GEORGETOWN— Talbert House announces that its clinical and operational supervisor at Brown County Recovery Services, Cheryl Williams, has been officially appointed as a CARF surveyor.
Williams has been working diligently for the past year through CARF’s training program and as an intern under the guidance of its seasoned veteran surveyors. In May 2015, CARF International recognized her contribution and commitment by confirming her graduated status.
CARF is an independent, nonprofit accreditor of health and human services. Through accreditation, CARF assists service providers in improving the quality of their services, demonstrating value, and meeting internationally recognized organizational and program standards. Accreditation demonstrates a provider’s commitment to enhance its performance, manage its risk, and distinguish its service delivery. CARF surveyors are professionals in their fields with primary employment at CARF-accredited organization and are considered to be experts in administrative leadership, service oversight, and CARF-related finance.
“As a CARF surveyor, Cheryl will not only share her expertise with other behavioral health organizations across the country,” says Neil Tilow, president and CEO, “she will also bring best practices from those organizations back to Talbert House. This will ultimately improve the quality of care to our clients and their families.”