Awards & Accreditations

The Joint Commission National Quality Seal of Approval

The Joint Commission National Quality Approval

REHAB is a licensed, nonprofit organization accredited by Joint Commission. This accreditation and certification is recognized nationwide as a symbol of quality that reflects an organization’s commitment to meeting certain performance standards.

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UDSMR

UDSMR Top Performer

REHAB was recognized as a Top Performer for four consecutive years by the Uniform Data System of Medical Rehabilitation (UDSMR). This acknowledgment recognizes REHAB on a national level for its high level of performance and outstanding rehabilitation program excellence.

AACVPR

AACVPR Certified

REHAB’s Cardiac Rehabilitation and Pulmonary Rehabilitation Programs are the only programs in the state that are certified by the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation (AACVPR) for demonstrating our alignment with current guidelines as approved by the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation for the appropriate and effective early outpatient care of patients with cardiac or pulmonary issues.

Seal of Hawaii Business Top 250

Hawaii Business Top 250

Rehabilitation Hospital of the Pacific (REHAB) has been recognized again in 2017 for Hawaii Business magazine’s Top 250, the premier ranking of Hawaii’s largest companies and nonprofits.

Seal of 2016-2017 Healthcare Association of Hawaii (HAH) Member

Healthcare Associate of Hawaii (HAH) Member

REHAB is a member of the Healthcare Association of Hawaii, an organization that works with committed partners and stakeholders to lead the movement toward achieving an equitable, sustainable healthcare system in Hawaii driven to improve quality, efficiency and effectiveness for patients and communities.

 

Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA)

The state of Hawaii is unique in that all of its community hospitals and hospital systems joined efforts to fulfill new requirements under the Affordable Care Act, which the IRS developed guidelines to implement. The Healthcare Association of Hawaii (HAH) led this collaboration to conduct state- and county-wide assessments for its members.The report provides an overview of the Hawaii community health needs.

Together, the Healthcare Association of Hawaii (HAH) member hospitals prioritized the areas of need for the state. The top-ranked priority was Access to Health Services. Next, each hospital conducted an independent prioritization of need to determine their facility-specific priorities. Rehabilitation Hospital of the Pacific (REHAB) has selected the following priority areas:

  • Disabilities
  • Heart Disease and Stroke

2016 Community Health Needs Assessment
2013 Community Health Needs Assessment