HPCSA Corporate Affairs
An HPCSA registration certificate certifies that the bearer is a legally qualified healthcare practitioner and therefore allowed to practice their profession in South Africa. Registered… Read More »How to download your HPCSA registration certificate or card
The HPCSA’s online portal is now fully operational allowing practitioners direct access to functions previously handled manually. This means that practitioners can henceforth utilise the… Read More »New guidelines for accessing HPCSA services
The HPCSA revised annual fees for the 2022/2023 are available here. We advise practitioners on what, how and when to pay along with guidance on exemptions and removal from the register.
HPCSA offices remain closed until further notice with the services below continuing online. Practitioners can also engage the HPCSA Client Care Centre for all general… Read More »HPCSA service guidelines during the pandemic
The HPCSA Acting Registrar/CEO, Dr Munyadziwa Kwinda will be one of the industry experts participating in the Council for Medical Schemes 2021 Fraud Waste and Abuse (FWA) webinar. The theme… Read More »Council for Medical Schemes 2021 Fraud, Waste and Abuse webinar
All qualifying Clinical Technologists registered in the category Private Practice will be migrated to the Independent Practice register by 30 April 2021. The RTC Board explains the reasons for this decision and its implications, and resolves to make the transition as smooth as possible.
Any health professional may apply for voluntary erasure from the register in writing before 31 March. If the application is made on or after 1 April of that year the annual fee for that year will apply and must first be paid.
The National Department of Health is hosting a scientific panel discussion onCOVID-19 and the 501Y.V2 variant tonight, Monday 18 January 2020 at 18:00.
The Professional Board for Psychology is commemorating Mental Health Month in October as part of Mental Health Awareness. This year’s theme of ‘Mental health for… Read More »HPCSA commemorating Mental Health Month