Complainant

2018/19 Annual Report

The 2018/19 Annual Report of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Practice Council of NSW is now available. The 2018/19 Annual Report is structured in three parts: Part 1 Information that is common across all Councils, including the responsibilities of...

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...

I have to attend drug or alcohol screening

Some practitioners need to attend screening for drug and/or alcohol use. This page explains the process and provides the policies, procedures and practical information these practitioners will need.
Council membership
This page lists membership vacancies with the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Practice Council of NSW.

Council Annual Report 2016/17

The 2016/17 Annual Report of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Practice Council is now available. The 2016/17 annual report is structured in three parts: Part 1 Information that is common across all Councils, including the responsibilities of Councils,...
What you can complain about
You can make complaints to us about the professional performance, professional behaviour, or health of a registered health practitioner.
About Us
Health professional councils work to protect the health and safety of the public in New South Wales by managing complaints about practitioners and students. Councils work with the Health Care Complaints Commission to decide the best way a complaint should be managed...

Our policies

Policies, guidelines, procedures, position statements and processes which guide the work of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Practice Council.
List of fact sheets
We provide fact sheets to practitioners and complainants as part of the complaints management process. The fact sheets developed so far are provided here for information. This page will be updated as work continues.
Interpreter service
People who prefer a language other than English should contact the HPCA through the Telephone Interpreter Service (TIS) on 131 450. Interpreters can be arranged by the HPCA to discuss a complaint or TIS will organise for an interpreter in your language to be on the...

Pages