About

This section provides contact information for online enquiries, telephone enquiries and postal address/office address for all AHPRA offices.

The Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) is the organisation responsible for the implementation of the National Registration and Accreditation Scheme across Australia.

The role of the Agency Management Committee is to oversee the affairs of AHPRA, to decide its policies, and to ensure AHPRA functions properly, effectively and efficiently working with the National Health Practitioner Boards.

Directives and Communiqués from the Ministers are published on this page.

AHPRA and the National Boards regularly consult with advisory groups to gather feedback, information and advice on a wide range of issues.

Vacant positions at AHPRA are advertised in this section.

Anyone can make a complaint about AHPRA, the Agency Management Committee or a National Board. This section includes information about the process.

Information relating to aspects of privacy most relevant to AHPRA staff functions in gathering personal information and its appropriate use.

This section explains how your personal information is managed by AHPRA and how you can access that information.

These principles are designed to shape thinking about regulatory decision-making in the National Scheme. They are endorsed by all the National Boards and the Agency Management Committee.

This section outlines how AHPRA and the National Boards are improving their websites to make them more accessible.

 
 
Page reviewed 12/01/2015