Practitioner
Agency Information Guide Access to information
Under the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 (GIPA Act), each NSW Government department and agency is required to publish an annual Agency Information Guide. The guide sets out the structure, functions and role of a council. It also explains how you can...

Access to information

We are required to make certain information available and respond to requests for information. This means that information will generally be released unless there is an overriding public interest against disclosure. From 1 July 2010 the Government Information (Public...

Who we are

The Health Professional Councils Authority (HPCA) is the administrative body that supports the Health Professional Councils in NSW. The Health Professional Councils Authority (HPCA) is an administrative agency of the NSW Ministry of Health. Staff employed by the HPCA...

Legal Information

Our legal information section is a guide to the legislative and regulatory environment in which decisions are made under the Health Practitioner Regulation National Law (NSW) .

How we manage complaints

We protect the public and manage risk to public health and safety. We help make sure that registered health practitioners in NSW practise safely and competently. You can make a complaint about the health, performance or conduct of a registered health practitioner. We...

Complaint assessment

We manage complaints through our heath, performance or conduct pathway, depending on the issue.
Immediate action proceedings
Section 150 of the Health Practitioner Regulation National Law (NSW) gives us the power to suspend or impose conditions on the practitioner’s registration as a temporary measure.
What happens if the HCCC manages the complaint?
Following the joint assessment, the Health Care Complaints Commission (HCCC) may manage your complaint. You will be told by the HCCC who is dealing with your complaint after the joint assessment.

How do you manage my information?

The complaints process is confidential. We only share confidential information if we need to.

What happens after I make a complaint?

After we receive your complaint, we will let you know in writing that we have received your complaint. We will also inform the Health Care Complaints Commission.

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