The reassurance of high quality healthcare for you and your family – Visit an AGPAL accredited general practice
When you next visit your local AGPAL accredited practice, be sure to look for the AGPAL Accredited General Practice Symbol. A practice that has the AGPAL Accredited Symbol is committed to delivering safe and quality focused healthcare for you, your family and the community.
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Accreditation means the focus is on you and your family
Visiting an AGPAL accredited practice means your doctor and the entire practice team are committed to improving and ensuring their systems, processes, culture, service delivery and actions to meet a nationally recognised set of standards – the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) Standards for general practices. This means the provision and reassurance of high quality healthcare and safe practises provided to you, their patients.
It is important to note that accreditation is a voluntary process and means your doctor and their team are dedicated and passionate about the level of care they deliver to you.
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Achieving AGPAL accreditation takes dedication, team work and a commitment to continuous quality improvement.
Practices that choose to undergo AGPAL accreditation commit themselves to a comprehensive program which involves the practice team reviewing the practice’s systems and processes, prior to an independent on-site assessment conducted by a team of AGPAL Surveyors.
From reception staff to the practice manager; from the practice nurses to the doctors; the entire team works together to achieve accreditation and ensure you get the best quality healthcare.
The standards are set by the profession for the profession.
The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) develop and own the accreditation Standards for Australian general practices. Representing over 32,000 general practitioners, the RACGP conduct research, lobby and advocate on issues that influence GPs and their practice teams.