Comprehensive, coordinated and high-quality general practice care in residential aged care facilities
The RACGP has developed the Standards for general practice residential aged care (1st edition) (Standards for GPRAC) to support and enhance the delivery of high-quality and safe general practitioner care to residents in residential aged care facilities (RACFs).
The Standards for GPRAC focus on the clinical and systemic interface between the GP and the RACF care team. They set out essential minimum requirements for GPs in order for them to provide high-quality and safe care in this setting.
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