Welcome to the on-line National Registers. These provide up to date information on the registration status of health practitioners who are registered to practise in Australia.
If a health practitioner has the word ‘registered‘ as their status they are registered and are legally able to practise, within the scope of their registration.
More information about the terms used in the register can be found in the Glossary.
Search the registers of practitioners
Anyone can check a health practitioner’s registration by searching the on-line National Registers. The quickest and easiest way to search is by name and profession. To search for information about a health practitioner, enter 'Family Name' or 'Registration Number'.
Since July 2010, practitioners have been given a new registration number, so registration numbers allocated to practitioners before 30 June 2010 are not recognised. A maximum of 50 results will be returned - complete more fields to narrow your search.
If you need assistance, please complete a web enquiry or contact AHPRA on 1300 419 495.
These registers do not hold information about health practitioners whose registration has been cancelled. Practitioners whose registration has been cancelled are published in the list of Cancelled Health Practitioners.