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Accreditation and Quality Improvement processes are vital and ongoing at Kerang District Health. Kerang District Health has successfully achieved ACHS accreditation by meeting the requirements of the Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care’s (the ACSQHC’s) National Safety and Quality Health Service (NSQHS) Standards.
Hospital Accreditation – ACHS – Fully compliant – Accredited until 3 November 2024
Aged Care Accreditation – ACSAA – Fully compliant – Accredited until 7 March 2022 (Glenarm Nursing Home). Due to COVID-19 in 2020 this had been extended.
As part of the Australian Council on Health Care Standards accreditation process, periodic reviews are undertaken and recommendations resulting from the periodic reviews are addressed and reported to the ACHS via self-assessment reporting. Kerang District Health also elected, as part of the periodic review, to undergo a gap analysis against the eight National Safety and Quality Health Care Standards. During February 2019 Glenarm Residential Aged Care facility underwent an unannounced support visit. Compliance was met with no recommendations received.
Hand Hygiene Audit Results
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Kerang District Health has been nominated in the category “Most Outstanding Hospital” for the Australian Patients Association (APA) awards.
Finalists and winners are chosen by a distinguished panel of experts within the health industry.
The winning hospital will be announced at the APA Gala dinner on Thursday 29th July which will be held this year at the Sofitel on Collins, Melbourne.
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