In Australia, an Registered Nurse is a degree qualified Allied Health professional. They need a university degree and specialise in all aspects of nursing care, both in a hospital or other facility, or in community settings.

Some Registered Nurses are registered with the NDIS, some are not. We have verified with every listing on our site that Registered Nurses hold the above qualification.

To practice in Australia a Registered Nurse must be registered with the Nursing and Midwifery board of the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Board.

An Registered Nurse is usually paid from your CB Daily Living Budget. In some cases a registered nurse may be paid from your core budget if they are assisting you with a health related disability support. This has specific criteria attached, please check with your Support Coordinator, Plan Manager or Nurse for further information.

Enrolled Nurses may also be listed on this page. They are also required to be registered with AHPRA under a student membership. You can check the AHPRA listing of most of your Allied Health providers on the AHPRA website.

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