AGPAL is currently looking for experienced general practice professionals who want to be involved in and serve their community. Our surveyors are enthusiastic about mentoring and education, and they believe in quality improvement as both continuous and essential to professional practice.
Our most committed surveyors want to be positive change agents in their profession, and they value the lifestyle opportunities that surveying offers. The varying locations of clients and the autonomy that AGPAL offers are rewarding aspects of the work which is reported to, and can make a welcome change from the typical role surveyors perform in their practices.
AGPAL encourages applications from:
- Experienced general practitioners
- Practice managers
- Practice nurses
- Allied health professionals
- Doctors with hospital experience
- Doctors with correctional services or prisons experience, and/or
- Doctors with aged care experience.
The primary role of an AGPAL Surveyor is an important and rewarding one – to assess the safety and quality of care provided by general practices against the RACGP Standards for general practices, including an on-site accreditation assessment.
Surveyors are the face of AGPAL’s accreditation program for general practice in Australia.
Surveyors have a unique opportunity to promote quality improvement while developing their own professional skills and gaining a unique insight into the diverse contexts of general practice nationally.
Our surveyors note that this brings great value to their own practices, through the uptake of innovative ideas, systems and processes shared during assessments.
Surveying with AGPAL
The surveyor pathway
Successful applicants undertake our online training
attend an observation visit
are nominated for a mentor trained visit
become fully qualified!
Applications now open – join us as an AGPAL Surveyor
If you would like to become part of our GP Surveyor or Co-Surveyor workforce, submit your details through the form below and we will be in touch.