Prohibition Orders

Non-registered health practitioners such as counsellors, audiologists, naturopaths and massage therapists must adhere to the NSW Code of Conduct for non-registered health practitioners. Where the Commission finds that a non-registered health practitioner has breached the code of conduct and poses a risk to public health and safety, it can issue an order prohibiting the person from providing health services for a period of time.

Prohibition orders may be made against relevant health organisations where the Commission finds that a code of conduct has been breached and that the organisation poses a risk to public health and safety.

The Commission issues a media release, public statement and statement of decision in relation to most prohibition orders.

To see prohibition orders issued in other states of Australia you can visit the websites below:

Medic Corp Ambulance Pty Ltd

Interim Prohibition Order (Health Organisation) dated 25 January 2023

Mr Andreas Pantziaros – Medic Corp Ambulance

Interim Prohibition Order dated 25 January 2023

Ms Elizabeth Daniher – Assistant in Nursing

Interim Prohibition Order dated 25 January 2023

Ms Jasmin Morris – Disability Support Worker

Interim Prohibition Order dated 24 January 2023

Sandra Kennedy – Disability Support Worker

Interim Prohibition Order dated 24 January 2023

Ms Rehana Memon – Occupational Therapist

Interim Prohibition Order dated 23 January 2023

Mr David Czitter (formerly David Citer) – Counsellor

Interim Prohibition Order dated 20 January 2023

Ms Darshee Ghowree aka Sue Daby or Seedheeta Daby

Interim Prohibition Order dated 20 January 2023

Ms Sarena Kelly Gomis - Pharmacy Assistant

Interim Prohibition Order dated 18 January 2023