Membership

We are proud to welcome a broad range of members from Australia and around the world, and from across the healthcare spectrum.

As a member of ACHS, you gain access to our exclusive programs and services, as well as support and advice from our expert team.

Our members are either certified, accredited, or working towards accreditation. All are committed to patient care and service delivery, and recognise the need for continued quality improvement.

Our member organisations include: hospitals, day procedure centres, drug and alcohol support centres, mental health services, dental and oral health services, and many more.

To learn more about our services and membership, please click here to read our corporate brochure.

47
years

We are Australia’s most accomplished healthcare accreditation service, and have 47+ years’ experience.

82 + 63
percent

Join others accredited by ACHS, including 82% of the public hospital sector, and 63% of private hospitals.

000s
members

We have provided thousands of organisations with accreditations based on ever-evolving industry requirements.

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Member benefits

Become a member
Member benefits
  • Expert help and support: unlimited customer service and advice at every stage of the assessment process, including in the pre-assessment and self-assessment phases.
  • Benchmarking: free subscription to our Clinical Indicator Program – the world’s largest dedicated clinical indicator data collection and reporting service.
  • Online tools: easily submit your data online and gain access to our user-friendly digital accreditation tools as well as webinars and virtual workshops.
  • Guidelines and resources: wide library of tools and members-only resources to help you optimise your performance, including a regular e-newsletter.
  • Continual improvement: access to our Improvement Academy at affordable rates.

Ready to take the next step?

If your organisation is interested in ACHS accreditation and membership, contact us to find out which option best meets your needs. Please note that membership is for the organisation as a whole, not specific individuals.