RACGP GPE ASSESSMENT – 100 POINTS OF EVIDENCE

RACGP GPE ASSESSMENT – 100 POINTS OF EVIDENCE

When submitting an application for an RACGP General Practice Experience assessment, you are required to submit 100 points of evidence for any GP positions within the last 10 years you would like assessed.

There have been some additions to what can be provided for 100 points of evidence, so we have outline this for you below.

As part of the 100 points of evidence, you will be asked to provide at least one of the documents listed as an independently verifiable documentation and the remaining points can be gained through corroborating documentation.

 

Independently Verifiable Documentation

RACGP will require at least one of the following documents to be provided to assess a position:

Letter of Support from Practice Manager

  • Must be on the practice letterhead and include your name, position, hours per week, duties & dates worked.
  • Worth 40 points

Documentation issued by a Universal Health Care System Provider

  • Must state the location of the practice and feature billing information for all or part of the period being claimed.
  • Worth 40 points

 

Corroborating Documentation

To obtain the remaining points, you can provide the following documents:

Letter of Support from a Medical Director of a Local Hospital:

  • You can provide a maximum of 3 of these letters and each letter will be worth 20 points.
  • The Letter of Support will need to be on their letterhead and state the length of time they have known you and in what capacity (i.e. referrals)

Letter of Support from Other Medical Professional:

  • You can provide a maximum of 3 of these letters and each letter will be worth 10 points.
  • The Letter of Support will need to be on their letterhead and state the length of time they have known you and in what capacity (i.e. colleagues or referrals)

Photocopies of De-Identified Patient Records:

  • You will need to provide 20 copies of de-identified patient records and will be worth 10 points

Logbook of 100 Patients:

  • This will include a description of patients, illnesses presented and recommended treatment and follow up
  • Worth 10 points
  • A template for this can be provided by RACGP

Photos of the practice featuring yourself:

  • Will need to provide 5 photos of you within the practice and this will be worth 10 points

Referral Letters Provided to Patients:

  • Will need to provide 5 referral letters and this will be worth 10 points
  • Letters must be de-identified

Case Histories:

  • Will need to provide 10 case histories and this will be worth 10 points
  • Must be de-identified

Letters from Specialists with Feedback from Referrals:

  • Can provide a maximum of 3 letters and each is worth 10 points

Evidence of Practice Audit Participation from an Accrediting Body:

  • Must have been conducted during the dates you were working at the practice and include the practice details and your name
  • Worth 10 points

Job Roster:

  • Worth 5 points

Statement from an Accountant:

  • Must confirm the hours and dates worked in the practice
  • Worth 5 points

 

Do I need to provide all of the above documents?

No, you do not need to provide all of the documents listed below. You only need to provide up to 100 points of evidence.

 

Non-English Documents

If the original documents provided to RACGP are not in English, you will need to provide a certified official and endorsed English translation of the document along with the original copy.

 

How We Can Help You:

If you are looking for further guidance on your RACGP General Practice Assessment or would like to ask further questions about the information mentioned, this is something our team can help you with. Contact us directly on [email protected].

 

Information for this blog has been taken directly from:

People Medical Consulting are a team of professionals with a passion for guiding those specialising in the Medical industry to find their career pathway and settle into Australia. Working with both Australian trained and Overseas trained professionals, we have extensive experience in Recruitment of General Practitioners and Document Assistance for those requiring support with RACGP, AHPRA, 19AA and 19AB Medicare Exemptions.

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