How much does it cost to register with the HPCSA?

How much does it cost to register with the HPCSA?

Registration fee: R186. 00 (penalty fee of R85.

How do I pay my HPCSA fees?

HPCSA payments can be done via the online portal, direct deposits or EFT’s – see bank details below. Please note that the HPCSA does not accept cash on their premises or credit card payments.

What happens if I dont pay HPCSA?

HPCSA 2021/2022 fees: Registration with the HPCSA is a pre-requisite for professional practice. Once registered, an annual fee is payable as set out below, and failure to pay this fee, could result in suspension from the register.

When must I pay HPCSA?

01 April
When are fees due? Annual fee payment – Annual fees are payable to the HPCSA by 01 April and are valid until 31 March of the following year. Please note that it is the responsibility of every registered practitioner to ensure that his/her annual fee is paid by 01 April of each year.

Is HPCSA open during lockdown?

HPCSA offices are closed from 25 March 2020 until further notice.

How many CPD points do I need per year HPCSA?

To this end the HPCSA has implemented a Continuing Professional Development programme. Practitioners are required to accumulate Continuing Education Units (CEUs) per twelve-month period; including the ethics, human rights and medical law….CPD FORMS.

For Accreditors/Accredited CPService Providers
Annual Report Form

Is Hpcsa open during lockdown?

How many CPD points do I need per year Hpcsa?

Who must register with Hpcsa?

Healthcare practitioners in South Africa are required to be registered with the Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA) in order to practice their profession.

How many CPD points do I need per year?

As a professional member you are required to obtain 35 CPD points for every reporting period (The reporting period for all FPI members is twelve (12) months and starts on 1 June each year and ends the following year on 31 May.

How do I know if I am registered with HPCSA?

Where to check it

  1. Go to the Health Professions Council of South Africa’s website:
  2. Click on the area marked “access to the i-register”
  3. This will take you to a query dialog that interfaces directly with the database of registered professionals.