How to become accredited and maintain accreditation in our Outpatient Pediatric Dentistry Program
Accredited pediatric dentistry facilities must meet standards written for the delivery of safe pediatric dental care requiring unique anesthesia delivery and disinfection practices. This program is designed to ensure optimal patient safety while meeting the specific needs of the pediatric dentistry community. Review our frequently asked questions about the Pediatric Dentistry Program to learn more about the process and the benefits of becoming accredited by AAAASF.
Accreditation Process for Outpatient Pediatric Dentistry
Below is a list of documentation that must be completed for the Outpatient Pediatric Dentistry Application. Please mail completed documentation to AAAASF at 7500 Grand Ave, Suite 200, Gurnee, IL 60031 or fax to 847-775-1985. You may also scan and email to email@example.com.
- Application Form with payment
- Floor plan for facility
- A copy of each physician/dentist State Medical License
- A copy of each physician/dentist Board Certificate or letter of admissibility by the certifying board
- Authorization to Release Information Form signed by each physician/dentist on staff
- HIPAA Business Associate Agreement
- Facility Identification Form
- Staff Identification Form
- Facility Director’s Attestation Form
- Anesthesia Validation Form (This replaces the Random Case Review Form)
Once the documentation is received in the AAAASF office it will be reviewed within 10 business days and you will be contacted if additional paperwork is needed.
Please review the Standards and Checklist Manual carefully before submitting the completed documentation to AAAASF.
Parents & Guardians
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