Verification process

Under arrangements with the Medical Council, the ICGP is required to verify the activity recorded by a random sample of enrolees annually.

This is a supportive process to help enrolees identify where they may have gaps in their evidence or where they have recorded activity incorrectly.

Please see our step-by-step guide to verification.

Difference between the Medical Council audit and the ICGP verification process

Q. What is the difference between the Medical Council audit and the ICGP verification process? » read more

How does the verification process work in practice?

A. There are 2 Audit processes for the PCS. » read more

I have received notification from the ICGP about the verification process, but I am missing certificates. What should I do?

Q. I have received notification from the ICGP about the verification process, but I am missing certificates. What should I do? » read more

Verification process: Procedure

Q. What happens if you are selected as part of the verification process conducted by ICGP? » read more

Verification process: What is involved?

Q. I have received a letter about the verification process and I'm not sure what I need to do? » read more