Dialogue Volume 14 Issue 2 2018 - Page 67

DISCIPLINE SUMMARIES These records were ultimately received by the College on July 18, 2016. It was found that Dr. Fenton is incompetent and failed to maintain the standard of practice in his care and treatment of Patient D, as described above. Dr. Fenton engaged in conduct that would reasonably be regarded by members as disgraceful, dishonourable or unprofessional in his failure to respond to inquiries from the College within a reasonable time On March 3, 2017, Dr. Fenton entered into an un- dertaking that he shall no longer prescribe or renew any and all narcotic drugs, narcotic preparations, controlled drugs, benzodiazepines, other targeted substances and all other monitored drugs. ORDER The Discipline Committee ordered: a six-month suspension on Dr. Fenton’s certificate of registration; terms, conditions and limitations on Dr. Fenton’s certificate of registration; a reprimand; and payment to the College of costs in the amount of $5,500. The terms, conditions and limitations include: successful completion of a medical record-keeping course, a primary care course, the Understanding Boundaries course; individualized instruction in ethics; and individualized instruction in communica- tions. It also includes a 12-month period of clinical supervision, with varying levels of supervision in response to the findings of the clinical supervisor; a reassessment six months after the clinical supervision ends; cooperation with unannounced inspections of his practice; providing consent to the College to make inquiries of OHIP, the Drug Program Services Branch, the Narcotics Monitoring System, and/or any person who or institution that may have relevant information, in order for the College to monitor a