Commonwealth Credentialing

Professional Centralized Credentialing Services for Central Kentucky since 1999.
For questions about credentialing contact Andrea Tackett, CPCS, email link, (859) 277-1762.

To get the fillable pre-application form, click on the link below and download the document, then click "submit email."
Pre-Application Request Form

Established in 1999 to eliminate duplicative credentialing for members of the Lexington Medical Society and local physicians. One application and one verfication, thus minimizing the administrative burden on the participating healthcare facility, the physician, and practitioner.

Commonwealth Credentialing also processes reappoinment applications for all participating facilities, thus further "lightening the load" for our members, local physicians and facilities.

  • The Joint Commission (TJC) and Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC) compliant

  • All verifications are written from the primary source

  • Convenience of completing one application for multiple facilities

  • Elimination of wastful, duplicative effort

  • Reduction of administrative burdens, saving valuable healthcare dollars

  • Consistency of credentialing process for all participating facilities

  • Processing of initial and reappointment applications for physicians and allied health

  • Timely ane efficient application processing for initial and reappointment

    The annual Commowealth Credentialing Advisory Committee meeting, consisting of representatives from Lexington Clinic, Baptist Health Lexington, Kentucky OneHealth, UK Good Samaritan, Lexington Surgery Center, Kentucky Surgery Center, and Baptist Physician Surgery Center, meets to review the credentialling process and ensure it is in compliance with regulatory guidelines and continues to meet the needs of the facilities.


  • KentuckyOneHealth

  • UK Good Samaritan

  • Baptist Health Lexington

  • Lexington Clinic

  • Baptist Physician Surgery Center

  • Lexington Surgery Center

  • Kentucky Surgery Center