Introduction to Registration on e-PHAB

You are about to register your health department on PHAB’s electronic system, e-PHAB.

Health Departments applying for Version 2022 must wait until after July 1, 2022 to submit their Application for Initial Accreditation. Email if you plan to submit a Version 2022 Application for additional instructions about how you will apply. Applications to apply under Version 1.5 must be submitted to PHAB no later than June 30, 2022.

Registration on e-PHAB is the first step toward seeking public health accreditation. Registration will create an account in e-PHAB. Registration is non-binding. Registering your health department alerts PHAB that your health department is getting ready to apply for accreditation.

Once you begin Registration, you must complete it and submit it to PHAB within 90 calendar days. If you do not submit it within 90 calendar days, it will expire and you will have to begin the registration process over in order to begin the accreditation process. To review the accreditation process,click here for the Guide to National Public Health Department Initial Accreditation, adopted in June 2015.

As a reminder, submission of registration requires that both the health department director and the Accreditation Coordinator have completed PHAB’s Online Orientation.

ONLY one person per health department should register in e-PHAB. That person may be either the health department director or the Accreditation Coordinator. When the registration is completed by either the health department director or the Accreditation Coordinator, the other person will automatically also be registered in e-PHAB. (They will receive an email with a temporary password).

Account Creation

You are the (please select one of the following roles):

Email will be your username to access e-PHAB

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