Better Standards for General Practice
Accreditation is an independent activity undertaken by general practices showing that a practice meets the Standards for General Practice set out by the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP). Accreditation demonstrates a practice's dedication to delivering high quality care and safety to their patients.
General Practices obtain accreditation from an independent accreditation agency. The agency will be able to assist the process and provide support for requirements, the process usually takes 12-18 months.
Improving the quality and safety of service delivery to the community
Supporting practices undertaking accreditation
Country SA PHN Practice Support team provides support for practices undertaking accreditation for the first time, or for those undergoing re-accreditation. This support includes:
For more information please visit the Practice Support Health Connections Community website.