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Our Council is made up of six members, including Chinese medicine practitioners, a community member and a legal member.

We manage complaints about the clinical care and treatment, professional behaviour or health of registered Chinese medicine practitioners and students in NSW.

We manage complaints about the conduct, performance and health of registered health practitioners and students in NSW.

Complaints are concerns about the care, treatment or behaviour of a registered health practitioner.

Our website can provide you with more information about the assessment and management of a complaint. You can also contact us.

Chinese Medicine Council of NSW Latest News and Updates
An image of Master of Ceremonies Adam Spencer addressing the crowd at the HPCA All Councils Conference.
Friday 12 April saw the Health Professional Councils Authority (HPCA) and NSW Heath Professional Councils (the Councils) successfully deliver their...
For the 2022/23 reporting period, the joint annual report of the 15 NSW Health Professional Councils (Councils) is now available.
The NSW Health Professional Councils and Health Professional Councils Authority have launched their joint Aboriginal Cultural Safety Strategy 2023 –...
The Chinese Medicine Board of Australia has published the annual registration fees for all registered practitioners. NSW Chinese Medicine...
Earlier this year, the Chinese Medicine Council of New South Wales commissioned research to examine Chinese medicine practitioner knowledge,...
Patient records are fundamental to all patient healthcare activities; they form part of a practitioner’s ethical and regulatory responsibility in...
The Chinese Medicine Council of NSW recognises that the vast majority of practitioners have conducted themselves professionally and ethically during...
We acknowledge the people of the many traditional countries and language groups of New South Wales. We acknowledge the wisdom of Elders past and present, and pay respect to all Aboriginal communities of today.