The ACHG supports Australia’s health and community sector to improve their clinical and organisational corporate governance.

The initiative of the Victorian Healthcare Association, the peak body of Victoria’s public healthcare sector, provides much-needed practical support to healthservices of all sizes and locations.

The ACHG assists directors of healthcare boards and executive management teams to fulfil their governance responsibilities. Our cost-effective service tailors a governance support program to meet your organisation’s unique needs.

It is challenging for health services to ensure they are supported by good governance.

The ACHG, which has been established by the sector for the sector, will assess and analyse an organisation’s processes against industry best practice governance standards to identify gaps and make practical recommendations.

Established in 2010 as a branch of the Victorian Healthcare Association, the ACHG has been revitalised in response to clear sector need after the release of Targeting Zero: report on the review of Hospital Safety and Quality Assurance in Victoria.

While there is a fee for service, the ACHG operates under a not-for-profit business model and all revenue is invested into developing products and services for the sector.

The ACHG is led by Jo-Anne Moorfoot who has vast experience in corporate and clinical governance with capacity to draw on key industry experts and leaders in governance, quality and risk.

The ACHG liaises with key stakeholders, including the Department of Health and Human Services, Safer Care Victoria and the VMIA to ensure information, products and services are up-to-date and reflect industry requirements.


ACHG’s objective is to assist directors of healthcare boards to fulfil their governance responsibilities.

We can help you to:

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