100 POINTS OF EVIDENCE FOR AN RACGP OVERSEAS GENERAL PRACTICE EXPERIENCE ASSESSMENT

An RACGP General Practice Experience assessment will assess your Overseas General Practice experience from the last 10 years in consideration to Australian General Practice. For an application you will need to 100 points of evidence in addition to other supporting documents. 

 

WHAT IS THE 100 POINTS OF EVIDENCE? 

For each overseas General Practice experience position, you would like assessed by RACGP, you are required to provide 100 points of evidence. 

Please note, RACGP will only assess General Practice experience within the last 10 years of your application. 

As part of the application you are required to provide a Letter of Support from the Practice Principal or Practice Manager. To make up the remaining points you can provide the following documents: 

  • Letter of Support from the Medical Director or Superintendent of a local hospital  
  • Letter of Support from Colleagues or Medical Professionals in the Region 
  • 20 De-identified copies of patient records 
  • 5 photos of the practice and facilities featuring yourself 
  • 5 referral letters provided to patients 
  • 10 case histories 
  • 5 reply letters from specialist regarding patient consultation following referral 
  • Evidence of practice audit participation from an accrediting body 
  • Job roster 

For all supporting documentation, RACGP will require a certified official copy of the original document and an endorsed English translation of these documents if needed. 

 

WHAT TO DO IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO PROVIDE 100 POINTS OF EVIDENCE: 

If there are extenuating circumstances and you are not able to provide 100 points of evidence, you have the option of providing a Statutory Declaration.  

The Statutory Declaration will need to include the following: 

  • Which documents you are not able to provide 
  • The reason you are unable to provide the documents 
  • The steps you have taken to obtain the documents 
  • The evidence the documents would have shown if provided. 

If you must provide a Statutory Declaration to make up the remaining points, you should still provide as many points of evidence via the supporting documents as possible for each position. 

RACGP do not have a specific Statutory Declaration they require you to fill out. Statutory Declarations can be found online, we recommend using a Statutory Declaration specific to the state you are residing in. 

Additionally, if you work or have worked in sole practice you will prepare a Statutory Declaration to explain why you are not able to provide the 100 points of Evidence for this position. 

 

HOW WE CAN HELP YOU: 

If you are looking for further guidance on RACGP GPE assessments or would like to ask further questions about the information mentioned, this is something our team can help you with. Contact us directly on admin@peoplemedical.com.au. 

 

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People Medical Consulting are a team of professionals with a passion for guiding those specialising in the Medical industry to find their career pathway and settle into Australia. Working with both Australian trained and Overseas trained professionals, we have extensive experience in Recruitment of General Practitioners and Document Assistance for those requiring support with RACGP, AHPRA, 19AA and 19AB Medicare Exemptions.