Registration Renewal - Advanced Paramedic, Paramedic and EMT Practitioners

To bring the PHECC register in line with other professional healthcare registers, all Registered Practitioner licence expiry dates will be realigned to a single date annually for each registered level.  Each Registered Practitioner will be required to renew their registration in line with the policy outlined below. An online system has been developed to facilitate this process and registrants must request to opt out of the online process in favour of a paper process, should it be required. This system will reflect any payments already made by individuals in respect of fees and their account will have been credited with these payments, however, each Practitioner will be required to complete this process in order to maintain their status on the PHECC Register.

Advanced Paramedic

Paramedic

EMT

Notification Date:

8th July

7th March

6th January

Closing Date:

2nd September

3rd May

3rd March

Expiry Date:

30th September

31st May

31st March

Logon Details

Your PHECC credentials are (unless you have changed them):
Username: [PIN Number]
Password: [DOB+PIN Number] (numbers only, no spaces or other characters)
e.g. User with DOB 31/01/1900 and PIN 0001 Username: 0001 Password: 310119000001

Re-Registration Process

  1. 12 weeks prior to licence expiry, each Practitioner will be notified that they must complete the re-registration process. The administrative deadline for processing applications is 4 weeks prior to licence expiry date (please see table above for relevant dates). A list of registrants due for renewal may also be sent to relevant employers. A €10 registration fee may be due.

  2. 4 weeks prior to licence expiry (please table above for relevant dates), those who have not re-registered will be notified that they have until the last day of their licence expiry to complete the re-registration process. Re-registration at this point will incur a late registration fee of €10 in addition to the €10 registration fee which is due (€20 in total). Relevant employers may also be informed of the outstanding registrants.

  3. On the final day of the registrant’s current licence those who have failed to re-register will be informed that they have been placed on the Inactive Register and that they are NO longer authorised to implement PHECC CPGs NOR are they authorised to administer medications as per SI 510 of 2005, SI 512 of 2008 or SI 300 of 2014. In order to reinstate their status on the PHECC register they must either:
    • Restoration Period - successfully re-register within the Restoration Period (1 months from licence expiry date – fee €50). During the restoration period practitioners are NOT registered and their practice is limited until they successfully re-register.

    • Post Restoration Period - After 1 month - An application by letter to the Registrar is required outlining reasons for late re-registration including a CV indicating experience and training undertaken since registration lapsed. This incurs a fee of €100.

Summary - Periods and Fees

 

Late Application Period

- Four weeks prior to expiry of licence - €20 (Includes the established registration fee of €10)

Restoration Period

- Up to one month following licence expiry date - €50 (Includes the established registration fee of €10)

Post Restoration Period

- One month after licence expiry date - €100 (Includes the established registration fee of €10)

PHECC Re-registration instructional video guide

Online Re-registration step-by-step guide


Detailed step-by-step instructions on how to use the re-registration system can be found here.