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A. Yes. If you are a trained health professional (other than a doctor, dentist or nurse) and you would like to practice in Seychelles, you have to register with HPC. It is a requirement of the law.
A. If you have already registered with the HPC, it could be because: 1. The online database has not been updated, in which case you can notify the HPC 2. Your registration has been temporarily revoked pending investigation. In this case, you should have been notified 3. Your registration period has expired. To re-register, please follow application procedures by clicking here.
A. Yes. You will need to notify the HPC as this will involve change of name in your personal records. You will also be required to submit a copy of your marriage certificate to the HPC.
A. To ensure that you receive the most updated and relevant information depending on your location, you are advised to send an email to the Registrar (firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com) or call +248 4303745. We are GMT+4.
A. Submit your request to the HPC Registrar who will advise further. You can send an email or make a phone call. Please note that issuing of 'certificates of good character' will attract a fee.
A. You can make your report by either phoning the HPC's office, send a letter addressed to the HPC Chairperson or use our Complaints feature on this webpage to lodge your complaint.
Note: When sending complaints against a particular health professional, it is important to give details such as full name and profession. Should you need further assistance, kindly contact the HPC Registrar who shall advise further.
A. If you are taking a career break during your period of registration, there is no need to inform the HPC. However, if you do not wish to renew your registration after it expires, it will help to notify HPC.
A. Yes. This will facilitate the verification process of your application.
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