Audit Support

The Aged Care Certification Monitoring Team support the South Island District Health Board Planning and Funding teams to monitor and follow-up all requirements arising from the certification audit process of aged care facilities in the South Island.
The function of the Aged Care Certification Monitoring Team is to monitor the progress of aged residential care facilities in meeting contractual requirements and their provision of quality health care services.

This includes:

  • Liaising with and support of DHB staff, service providers, contract auditors, and other Health bodies with an interest in Aged Care Certification Monitoring.
  • Monitoring and reporting on service providers’ progress in meeting audit requirements. This is documented via the service’s Progress Monitoring Report (PMR)

The Aged Care Quality Assessors are all registered nurses with a current practising certificate and have experience in aged care and auditing

News

  • Improving Care For Aged Care Residents
    27 Feb 2018

    News 27 Feb 2018 The South Island Alliance’s Aged Care Certification Monitoring Team, Elizabeth Lear, Margaret Roigard and Halie Marsden. The South Island Alliance’s quality assessors for aged residential care (ARC) play a vital role in ensuring facilities are providing consistent, high quality health care. “The most rewarding thing is being able to make a difference […]