Dialogue Volume 14 Issue 3 2018 - Page 44

DISCIPLINE SUMMARIES following substances: Morphine, Oxycodone, Pen- tazocine, Ativan, Tylenol 3, Adderall and Concerta. On September 23, 2015, the ICRC considered the information and required Dr. Mayberry to attend the College to be cautioned in person with respect to this repeated prescribing of controlled substances in breach of his undertaking with the College. 2016 Investigation In response to the 2016 investigation, Dr. Mayberry acknowledged that an error had occurred and that he was disappointed that the error occurred. There is no information with respect to any breaches of Dr. Mayberry’s undertaking between September 29, 2015 and the present. Closure of Family Practice Dr. Mayberry closed his family practice on Decem- ber 1, 2017. Since then, Dr. Mayberry has provided anesthetic services 2-3 times per week at a local hos- pital. He found a physician to take over his family practice effective December 1, 2017. ORDER The Committee ordered: a two-month suspension of Dr. Mayberry’s certificate of registration; successful completion of a medical ethics course; a reprimand and costs 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. Mayberry 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. 44 DIALOGUE ISSUE 3, 2018 DR. RASIKLAL NARSHIDAS MORZARIA PRACTICE LOCATION: Practice Address Not Available AREA OF PRACTICE: Pediatrics HEARING INFORMATION: Plea of No Contest; Statement of Facts On September 11, 2017, the Discipline Committee found that Dr. Morzaria committed an act of pro- fessional misconduct in that he has engaged in the sexual abuse of a patient and in that he has engaged in conduct or an act or omission relevant to the prac- tice of medicine that, having regard to all the circum- stances, would reasonably be regarded by members as disgraceful, dishonourable or unprofessional. Sexual Abuse of Patient A during Regular Office Appointments Dr. Morzaria treated Patient A from the time Patient A was six years old until he was twelve. When Patient A and his mother attended at Dr. Morzaria’s office for appointments, Dr. Morzaria would often ask Patient A’s mother to wait outside the examination room, claiming that Patient A was old enough to be seen alone. When alone with Pa- tient A, Dr. Morzaria touched, rubbed/stroked and played with Patient A’s penis. Dr. Morzaria would ask Patient A if it felt good, and tell him to come visit him on weekends. When Patient A’s mother was in the room, Dr. Morzaria would usually just check Patient A’s genitals to follow up on a prior medical procedure. At one appointment, while Patient A’s mother was outside the examination room, Dr. Morzaria took his penis out of his pants and asked Patient A to suck it. Patient A refused, but was scared. Dr. Morzaria told Patient A he was an undercover police officer and that if he told anyone what was happening, he and his family would spend the rest of their lives in jail, which made Patient A afraid to tell his parents. Sexual Abuse of Patient A during Weekend Visits to Dr. Morzaria’s Office Dr. Morzaria would sometimes pick Patient A up at