Registration Renewal

Renewal for the 2021–22 registration year opens at 9 a.m. EDT on February 18, 2021.

Fees for the 2021–22 registration year will be announced and posted on this page early February 2021.

Now is the time to plan for any changes that may affect your renewal.

Is your current e-mail address on file with the College?

Communications about renewal are sent by e-mail to the address on file with the College. Avoid late renewals and missed communications by ensuring your user account is up to date with your current e-mail address. This e-mail address must be one that is only checked by you; please refrain from using info@ and other shared clinic e-mail addresses for College communications.

Planning on changing class this renewal? You have until March 17 to do it.

Class change applications (General or Inactive) for 2021–22 will be accepted until 5 p.m. EDT on March 17, 2021 for Registrants to renew in their new class. Applications received after March 17 will not be processed until April 1, 2021. Registrants who have not met the March 17 deadline for class changes will be expected to renew their registration in their current class of registration. Not renewing on time will result in a late fee and the possible suspension of your certificate of registration.

Is your PLI information current?

While professional liability insurance (PLI) information is collected at renewal, Registrants are required to ensure that their PLI certificate is up to date, coverage type and amount meets the College’s By-law requirements and that changes to policy information are reported to the College no more than two days following the change. Avoid being unnecessarily suspended and having to pay a reinstatement fee by ensuring your PLI information is current.  

Have you changed your name since the 2020 renewal?

Submit a Name Request Change form and payment now to avoid potential processing delays later.

Is your CPR up to date?

Registrants registered in the General class must have valid, healthcare provider level CPR, renewed every two years. With COVID-19 still active, Registrants are encouraged to consider renewing their CPR early to avoid lapses in coverage.

Have you moved or changed practices?

If you’ve moved, changed practice locations, or changed any other contact details, you are responsible for logging in to your account and updating your profile within 30 days of making any change.