Finance Department


Ensuring the financial health of the Authority

The Health Professions Authority Finance department is made up of two units, the Accounts Receivables unit and Accounts Payables unit. The Finance department is headed by the Finance Manager who reports to the Secretary General.

In line with the vision of being recognized as the world-class benchmark, the Finance department strives to provide best in class service to the Authority’s clients.

The Finance Department provides services to the Authority’s clients that include issuing statements to ensure that clients are aware of what they have paid and what they still owe the Authority.

In addition to the statements, reminders are sent out in a timely fashion so that clients are given enough information to make their payments. Reminders are sent out to clients in the last quarter of each year so that clients can make their payments in time.

The department keeps clients’ contact details such as postal, physical and e-mail addresses for easy and faster communication with clients. In liaison with the Inspectorate Department, account numbers are given to clients for quick access and follow-ups of one’s account.


The Health Professions Authority’s Finance Department operates a robust Accounts Payables unit which is responsible for the payment system. Quotations are sourced from reputable suppliers who are properly vetted through an adjudication process. An order would then be placed with a winning bidder. Payments to suppliers for all goods and services are done through a bank transfer. Everything is done within an approved budgetary framework.


The Accounts Receivable unit is responsible for receipting all payments received from members. All payments to the Authority are done through either swipe machine at the HPA Office, Ecocash-Biller Code: 90741 or alternatively through mobile banking platforms or through bank transfer to the Authority’s bank account. The unit is responsible for ensuring that members who wish to make payments for the registration or renewal of their licenses do so with ease.


It has to be emphasized that Inspectors and Finance department staff are not allowed to collect or handle cash from members. For every payment made to the Authority, members are advised to make sure that they get a receipt and check that it reflects the actual amount paid for.

The Accounts Receivable unit’s aspiration is to have all health institutions pay their applicable fees within the due date to avoid unnecessary inconveniences to our valued members.

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