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QCAT decisions

The Health Ombudsman, through the Director of Proceedings, may take disciplinary matters against registered health practitioners to QCAT for determination. In addition, QCAT has jurisdiction to deal with matters relating to unregistered health practitioners where they pose a serious risk to the public.


Health Ombudsman v Blay [2019] QCAT 346

A copy of the decision is published on the Queensland Supreme Court Library website.


Health Ombudsman v Wrede [2019] QCAT 356

A copy of the decision is published on the Queensland Supreme Court Library website.


Health Ombudsman v SNA [2019] QCAT 328

A copy of the decision is published on the Queensland Supreme Court Library website.


Health Ombudsman v Mullins [2019] QCAT 339

A copy of the decision is published on the Queensland Supreme Court Library website.


Health Ombudsman v Wooderson [2019] QCAT 327

On 22 October 2019, the matter of the Health Ombudsman v Maree Elizabeth Wooderson was heard by Judge Allen QC in the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal (QCAT). Judge Allen found that Ms Wooderson behaved in a way that constitutes professional misconduct and she is reprimanded.