The Paramedicine Board of Australia (the Board) is established under the Health Practitioner Regulation National Law (the National Law). The Board’s role is to regulate paramedics in Australia under the National Registration and Accreditation Scheme (the National Scheme).
Members of the inaugural Board were appointed for three years by the COAG Health Council on 19 October 2017 and will now work with AHPRA over the next twelve months to prepare the profession for regulation. This means that by late 2018:
Until late 2018, the functions of the Board will include:
The Board cannot receive or manage notifications (complaints) about paramedics until late 2018.
Find out about the Board members.
The Board is supported by the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA). AHPRA has a national office based in Melbourne and offices in every state and territory.
Please read our FAQ for more detailed information on the National Scheme.
For information about the legislation governing the operations of the Paramedicine Board of Australia and matters relating to AHPRA, see AHPRA's Legislation and Publications pages.
Paramedicine Board of Australia
Stephen Gough , Chair
G.P.O. Box 9958
Melbourne VIC 3001
If you have a query on the regulation of paramedicine, please contact the project team by email at Paramedicine.
Read communiqués from the Board.
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