Acknowledgement of Country

In the spirit of reconciliation, CheckUP acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to their Elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples should be aware that this website contains images or names of people who have passed away.




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CheckUP works with partner organisations and health providers to create healthier communities and reduce health inequities through a range of initiatives.

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Feedback Policy and Procedure

CheckUP is committed to and involved with the establishment, implementation, and review of a customer-focused, and continually improving business environment.

We welcome feedback and shall accept feedback up to three months after the occurrence of the event. Feedback also includes compliments, complaints, and clinical incidents.

The CheckUP Feedback Policy and Procedure aims to identify service improvements, increase customer satisfaction, strengthen customer input into our services, acknowledge areas of excellence, and respond effectively and independently to feedback provided.

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Clinical Incident Policy and Procedure

CheckUP has a commitment to ensuring the identification and management of clinical risks and incidents is an integral part of business practice and quality management and is in keeping with its Clinical Governance and Risk Management Frameworks. This policy outlines CheckUP’s principles regarding clinical risks and clinical incidents, including that of open disclosure, as well as a consistent process for the management of incident reporting and risk management.

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Privacy Policy

CheckUP is governed by the Australian Privacy Principles (“APPs”) under the Privacy Act 1988. This document sets out CheckUP’s Privacy Policy.

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CheckUP Work Health and Safety Statement

CheckUP takes the safety and health of its workers seriously and expects the same approach from any contractors it engages. This statement has been prepared to bring to your attention that you may have your own duties under the above legislation.

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Quality Policy Statement

CheckUP is dedicated to the development of quality systems and the pursuit of continual improvement across all our operations. We believe that quality is the responsibility of all staff. Central to our commitment is the implementation and maintenance of a comprehensive quality management system based on ISO 9001: 2015. We work together using a risk-based approach to meet the requirements set out in this Standard and ensure we provide the very best possible quality of service to our customers and the communities we serve.

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Reaching Out Edition 77 – March 2024

View the March 2024 edition of our Outreach eNewsletter, Reaching Out.

Reaching Out is our latest news for CheckUP Outreach providers, host facilities, communities and stakeholders. Reaching Out is sent every second month

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Workforce and Skills Development e-News – February 2024

This is the first edition of CheckUP’s Workforce Skills and  Development Newsletter for 2024.

In this edition, we bring you news and sector updates, information about valuable funding opportunities, support tailored for small businesses, and details for upcoming events.

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IMPACT Magazine Issue 10

This milestone tenth edition of IMPACT magazine, coincides with CheckUP’s 25th anniversary that took place in 2023.

For 25 years CheckUP has been dedicated to creating better health for people and communities who need it most. While our programs have diversified over the years, the work that is highlighted in this publication has one common thread that binds them all – the power of collaboration. The impact of our work stands as a testament to the collective efforts of our partners, members, and providers, who have all played a role in supporting health and well-being across Queensland.

In this edition you’ll find stories from across Queensland, from Cherbourg to Palm Island and all the way up to the Torres Strait! For us, IMPACT magazine is not just a publication; but a celebration of the people and communities who feature throughout these pages.

We hope you take time to read these stories and learn more about the wonderful work taking place.

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Health Gateway to Industry Schools eNews – February 2024

View the February edition of the Health Gateway to Industry Schools eNews online.

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Reaching Out Edition 76 – January 2024

View the January 2024 edition of our Outreach eNewsletter, Reaching Out.

Reaching Out is our latest news for CheckUP Outreach providers, host facilities, communities and stakeholders. Reaching Out is sent every second month

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