Public statements and warnings

The Commission can issue public statements about health practitioners and can also warn the public about a treatment or health service where it believes the service poses a risk to public health and safety.

Public Statement and Statement of Decision in the matter of Ian Pile

investigation into the professional conduct of Ian Pile, a non-registered health practitioner

Revised Public statement in relation to Brett McCann

The Commission issues the following public statement under s41A(2)(b) of the Health Care Complaints Act 1993:

Public Statement in relation to Mr Peter Fielding

The Commission issues the following public statement under section 41A(2)(b) of the Health Care Complaints Act 1993:

Public Statement in relation to Richard Stoupel

On 28 January 2016 the Commission finalised its investigation into a complaint against non-registered health practitioner, massage therapist, Richard Stoupel.

Revised Public statement in relation to Mr Terry Dart

The NSW Health Care Complaints Commission conducted an investigation into the professional conduct of Terry Dart, an unregistered health practitioner providing acupuncture and Qigong massage services on the NSW South Coast.

Public statement in relation to Andreas Kirbach

The NSW Health Care Complaints Commission conducted an investigation into the professional conduct of Andreas Kirbach, a 51 year old social worker working in community mental health in Northern NSW. The investigation concerned his conduct towards Client A, a young woman to whom he provided counselling services from just after her 17th birthday in February 2011, to the end of her final year of school in November 2012. Client A was a particularly vulnerable young woman with a complex mental health history.

Public statement in relation to Mr Qing Cai (David) Wang

The NSW Health Care Complaints Commission conducted an investigation into the professional conduct of Mr Qing Cai (David) Wang, a 44 years old massage therapist working in Lane Cove NSW.

Public statement in relation to Ms Myrla Cruz

The Commission issues the following public statement under s41A(2)(b) of the Act:

Public statement in relation to Mr Leslie Lever

The NSW Health Care Complaints Commission conducted an investigation into the professional conduct of Leslie Lever, a 72 years old massage therapist working in Berkeley Vale NSW.

Mr Ian Haris (formerly known as Dr Ian Raymond Gregory) - Revised Public Statement

The Commission makes the following revised public statement in this matter, pursuant to section 41A(2)(b) of the HCC Act: