|Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP)
A specialist medical college for general practice in Australia that:
- set the standards for general practice
- define education curricula
- monitor the quality of education
- conduct assessments for GPs in Australia.
|Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM)
||A medical college dedicated to rural and remote medicine. ACRRM trains and supports aspiring and experienced rural general practitioners (GPs) and rural generalists.
|Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA)
||Regulates all of Australia's health practitioners in partnership with the national boards. There is a national board for each health profession, including the Medical Board of Australia which has responsibility for all medical practitioners (including GPs)
|Australian Medical Council (AMC)
||The national standards body responsible for medical education and training. The AMC accredits medical schools and colleges and assesses individual international medical graduates (IMGs).
|Medical Board of Australia (MBA)
||The Medical Board of Australia:
- registers medical practitioners and medical students
- develops standards, codes and guidelines for the medical profession
- investigates notifications and complaints about medical practitioners
- where necessary, conducts panel hearings and refers serious matters to tribunal hearings
- assesses international medical graduates (IMGs) who wish to practise in Australia
- approves accreditation standards and accredited courses of study.