AHC Clarksville Earns Accreditation from The Joint Commission

News Release:   February 9, 2022

American Health Partners announced today that AHC Clarksville, a skilled nursing and rehabilitation center in Clarksville, Tennessee, has received the Gold Seal of Approval from The Joint Commission. The Gold Seal is only awarded to health care organizations who achieve the highest national benchmarks for patient safety and quality of care. All American Health Communities (AHC) skilled nursing facilities are accredited by The Joint Commission. Currently, fewer than 30% of skilled nursing communities in Tennessee have earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval.

The AHC Clarksville earned accreditation following rigorous reviews of its practices by evaluators from The Joint Commission. Evaluators ensured that the skilled nursing facility met the highest quality standards in provision of care, treatment and services, as well as infection prevention and control, medication management and emergency procedures.

“We’ve always been proud of our teams’ commitment to quality care, but it is even more gratifying when their accomplishments are recognized by a highly regarded independent organization like The Joint Commission,” said Michael Bailey, CEO of American Health Partners. “This accreditation is important to our residents and their families because it lets them know they can trust AHC to deliver great care today and in the future.”

The Joint Commission’s standards are developed in consultation with health care experts and providers, quality assurance professionals and patients. They are backed by scientific literature and expert consensus as effective means to help health care organizations measure, assess and maintain continuous quality improvement.

“I’m very proud of our team for all of their hard work, collaboration and commitment to excellence which enabled us to earn this important accreditation,” said Bob Collins, Administrator at AHC Clarksville. “As this accreditation shows, our team at AHC Clarksville is focused on continuous improvement and meeting the highest standards for delivering safe, quality care to our residents and patients each and every day.”

“We have all faced a lot of challenges managing through the pandemic and earning this prestigious accreditation from The Joint Commission gives us something to celebrate,” said Greg Haynes, vice president of operations for AHC. “I am grateful to be part of the AHC family and to have our staff and nursing leaders recognized for their hard work and commitment to excellence.”

For a complete list of AHC’s award-winning communities please visit: AHCseniorcare.com/communities.


About AHC Clarksville

AHC Clarksville is a 113-bed senior living and rehabilitative care facility offering all private rooms located in Clarksville, Tennessee. The residential community offers long-term care, skilled nursing, and short-term rehabilitative therapies. AHC Clarksville accepts Medicare, Medicaid, [VA benefits] and private insurance. AHC Clarksville is one of 29 skilled nursing and rehabilitation communities owned and operated by American Health Communities (AHC), a division of Franklin, Tennessee-based American Health Partners. All of AHC’s 29 skilled nursing facilities have earned the Gold Seal of Approval from the Joint Commissions for achieving the highest national standards for patient safety and quality of care. For more information, visit AHCseniorcare.com or call (931) 552-3002.

About American Health Partners

American Health Partners provides a continuum of health care services for adults and seniors ranging from long-term support for daily living to short-term care focused on recovery, rehabilitation and comfort care. Operations in Tennessee, Alabama and Mississippi include: 29 senior living, skilled nursing and rehabilitation centers; five psychiatric hospitals; home health and hospice offices serving 44 counties in Tennessee and Michigan; and a long-term care pharmacy that serves more than 60 locations in three states. The organization also owns and operates Medicare Advantage Institutional Special Needs Plans (ISNPS) which provide Medicare services to individuals living in in nursing homes in Georgia, Kansas, Mississippi, Missouri, Oklahoma, Utah, Idaho, Texas and Tennessee. Additional divisions provide rehabilitation services and care coordination for skilled nursing communities. American Health Partners is based in Franklin, Tennessee. For more information, visit AmHealthPartners.com or call (615) 902-5200.

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