CJCP Benefits You

Your CJCP credential provides you with professional recognition and acknowledges your understanding of Joint Commission standards and the survey process. It signals your up-to-date expertise in maintaining and leading compliance in your organization and serves as a career-enhancing accomplishment.

CJCP Benefits Your Organization

CJCP certification signifies that you have specialized knowledge and skills to help your organization achieve its quality and safety goals. You will be more prepared than ever to work with staff to achieve continuous compliance with Joint Commission standards. CJCP certification is a significant new credential that represents a powerful commitment to quality for the patients and community served by your organization.

Wear It Proudly

Once you have passed the examination, you are a CJCP and can use the credential after your name to showcase your achievement.

CJCP Spotlight

CJCPs talk about their experience as a CJCP and offer advice to people considering the certification.

Rachel Franco, DrHSc, MPH, CJCP, CPHQ, CPPS, CIC, Infection Control
Practitioner Memorial Regional Hospital South

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Sheila Belcher, BSN, RN, CJCP, CCMSCP, Joint Commission Specialist
Pikeville Medical Center

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Stephen Catullo, MA, MBA, CJCP Associate Executive Director Quality Management & Regulatory Affairs
Coler Rehabilitation and Nursing Care Center

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Nazanin Tondravi, JD, MPH, LHRM, HACP, CJCP Director, Regulatory Affairs
Memorial Healthcare System

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  • ,,Having CJCP after my name signifies a lot of hard work and initiative. It’s one of the best decisions I have made in my QI career.,,

    Catherine Rodrigues - RN, MS, CJCP - St. Joseph Health Services of RI No. Providence, RI