Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency


Register of practitioners

You can search the Register of Practitioners for the registration status and details of health practitioners.

Check the status of your renewal application

This search lets you check that AHPRA has received your application to renew your registration and tells you which of three stages it is in.

Registration Process

The core role of the National Boards is to protect the public. One of the ways they do this is by making sure that only practitioners who have the skills and qualifications to provide safe care to the Australian community are registered to practise their profession.

Registration Standards

Registration standards define the requirements that applicants and registrants need to meet to be registered.

Practitioner Services

Registered practitioners can access online services to renew registration, amend contact details and check registration.

Employer Services

Employers can use online services to check the registration details of their employees and amend employer contact details.

Graduate Applications

Students who plan to start working as a health practitioner in Australia upon graduation are encouraged to apply for registration early, four to six weeks before completing their course.

Graduate Applications for Registration FAQ

Frequently asked questions about graduate applications for registration.

Student Registration

Under the National Law, students have been registered from 2011.

Provisional to General Information

Medical and pharmacy interns with provisional registration seeking to work unsupervised as health practitioners in Australia must obtain general registration before they are eligible to work unsupervised.


AHPRA and the National Boards are developing a nationally-consistent approach to auditing health practitioners’ compliance with mandatory registration standards.

Monitoring and compliance
Regulation of paramedics
Page reviewed 27/07/2012