NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal decisions
The NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal publishes the following types of decisions about medical practitioners and students on the New South Wales Caselaw website:
- decisions following a complaint/s
- appeals of decisions about complaints
- reviews of decisions about complaints
- appeals of registration decisions
Professional Standards Committee
Professional Standards Committee (PSC) decisions can be found on the Austlii website.
More recent Medical Council PSC decisions (2017 and 2018) are provided below:
24 February 2017 Dr Stephen Morris
17 March 2017 Dr David Richardson
5 May 2017 Dr Peter Mayne
8 May 2017 Dr Samuel Tae-Kyu Kim
15 May 2017 Dr Graham Thein-Win
29 May 2017 Dr Mahbub Hasan
5 July 2017 Dr Niroshan Sivasthan
17 August 2017 Dr Nirmit Milan Sheth
13 September 2017 Dr Michael Francis Ward
15 September 2017 Dr Baderudin Khamis
24 November 2017 Dr Philip Anthony Stephens
20 December 2017 Dr Anantha Kumarasamy Ramanathan
18 January 2018 Dr Richard Wood
Upcoming public hearings
Scheduled hearings in the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal are listed in the hearing list for the occupational division on the NCAT Tribunal hearings website as the information becomes available.
The details of upcoming Professional Standards Committees are below:
Dr Gonasagaran Ruthnam - 19 & 20 February 2018
Dr Stephen Thomas Prince - 22 & 23 February 2018
Unless otherwise indicated, Professional Standards Committee (PSC) hearings are conducted in 'The Stables' Hearing Room at the Old Medical Council Building, located off Sinclair Road, Gladesville, within the Gladesville Hospital campus.
Please note that due to heritage building restrictions there is no wheelchair accessible toilet available at 'The Stables' Hearing Room. Anyone attending a hearing who has mobility issues should phone the Council on (02) 9879 2200 at their earliest opportunity so that the Council can make alternative arrangements.
Tribunal decisions prior to 1 January 2014
You can also find decisions made by the Medical Tribunal before the establishment of the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal on 1 January 2014 on the Australasian Legal Information Institute (AustLII) website.