Redesignation For Magnet® Facilities
Maintaining your Magnet® status
In order maintain access to the benefits of Magnet® designation, every health care organization that has been awarded the status must reapply every four years.
The deadline for when an application for redesignation must be received depends upon when the prior Magnet designation was granted. The specific deadlines are outlined below (with the documentation required to reach us by the first business day of the relevant month):
|IF YOUR CURRENT DESIGNATION BEGAN THIS MONTH...||SUBMIT YOUR DOCUMENTS 4 YEARS LATER IN THIS MONTH|
Your Magnet designation won’t expire while the re-appraisal process is being carried out, as long as all of the documentation has reached us by the required date.
The Redesignation Process
The three-step process to begin Magnet redesignation application is similar to that which your organization went through to initially achieve Magnet designation:
Step 1: Application
By completing the required online Magnet Recognition Application form, you establish your organization’s status as a redesignation applicant. This document collects valuable information to enable us to build the appropriate appraisal team for your organization.
Step 2: Payment
Once the application has been received, you will receive an online application receipt. This must be returned to us – with a non-refundable application fee made payable to “ANCC” – via:
ANCC Magnet Recognition
P.O. Box 505035
St. Louis, MO 63150–5035
Step 3: Supportive documents
The final step of the redesignation application is to email the following attachments to MagnetApplications@ana.org (using your organization’s name in the subject line):
- Chief Nursing Officer's curriculum vitae or resume.
- Current facility organizational chart showing the CNO and nursing's relationship to the entire facility.
- Current nursing organizational chart. Include all areas where nursing is practiced.
- List of the externally managed database(s) use for nurse satisfaction, patient satisfaction, and nurse-sensitive indicators.
- Institutional review board (IRB) attestation letter.
- Nurse Leadership Education and Reporting Table [xls]
If you have any questions about any part of the Magnet redesignation process, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
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