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Complaints against professionals

Complaints against professionals

Complaints against health professionals are a serious matter. Members of the public may make a complaint or raise a concern to the Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Agency (Ahpra) about the conduct, health or performance of a practitioner or the health of a student.

Practitioners, employers and education providers are all mandated by law to report notifiable conduct relating to a registered practitioner or student.

Making a complaint to ASMIRT

ASMIRT cannot restrict the practice of professional through registration; that power legally resides with Ahpra.

ASMIRT can receive complaints from patients, clients, members and the general community. The Society will investigate and respond to complaints made and if required, make recommendations for change.

To make a complaint, email ASMIRT Chief Executive Officer, Sally Kincaid, at

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