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Apply to renew your registration now.

This section applies to current registrants with NLCHP. Registration renewal occurs on April 1 of each year. The administrative deadline to submit your application for renewal and avoid a late fee is March 1. A step-by-step guide for the new online renewal system is available Online Renewal User Guide

For information on the upcoming renewal for the 2023 – 2024 registration year, please visit RENEWAL 2023.

General Overview of Registration Process

  1. Complete the Application for Renewal in the NLCHP Portal. This requires you to upload the following documentation. You may be required to provide additional documentation depending on your profession.
    • Proof of professional liability insurance. If your PLI expires on or before April 1, you will be required to provide proof of an updated PLI certificate. This must be uploaded prior to the administrative deadline of March 1 to avoid a late fee. 
    • Verification of hours worked in previous registration year. Please note individuals who are self-employed or in private practice must have hours of work verified by a third party as per NLCHP Employment Documentation Policy.
    • Certifications required for your profession.
    • Verification of Registration/Letter of Good Standing (s) from all jurisdictions where you are currently registered/licensed to practice. These letters must be sent directly to NLCHP from the Regulatory Body. For more information please see the NLCHP Letter of Good Standing Policy.
  2. All required documents and forms must be received before an application is reviewed. Applications with missing documents may be subject to a late fee. 
  3. NLCHP will notify you by email that your registration renewal has been approved and that your name has been added to the List of Registered Health Professionals. You are then eligible to continue to practice in Newfoundland and Labrador on April 1st.
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