FAQ: general

  • What information can the Medical Council of NSW provide about a doctor? answer >
  • Can the Medical Council de-register a doctor? answer >
  • How does a de-registered doctor get re-registered? answer >
  • Can the Medical Council get my medical records for me? answer >
  • Can I seek compensation through my complaint to the Medical Council? answer >
  • How do I make a complaint against a doctor? answer >
  • What happens after I make a complaint? answer >
  • How do I seek a review of the outcome of my complaint? answer >
  • Can the Council confirm if any complaints have been made against my doctor? Is s/he being investigated or has any action being taken against him/her? answer >
  • A local doctor has been 'suspended'. Can the Council confirm when and why? answer >
  • I have visited a person who claimed they were a doctor and offered/performed medical services, but they are not registered. Can the Council do anything? answer >
  • What is the difference between the Medical Council of New South Wales and the Health Professional Councils Authority? answer >
  • What's the difference between the Medical Council of NSW and the Health Care Complaints Commission? answer >
  • What's the difference between the Medical Council of NSW and the Australian Medical Association? answer >
  • How do I serve a subpoena, summons, notice to produce or like documents on the Medical Council? answer >