Belgrave Medical Clinic has been Accredited since 27th April 2001

What is Accreditation?

The College of General Practice (RACGP) is responsible for writing the Standards for General Practices in Australia.  The RACGP Standards are one of the pillars of safety and quality in the Australian Healthcare system.

The Standards are designed to keep Australian General Practice at the forefront of safe, high quality primary healthcare delivery in Australia.

The RACGP Standards for General Practices are subject to a rigorous accreditation process through the International Society for Quality in Healthcare.

What is quality?
Quality service provision in the health care setting is maintained by measuring the degree to which a practice meets the requirements of set performance standards.
These standards encourage General Practices to monitor and continually improve the services the practice provides, including education, practice management, the rights and needs of patients and the physical facilities of the practice.

AGPAL Accreditation
Our practice is assessed against the RACGP standards by the independent accreditation agency AGPAL.   We are proud to display the AGPAL accreditation logo as evidence of our hard working staff and their achievement to comply with these performance standards for over 10 years.

AGPAL accreditation is recognised by the Commonwealth Department of Health and Ageing as proof our practice complies with all performance standards.



1575 Burwood Highway, Tecoma, Vic, 3160




for All Hours Care

Tel: (03) 9757 8000

Fax: (03) 9754 4611


Clinic Hours

Mon       8.30am - 8.00pm

Tue        8.30am - 8.00pm

Wed       8.30am - 8.00pm

Thu        8.30am - 8.00pm

Fri         8.30am - 5.30pm
Sat  8.30am - 12.00 Noon 

Sunday  CLOSED


Please Note:
We want to provide you the best possible care, as well as protect our staff and our patients because of coronavirus outbreak and risks.
All patients will be offered a Telehealth or face to face consultation and will be asked to present at the reception triage check point 15 minutes earlier. Patients should be prepared to answer screening questions.