You are here: Homepage > Health Practice Commission
The Health Practice Commission
THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH REGULATORY SERVICES
Following the recent announcement of government’s Level 2 Suppression of the Emergency Plan, the Department of Health Regulatory Services (DHRS) is planning to resume the delivery of all services that were provided prior to the COVID -19 Emergency Declaration.
The safety of our clients and our staff is very important to us therefore we will continue to provide most services electronically.
For services relating to applications, complaint and enquiries, we are continuing to encourage clients to use electronic mediums such as email and telephone.
The office will reopen from Monday 13th July 2020 and for further convenience, clients will be able to speak to a team member Monday to Friday 9:30am – 2:00pm.
For general information please visit email@example.com.
Please note that all requisite service payments are facilitated via on-line banking. Payments can be remitted online to:
(Note: the full account numbers listed must be included for successful delivery of payment).
The DHRS encourages everyone to stay safe and take all the necessary precautions issued by the government, the Chief Medical Officer, and the Medical Officer of Health.
The merger of the Health Insurance Commission with the Health Practice Commission took effect on the 1st July, 2008 to form the Department of Health Regulatory Services.
The Health Practice Commission (HPC) over sees the
- Medical and Dental Council (MDC)
- Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC)
- Pharmacy Council (PC)
- Council for Professions Allied with Medicine (CPAM)