Register of practitioners

Welcome to the Register of practitioners (also known as the public register). If someone's name appears on this register, they are registered and can practise within the scope of their registration.

We also have a list of cancelled practitioners and a list of practitioners who have given an undertaking not to practise.

Search the Register of practitioners

To search for a health practitioner, enter their family name or registration number. A maximum of 50 results will be returned. Complete more fields to narrow your search.

If you can’t find someone on the register check you have the correct spelling of their name and make sure you search for the name they used for registration. This can be different from the name they use to practise.

If you have trouble finding someone on the register who you think should be there, call us on 1300 419 495.

It’s an offence to present as a registered health practitioner in Australia if you are not. If you think you know someone who is doing this, let us know immediately.

When you enter details into the search box you will see a popup box (‘I’m not a robot’). This is a security measure. If you have any issues accessing the register, please contact us on 1300 419 495.

Pandemic response sub-register

The pandemic response sub-register has been established in response to COVID-19 to fast track the return of experienced and qualified health practitioners to the workforce. Practitioners on the sub-register previously held general or specialist registration and left the Register of practitioners or moved to non-practising registration in the past three years. Practitioners on the sub-register are not obligated to practise.

Practitioners on the pandemic response sub-register have a green flag and a notation on their entry in the Register of practitioners, indicating that they have been added to the pandemic response sub-register. 

Using the Register

Details of practitioner

Principal place of practice

Page reviewed 24/10/2019