Dialogue Volume 14 Issue 3 2018 - Page 43

DISCIPLINE SUMMARIES Dr. Maranda and Ms. A went for drinks and food and discussed Ms. A’s personal issues as well as her progress in obtaining a residency placement. Fol- lowing their meeting, Ms. A texted Dr. Maranda to thank him. Their communications became more frequent and personal after that time. Dr. Maranda and Ms. A arranged to meet at a pub a few weeks later. Following their meeting, they returned to Ms. A’s apartment and a sexual encoun- ter took place. The next day, Dr. Maranda and Ms. A texted back and forth. After several days, Ms. A stopped communicating with Dr. Maranda, who continued to send her messages for a few days. Subsequently, Ms. A submitted a complaint about Dr. Maranda to the university. Dr. Maranda was advised that he was to have no contact with learners, pending review of Ms. A’s complaint by the university’s Professionalism Inves- tigation Committee (the “PIC”). The PIC concluded that Dr. Maranda engaged in a personal relationship with a student and that the relationship constituted a breach in professionalism. Although the PIC had recommended a supervised reintegration into the learning environment over the course of three years, Dr. Maranda’s academic ap- pointment at the university was terminated. Dr. Maranda subsequently resigned his privileges at the Ottawa Hospital. ORDER The Committee ordered that Dr. Maranda be rep- rimanded and successfully complete a course on boundaries. It was also directed that Dr. Maranda pay costs to the College in the amount of $5,500.00. For complete details, please see the full decision at www.cpso.on.ca. Select Find a Doctor and enter the doctor’s name. At the conclusion of the hearing, Dr. Maranda waived his right to an appeal and the Committee administered the public reprimand. Full decisions are available online at www.cpso.on.ca. Select Find a Doctor and enter the doctor’s name. DR. THOMAS RICHARD MAYBERRY PRACTICE LOCATION: Woodstock AREA OF PRACTICE: General Practice HEARING INFORMATION: Admission, Agreed Statement of Facts; Joint Submission on Penalty On November 15, 2017, the Discipline Committee found that Dr. Mayberry committed an act of profes- sional misconduct in that has engaged in conduct or an act or omission relevant to the practice of medi- cine that, having regard to all of the circumstances, would reasonably be regarded by members as dis- graceful, dishonorable, or unprofessional. Dr. Mayberry is a family physician who received his certificate of registration authorizing independent practice from the College in 1975. He holds privileg- es at the Alexandra Hospital, the Tillsonburg District Memorial Hospital and the Woodstock General Hospital. On July 17, 2012, Dr. Mayberry signed an under- taking, relinquishing his prescribing privileges with respect to narcotics, narco F2&W&F26G&V@G'Vw2B&VFWW2#R&W67&&rb&ХFR6VvR'FVB&6F72F&r77FVТ2FF&VFFG"&W''f"FPW&Bg&#"#BFfV''V'#`v6&WfVVBFBGv&W67&F2f"&УVrF&WG2vW&R77VVB&#R@6WFV&W"##R&W7V7FfVǒFFVBFR&W67&F2vW&R'FVBg&FR&7G"&W'''&V6VB2VFW'FrvFFP6VvR2&2&VFWR6BЦVv'bG'Vw2FBG"&W''2&&FVBg&Ч&W67&&r#RV&W26G2B&W'G06֗GFVR6WFFRf7G2&VFFVG7FFVBFB#BFR6VvR&V6VfVB2f&Fv6&RЧfVVBFBG"&W''B&W67&&VB6G&'F𦆗2VFW'Fr6WfV66626VFrFP55TR2#DuTPC