The Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency works in partnership with the National Boards to ensure that Australia’s registered health practitioners are suitably trained, qualified and safe to practise. Public safety is our priority.
Want to register as a practitioner?
How to apply
Concerned about a practitioner?
How to report
Applying for graduate registration
Professional practice resources
Uploading application documents
Cancelled health practitioner register
Renew my registration
Check my renewal application
I am a health practitioner and a notification has been made about me
Download my registration certificate
Update my contact details
Request for Certificate of Registration Status (CORS)
Check employee registration status
Find out about our Practitioner Information Exchange service
Update your contact details
We want the public to have trust and confidence in regulated health practitioners. As well as developing a range of resources to support practitioners, Ahpra and the National Boards also post regular updates about our work to keep the public informed and to promote transparency in our processes.
There are multiple practitioner member and community member vacancies arising on 13 health profession National Boards.
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CODES AND GUIDELINES
Standards, codes and guidelines
How we manage concerns about practitioners
Have your say on the role of consumers in accreditation
Regulators come together as one million Australians turn to medicinal cannabis treatments
Call for applications for appointment to the Medical Radiation Practice Accreditation Committee
How to submit a concern
Our work to support notifiers and strengthen public safety
Sexual boundaries in the doctor–patient relationship
Codes of conduct
Have you had a bad experience with cosmetic surgery? Or do you know of somebody who is practising cosmetic surgery unsafely? Call us on 1300 361 041.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health and Cultural Safety Strategy
I have a concern. Am I in the right place?
What happens when someone reports a concern?
Who is required to make a mandatory notification?
Look up a health practitioner to check their registration status, qualifications and suitability to care for you.
Look up a practitioner
Cancelled, disqualified and prohibited health practitioners
Tips for using the register
Wide-ranging reforms of the Health Practitioner Regulation National Law focused on public safety.
Through listening to the experiences of Indigenous practitioners, we aim to increase and support the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health workforce.
Check out the resources hub that supports professional practice and safe healthcare by all regulated health professions.
Would you like to help protect the safety of the public and contribute to health practitioner regulation?
Helping practitioners understand their obligations when advertising, including the laws that apply.
DATA AND STATISTICS
Ahpra believes in the importance of publicly reporting our data. We publish quarterly performance reports for each state and territory.
Learn about the behaviour that is expected of practitioners in 12 regulated health professions.
Find the education and training programs that can lead to registration as a health practitioner in Australia.
Practitioner information exchange (PIE)
Check employee registration status
Check multiple registrations
Read about safe healthcare practice and COVID-19 in Arabic, Chinese (simplified), Greek, Italian or Vietnamese.
International medical graduates
Internationally qualified nurses and midwives