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CNJ staff Clovis Community College will undergo a March evaluation by the Higher Learning Commission as part of its process to renew the college’s general accreditation through the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. A team of evaluators will visit the college March 5-7 to review CCC’s operations and form recommendations for improvement, as […]

Cannon clinic to undergo accreditation inspection

By Collette Delgado: 27th Special Operations Medical Group All Air Force Military Treatment Facilities are required to maintain accreditation from nationally recognized accreditation agencies. The Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care will be at the 27th Special Operations Medical Group for their scheduled triennial inspection survey through today. The AAAHC inspects facilities to ensure the […]

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Clovis MainStreet receives accreditation Clovis MainStreet was one of 11 MainStreet projects in the state to receive national accreditation for commercial district revitalization, according to a release from the New Mexico Economic Development Department. It is the third straight year the Clovis office has received the accreditation. MainStreet Executive Director Robyne Beaubien said that with […]

Curry jail seeking accreditation

CNJ staff Curry County is one of two counties seeking jail accreditation. Curry and Chaves counties have entered the Adult Detention Professional Standard Council’s accreditation program, a joint initiative of the New Mexico Association of Counties and the New Mexico Municipal League, according to a press release from the NMAC. Once accepted into the program, […]

27 SOMDG receive pathology accreditation

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USAF photo: Senior Airman Erik Cardenas Senior Airman Benjamin Satterwhite, 27th Special Operations Medical Support Squadron, peers through a microscope, looking for white blood cells that identify disease-fighting cells at the medical clinic at Cannon Air Force Base on Feb. 23. The 27th Special Operations Medical Group received recent accreditation from the College of American […]

County manager appointed to serve on jail standards council

CNJ staff Curry County Manager Lance Pyle has been appointed to serve on the professional standards council of a newly developed detention center accreditation program for the state. Pyle will serve alongside four detention center commanders, according to a press release from the New Mexico Association of Counties. Other council members include jail administrators: David […]

School age program receives top accreditation

USAF photo: Airman 1st Class Maynelinne De La Cruz Maria Lugaro, a School Age Program assistant, teaches children how to make holiday pajama pants . The program received 5-star accrediation by the National Afterschool Association, and is one of only eight accredited programs in New Mexico. By Greg Allen: 27th SOW Public Affairs When parents […]

Education digest: CCC nursing program reaccredited

CNJ staff The Clovis Community College Nursing Program has earned reaccreditation from the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission, according to a news release. The NLNAC board granted continuing accreditation to the program July 27 following a self-study report and extensive on-site review. The new NLNAC accreditation is for eight years.

Clovis PD seeking state accreditation

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The Clovis Police Department is one of nine state departments working toward accreditation. By Sharna Johnson: CNJ staff writer The Clovis Police Department is taking a giant step to become more transparent. This month, the New Mexico Law Enforcement Professional Standards Council — the accrediting authority for the state — is evaluating the department’s application. […]

Feb. 10 Business Digest

Clovis Open MRI receives three-year accreditation The American College of Radiology awarded Clovis Open MRI a three year term of accreditation in magnetic resonance imaging, according to a college news release. The Reston Va.-based college’s accreditation is based on evaluations from board-certified physicians and medical physicists who review factors such as image quality and personnel […]

Officials: Accreditation will help school grow

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CNJ staff photo: Tony Bullocks Clovis Christian School is planning to move their secondary school to the elementary school’s location on Humphrey Street in west Clovis. By Liliana Castillo: CNJ staff writer Gaining state accreditation is a major step in the continued development of Clovis Christian School, according to the school’s superintendent. CCS Superintendent Steven […]

Clovis veterinary hospital receives AAHA accreditation

CLOVIS, NM — Clovis Veterinary Hospital of Clovis has again received accreditation following a comprehensive evaluation by the American Animal Hospital Association. The evaluation includes a quality assessment review of the hospital’s facility, medical equipment, practice methods and pet health care management.   Only 15 percent of all small animal veterinary practices in the U.S. […]

Education Digest: Clovis High earns accreditation

By Jean Verlich: CNJ news editor Clovis High School earned accreditation for the 2006-2007 school year from the North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement, according to a Clovis Schools news release. To earn accreditation, schools must meet NCA CASI’s standards, be evaluated by a team of professionals from outside the school and […]

Clovis MainStreet honored

CNJ staff FARMINGTON — Clovis MainStreet was honored at the New Mexico MainStreet Summer Institute in Farmington with three awards and national accreditation, according to news releases from the New Mexico Economic Development Department, which sponsors New Mexico MainStreet. Clovis MainStreet received awards for Excellence in Fundraising— for the Clovis Downtown Cultural Arts Fest wine […]

27th Medical Group receives zero deficiencies

Courtesy 27th Medical Group Cannon clinic achieves agency accreditation The 27th Medical Group has achieved accreditation by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC). The official report received June 19, identified zero deficiencies for the 27 MDG. “To obtain accreditation from this civilian agency provides recognition to the men and women of the 27th […]

Hospital cited by second agency

By Marlena Hartz: CNJ staff writer Spurred by complaints, three independent organizations have inspected Plains Regional Medical Center since January, officials confirmed this week. Two of those agencies have cited the hospital for being out of compliance with their standards. The third determined the complaint was unsubstantiated. PRMC officials and inspection agencies have said inspections […]

11/5 Local roundup

Base commander nominated for promotion Col. John D. Posner, 27th Fighter Wing commander at Cannon Air Force Base, has been nominated by President Bush to the Senate for appointment to the grade of brigadier general. The promotion is subject to Senate approval. U.S. Sen. Jeff Bingaman said Posner is deserving of the promotion. “I wish […]

Clovis Christian close to gaining NMAA eligibility

By Dave Wagner AFTER THREE YEARS OF trying, Clovis Christian is finally set to become a full-fledged member of the New Mexico Activities Association in 2004-05. Well, almost — the school’s accreditation process was completed in November, but still has to be approved by Veronica Garcia, New Mexico’s secretary of state, before becoming official. Accreditation […]

Clovis Christian School gains accreditation

By Darrell Todd Maurina Clovis Christian School reached a long-sought prize this month: accreditation. “It gives us more legitimacy in our community because now we are accredited,” said Superintendent Steve Medeiros. “People who may have hesitated to send their children to our school because of this no longer have that stumbling block. We felt that […]

Clovis Christian denied eligibility extension

By Dave Wagner CLOVIS CHRISTIAN’S ATTEMPTS to gain accreditation and full membership in the New Mexico Activities Association are still ongoing. CCS, which became a probationary member of the NMAA in the 2001-02 school year, wasn’t able to meet a May 1 deadline implemented last year for accreditation and thus remains ineligible for postseason competition […]