QICSA currently has almost 300 member organisations for which it provides accreditation and capacity building services. These organisations are primarily not-for-profit community based organisations, which are either accredited or working towards accreditation. We also work with a wide range of non-member organisations and stakeholders in projects related to quality in health and community services.
QICSA’s members are located across metropolitan, regional and rural areas, and include service providers, peak bodies, and advocacy and policy organisations. These organisations range from very small organisations (staff of less than 5 EFT) to large organisations (over 500 staff).
QICSA’s members span a diverse range of sectors:
General Practice Networks
Specialist Health Services
Aboriginal Community-Controlled Health Services / Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisations
Housing and Homelessness Support
Drug and Alcohol
Children, Youth and Family Services
Psychiatric Disability Rehabilitation and Support
Sexual Assault and Family Violence.
QICSA builds up close working relationships with its member organisations. Through these relationships, QICSA has developed a strong knowledge of strategic and operational issues across these sectors, and an understanding of the strategies that are most effective in promoting quality improvement and sector development.