ENETS Centers of Excellence (CoE)

Accreditation and certification are methods to ensure quality by setting standards and following robust and transparent measurement processes.

These standards should help the patient to identify high-value service and therapy options. Healthcare professions benefit from increased recognition and ongoing improvements to their services. ENETS believes that its standard setting and its influence on professional organisations lead to a positive impact on patient outcomes.

In 2008, ENETS set up an accreditation /certification program which allows applying centres to display  

  • the competence and expertise of the multidisciplinary team
  • knowledge about and adherence to ENETS guidelines and
  • patient oriented care
  • to increase participation in clinical trials as well as
  • to establish a systematic approach for a collaborative continuous improvement and benchmark system for the participating centers.

Currently, there are 69 accredited ENETS CoEs.

In this section of the website, you can find out information on current CoEs, use the interactive world map, and learn about the CoE procedure and programme.

Updated ENETS CoE Policy

ENETS has updated its ENETS CoE policy for non European centers applying for accreditation in 2023/24!

• Applications for new ENETS CoEs will only be open to European centers over the next 3-5 years.
• This change in policy will not affect currently accredited extra-EU CoEs in Australia, Israel and the USA.

Important Dates


Deadline for the submission of annual return data:

30 April 2025

Application deadline for the certification procedure:

30 April 2025

Congratulations to the new ENETS Centers of Excellence (CoE) in 2024

ENETS would like to congratulate two new CoEs on their initial accreditation in the beginning of 2024:

  • University Hospital Krakow, Poland - Lead: Prof. Anna Sowa-Staszczak
  • University Hospital of Münster, Germany - Lead: Prof. Dr. Andreas Pascher