Practice accreditation

The practice is accredited (a process carried out every 3 years) and thus meets the standards expected of high quality general practice.

To be accredited, a general practice must provide the highest possible standards of patient care. The accreditation process involves a review of all systems, particularly:

  • medical records
  • drug and equipment storage
  • sterilisation and infection control
  • vaccine management
  • emergency management
  • staff education and training

DCMC was most recently accredited in 2016.

Further information about accreditation of general practices is available from GPA AccreditationPlus.