You can check the registration details and status of your employees using one of the following services:
- Registers of Practitioners
- Convert pre-AHPRA Registration Numbers
- Multiple Registration Checks
- Late Period
1. Registers of Practitioners
This is a free service where you can check the registration details of a practitioner, one at a time. If you want to check the registration details of a few employees only, it may be quicker to check individually using the Registers of Practitioners.
2. Convert pre-AHPRA Registration Numbers
On 1 July 2010, AHPRA issued a new registration number to every health practitioner registered in Australia. The new number replaces any registration number issued by any of the previous state-based boards. The employee registration number look-up provides a quick way to obtain the new AHPRA-issued registration number of each health practitioner employed by your organisation.
The registration details will be sent to the email address that you have registered with AHPRA. You should check your email address and update it if incorrect, before submitting your request online.
3. Multiple Registration Checks
This is an online subscription service where an employer can request the publically available registration details of multiple practitioners, up to 50,000 practitioners at a time using their new AHPRA registration numbers. This is designed for use by large-scale employers and other eligible organisations.
If you believe you are eligible to use this service, please use our enquiry form to request access to the service. On the enquiry form, please select “Online Services - Employer” in the drop down menu for “category of enquiry”. After submitting your request, you will be contacted directly by an AHPRA staff member to validate your identity and eligibility to use the service.
There is no charge for this service at this time.
4. Is my employee in the late period?
When you search the Registers of Practitioners you will see that every registrant has a registration expiry date. On some occasions, you may observe that a registrant still has a status of registered, and yet their registration expiry date is in the past.
The National Law provides for a one month late period for renewals. This means that registrants have until one month after their registration expiry date to apply for renewal.
Once the registrant has applied for renewal of registration, the registration remains in force until a decision is made.
If a registrant has not made an application for renewal within the late period, then AHPRA will regard their registration as lapsed, and remove them from the register. AHPRA will also write to former registrants to advise them of this action.