The dose can range from 25 mg up to 100 mg at a time. On average, Clomid course lasts for 5 days and the dose is equal to 50 mg. Proper medicine intake, in accordance with the safety instructions, will guarantee positive results and no harmful side effects.


Oregon hospitals have a choice on accreditation. See below for details.

Joint Commission

The mission of The Joint Commission is to continuously improve the safety and quality of care provided to the public through the provision of health care accreditation and related services that support performance improvement in health care organizations.

  • For the Joint Commission accreditation and regulatory page, click here.
  • For a list of current Joint Commission accredited hospitals in Oregon, click here.

Sentinel Events

Sentinel events are defined as the unexpected loss of life, limb, or function or the potential thereof. Accredited hospitals are required to complete a root cause analysis when a sentinel event occurs. The Joint Commission aggregates sentinel event data and posts it to their website. This information, along with other sentinel event statistics and detailed reports, can be accessed by going to the Joint Commission website by clicking here.


DNV is an international, independent, self-supported, tax-paying foundation whose purpose is safeguarding life, property, and the environment. DNV has a worldwide reputation for quality and integrity in certification, standards development and risk management in a wide range of industries, including extensive international health care experience.

In 2008, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) approved DNVHC by granting it deeming authority for hospitals. DNV’s NIAHO hospital accreditation program provides hospitals with a survey process that integrates accreditation to standards that conforms to the Conditions of Participation (COPs) with ISO 9001 certification , the universally accepted international standard for a quality management system. DNV Healthcare also has deeming authority granted by CMS to accredit critical access hospitals.

HFAP Accreditation

Healthcare Facilities Accreditation Program (HFAP) is authorized by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) to survey hospitals for compliance with the Medicare Conditions of Participation and Coverage.

Created in 1945, HFAP has maintained its deeming authority continuously since the inception of CMS in 1965 and meets or exceeds the standards required by CMS/Medicare to provide accreditation to all hospitals, ambulatory care/surgical facilities, mental health facilities, physical rehabilitation facilities, clinical laboratories, critical access hospitals, and primary stroke centers.

HFAP's surveying process and standards benefit from oversight by a wide range of medical professionals, including both allopathic and osteopathic disciplines.

To read more about HFAP, click here.