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22 Dec. 2023

Marlette Chantell Le-Feuvre

Paramedic


The Health Ombudsman took immediate registration action by imposing conditions on the registration of Marlette Chantell Le-Feuvre, paramedic (PAR0002258063), effective 22 December 2023.

Details of the practitioner’s registration, including the full list of imposed conditions, can be viewed on the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency website.

Scope of Practice

The conditions imposed include the requirements the practitioner:

  • Must practise only in employment and at practice locations approved by the Health Ombudsman and published on the Office of the Health Ombudsman website.
  • Must not be the most senior or only paramedic on any shift when practising as a paramedic.
  • Must not possess, supply, administer, handle, dispense, access or check, including as emergency treatment supplies or Response/Drug Kit stock:
    a. any monitored medicine listed in Schedule 2, Part 4 of the Medicines and Poisons (Medicines) Regulation 2021 as amended from time to time and as published at https://www.legislation.qld.gov.au/view/html/asmade/sl-2021-0140#sch.2, unless prescribed to the practitioner by a registered health practitioner for a genuine personal therapeutic purpose; and
    b. any substance listed in Schedule 4 of the Standard for the Uniform Scheduling of Medicines and Poisons (the SUSMP) as amended from time to time and as published at https://www.tga.gov.au/publication/poisons-standard-susmp and/or pharmaceutical items containing any active ingredient listed within Schedule 4 of the SUSMP, unless prescribed to the practitioner by a registered health practitioner for a genuine personal therapeutic purpose.
  • Must not conduct or assist with medication compliance audits.

Approved employment and practice locations

The practitioner does not currently have Health Ombudsman approval to practise in any employment or practice location.

Period of action or order

In accordance with section 62(2) of the Health Ombudsman Act 2013 (the Act), the decision will continue to have effect until the earlier of the following happens –

  • the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal sets aside the decision;
  • the Health Ombudsman removes the conditions under section 65 of the Act.