The Australian Health Practitioner’s Regulation Agency (AHPRA) is responsible for the registration and accreditation of 10 health professions across Australia. On behalf of the Boards the AHPRA manages investigations into the professional conduct, performance or health of registered health practitioners, except in NSW where it is done by the Health Care Complaints Commission.
Provides free, independent complaint handling service about health service providers in both the private and public sector. Will investigate any complaint regardless of the particular doctors membership. Also investigates other forms of medical services such as naturopaths, etc. Services whole of Tasmania.
The Medical Board of Australia registers medical practitioners and students; develop standards, code and guidelines for the medical profession; investigates notifications and complaints; where necessary conduct panel hearings and refer serious matters to Tribunal hearings; assess International medical Graduates who wish to practice in Australia and approve accreditation standards and accredited courses of study.
The Medical Board of Australia is supported by Boards in each State and Territory, which make individual registration and notification decisions.