Review of general practice accreditation arrangements

Closed 8 Sep 2021

Opened 11 Aug 2021

Results updated 17 Jun 2024



The Department of Health has commissioned an independent review of general practice accreditation arrangements. 

The purpose of this consultation is to seek stakeholder feedback on the strengths and limitations of general practice accreditation and its intersection with educational accreditation. The contribution of diverse perspectives, experiences and knowledge of all stakeholders are valued and respected.

This feedback will inform a final report to be delivered to the Department in October 2021.

The full consultation paper can be viewed here: Review of general practice accreditation arrangements - Consultation Paper

An overview of the survey questions can be viewed here: Survey Questions.

Consultation Information

mpconsulting is seeking stakeholder feedback on the matters raised in the consultation paper through submissions and/or responses to the online survey.

The survey will close at midnight 8 September 2021. If you have any queries about completing the survey, please email

mpconsulting will also be facilitating a number of forums with stakeholders - please see Participating in a forum for more information. If you are interested in participating in a forum, you must register your interest before 19 August 2021.

If you have any queries about the Review or how you can be involved, please email

Your feedback will help inform recommendations to the Department about how to improve the accreditation of general practices.

Thank you for your interest and we look forward to hearing your views.

What happens next

The consultation has now closed and responses are being collated.

For further information please contact 


  • Non-government organisations
  • State government agencies
  • Commonwealth agencies
  • Health professionals
  • Health workforce
  • General public
  • Community groups


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