Quality Improvement and Accreditation


Quality Improvement and Accreditation is a continuous cycle of using feedback and evidence to make improvements. Providing high quality services is important to us. Everything we do meets or exceeds industry accreditation standards.


What does this mean for you?

We are fully accredited with the Quality Improvement Council (QIC) Health and Community Services Standards. To ensure that we continue to meet these standards we are regularly reviewed to ensure that we are delivering a high quality, safe and effective service.

To find out more about accreditation visit http://www.qip.com.au/become-accredited/what-is-accreditation/

What does this mean for you?

We are a NDIS Registered Provider – we can support people with a disability to explore and build their lives by providing a range of groups, services and events.

If you have general inquiries about NDIS @Nexus contact Christian Bell: Nexus Access & Support Officer on 1300 77 33 52.

If you have an NDIS Plan and wish to access services at Nexus and would like more information contact Cassie Browne: Nexus Disability Case Manager on 1300 77 33 52.

To find out how to access the NDIS go to Accessing NDIS or visit your nearest NDIS Office.

Your questions are are answered in weekly NDIS Q & A Updates.

What does this mean for you?

Nexus is a registered charity – Promoting the Registered Charity Tick on Nexus Marketing Materials is a useful way for our organisation to highlight our charitable status, along with our listing on the Charity Register.

The Australian Charities and Not-for- profits Commission (ACNC) has created the new Tick of Charity Registration (Registered Charity Tick) to help charities show the public that they’re registered with the ACNC.

What does this mean for you?

Our GP services provided at the Nexus GP SuperClinic Wallan & Nexus Kinglake Ranges Health Centre are committed to:

  • Achieving the nationally recognised Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) Standards for General Practices that focus on providing you with high quality health care in a safe environment,
  • Engaging all of our staff to review our practice’s systems and processes,
  • Allowing a team of independent surveyors to assess how our practice operates.

General Practice accreditation is a voluntary process – which means not all practices undergo an independent on-site assessment on a regular basis.

To learn more about the benefits of accreditation to you, your family and the Australian community visit www.agpal.com.au or http://www.agpal.com.au/for-consumers/#whatMeansForConsumers