Allied health care

Allied health care represents the second-largest clinical workforce in Australia, after nursing and midwifery. Find out about allied health professions, how allied health services work in Australia, and how we support this key sector of our health workforce.

About allied health care

Learn more about what allied health care is, where you can access it and how much it costs.

Who can provide allied health care

Find out about regulation of allied health in your state or territory.

How it helps

Examples of how allied health professionals help people manage their medical conditions.

What we're doing about allied health

How we support allied health professionals and patients who need their services.

Stay up to date

Subscribe to allied health updates

Subscribe to our updates to keep informed of relevant allied health news.

Previous updates

View previous issues of the Chief Allied Health Office newsletter and other allied health communications.

Allied Health Industry Reference Group (AHIRG)

Find out how the Allied Health Industry Reference Group is helping the allied health sector.

Did you know?

200,000

is the approximate number of allied health professionals in Australia

Second largest

clinical workforce after nursing and midwifery

200 million

is the number of Medicare Benefits Schedule services the allied health workforce delivers each year

Resources

Resources

NRAS Complexity Review update – 18 June 2024

Sue Dawson outlines next steps in the review process and seeks stakeholder advice on how their jurisdiction would prefer to participate and connect throughout the review.