Welcome to the Medical Radiation Practice Council of New South Wales

The Medical Radiation Practice Council of New South Wales is a statutory body that was established on 1 July 2012 under the Health Practitioner Regulation National Law (NSW). The Council manages notifications (complaints) about the conduct, performance or health of medical radiation practitioners and students.

This includes:

  • diagnostic radiographers
  • radiation therapists
  • nuclear medicine technologists

This site provides information on:

  • the role, functions, activities and membership of the Council
  • how to make a notification (complaint) and the notifications (complaints) management processes
  • the role and functions of the agencies involved in the notification (complaint) process and links to their websites
  • the adjudicating bodies involved in notifications (complaints) management - Panels, Committees and Tribunals
  • a link to the Medical Radiation Practice Board of Australia website for information on the standards, codes of conduct and guidelines that apply to practitioners
  • links to other relevant websites
  • frequently asked questions (FAQs).  

Please note:

The Medical Radiation Practice Council is not responsible for the registration of health practitioners or students. All registration matters for NSW are managed by the NSW office of the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA):

        Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency
        Level 51
        680 George Street
        SYDNEY  NSW  2000
        Telephone:  1300 419 495
        Website:  www.ahpra.gov.au

Interpreter Service:

People who prefer a language other than English should contact the Council through the Telephone Interpreter Service (TIS) on 131 450. Interpreters can be arranged by the Council to discuss a notification (complaint).

How to contact the Council in 19 languages (PDF 128 KB)