create thoughtful, individualized treatment plans for alcoholism, drug addiction, prescription drug addiction, and co-occurring disorders.