Certification denotes a process by which The National Association of Health Unit Coordinators, Inc. grants recognition for basic knowledge (or competency) to an individual who has met certain predetermined qualifications specified by NAHUC.  Certification is a voluntary process and is granted for three years, subject to the recertification policy.  Certification enhances the personal and professional growth of the health unit coordinator.  Certification is a step in the professional ladder that shows the employer, other health professionals, and consumers that you are actively participating in your professional growth and development.

"A Story of Health Unit Coordinator Certification"