Practitioner
Mandatory notifications
Health practitioners and their employers, as well as education providers, also have mandatory reporting (notifications) responsibilities under the National Law (NSW). Education providers, registered health practitioners and their employers must tell AHPRA if they have...

How to serve legal documents

A guide to serving legal documents on the Medical Council of NSW.

Our publications

The Medical Council publishes annual reports each year.
Reviewing or appealing a decision
Practitioner with conditions imposed on their registration can ask for the conditions to be changed or removed, or a suspension lifted following a review process. Practitioners should seek advice from their professional indemnity insurer or legal representative before...
Mandatory notifications
Health practitioners and their employers, as well as education providers, also have mandatory reporting (notifications) responsibilities under the National Law (NSW). Education providers, registered health practitioners and their employers must tell AHPRA if they have...

How we manage complaints

We protect the public and manage risk to public health and safety. We help make sure that registered health practitioner’s in NSW practise safely and competently. You can make a complaint about the health, performance or conduct of a registered health practitioner. We...
I have a question
Contact information for medical practitioners and students who want more information.

I am a medical student

Complaints and mandatory notifications can be made about medical students who have a health impairment which places the public at substantial risk of harm or impacts their ability to undertake clinical training.

Self notify about certain events

A registered health practitioner or student must give the National Board that registered the practitioner or student written notice of the event within 7 days after becoming aware that a relevant (notifiable) event has occurred in relation to the practitioner or...

I have conditions on my registration

Conditions are imposed on practitioner’s registration only when the Council decides to restrict their registration to protect public safety. The conditions may require you to do something or may limit the way you practice. All conditions are specific to each individual...

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