Becoming accredited

Becoming an accredited medical provider

Medical practitioners who wish to write workers compensation medical certificates must be accredited by the WorkCover Tasmania Board.

Accreditation remains valid for three years for medical practitioners and twelve months for interns, unless otherwise specified by the WorkCover Tasmania Board.

Please notify WorkCover Tasmania if your contact details change during your accreditation period.

 

How to apply

To apply to be an accredited medical provider, complete the 'Application for accreditation to issue medical certificates' and the 'Reading Guide Questionnaire' in the Application Kit below.

Medical Providers Accreditation Kits

 PDF  Medical Provider - Reading guide   (Pub No MP-700, 2.0 01/06/2010, 27 Page/s, 186.4 KB)

This reading guide will help medical practitioners understand their role and functions under the Act.


 PDF Medical Provider - Reading guide questionnaire  (Pub No MP-740, 01/06/2010, 2.0 137.0 KB)

The questionnaire must be completed and attached to application form when applying for accreditation.


 PDF Medical Provider - Application for accreditation form  (Pub No MP020, 01/04/2011, 1.0 45.2 KB)

Application form for the accredition of medical practitioners to issue workers compensation medical certificates to injured workers


 PDF Medical Provider - Application for reaccreditation  (Pub No MPRF, 01/01/2011, 1.0 46.3 KB)

Application form for the re-accredition of medical practitioners to issue workers compensation medical certificates to injured workers.



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