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Dhinsa, Lakhvir Singh (Jan 11, 2013)

On January 11, 2013, a Panel of the Discipline Committee, pursuant to s. 39.1(1) and (2) of the Health Professions Act, found Lakhvir Singh Dhinsa of Surrey, British Columbia, Registration No. 10961 (the "Registrant") guilty of professional misconduct for actions committed in Great Britain, resulting in a cancellation of his license in that jurisdiction. The Panel issued an order, pursuant to section 39(2) of the Health Professions Act, to immediately cancel the Registrant's registration.

Al-Ahmad, Hisham Nayef (Dec 5, 2012)
(June 25, 2013 - Limits and conditions removed)

The Inquiry Committee, pursuant to Section 36 of the Health Professions Act, has reached an agreement with Mr. Hisham Nayef Al-Ahmad to suspend his narcotic dispensing privileges for a 30 day period commencing at 0001 Hours on December 5, 2012 and continuing until 2400 Hours on January 3, 2013. During this time Al-Ahmad may practice pharmacy, however he is prohibited from participating in any activity which in any way relates to the dispensing of narcotics to patients. The Inquiry Committee considers the agreement necessary to protect the public.

Pharmacist Registrant (Oct 11, 2012)

On October 11, 2012, a Panel of the Discipline Committee, pursuant to s. 39.1(1) and (2) of the Health Professions Act, has decided to take no further action with regards to the pharmacist registrant. The Discipline Panel further directed the Registrar to withhold all of the information otherwise required to be included in the public notification, pursuant to s. 39.3(4) of the Health Professions Act, as the Discipline Panel was satisfied that the privacy interests of the pharmacist registrant outweigh the public interest in public notification of the information.

Lee, Benton (Aug 18, 2012)

Benton Lee has satisfied the terms of an agreement reached with the Inquiry Committee dated April 6, 2012. Limits and conditions on Mr. Lee’s registration as a pharmacist have now been removed. 

Tejani, Diamondali Alladin (Aug 16, 2012)

Diamondali Alladin Tejani has satisfied the terms of an agreement reached with the Inquiry Committee dated June 29, 2012. Limits and conditions on Mr. Tejani’s registration as a pharmacist have now been removed.

Ghag, Amrik (Jul 16, 2012)
(JULY 13, 2013 – DISCIPLINE CANCELLED, LIMITS AND CONDITIONS REVISED)

The Inquiry Committee, pursuant to Section 35(1)(a) of the Health Professions Act, has imposed limits and conditions on the practice of pharmacy by Mr. Amrik Ghag, effective immediately, pending a hearing of the Discipline Committee. The Inquiry Committee considers this action necessary to protect the public.

Wong, Daniel (Jul 16, 2012)
(JULY 13, 2013 – DISCIPLINE CANCELLED, LIMITS AND CONDITIONS REVISED)

The Inquiry Committee, pursuant to Section 35(1)(a) of the Health Professions Act, has imposed limits and conditions on the practice of pharmacy by Mr. Daniel Wong, effective immediately, pending a hearing of the Discipline Committee. The Inquiry Committee considers this action necessary to protect the public. 

Ghag, Sukhvinder (Jul 16, 2012)
(JULY 13, 2013 – DISCIPLINE CANCELLED, LIMITS AND CONDITIONS REVISED)

The Inquiry Committee, pursuant to Section 35(1)(a) of the Health Professions Act, has imposed limits and conditions on the practice of pharmacy by Mr. Sukhvinder Ghag, effective immediately, pending a hearing of the Discipline Committee. The Inquiry Committee considers this action necessary to protect the public.

Tejani, Diamondali Alladin (Jul 16, 2012)
(August 16, 2012 - Limits and conditions removed)

The Inquiry Committee, pursuant to Section 36 of the Health Professions Act, has reached an agreement with Mr. Diamondali Alladin Tejani to suspend his methadone dispensing privileges for a 30 day period commencing July 16, 2012 and continuing until August 15, 2012. During this time Mr. Tejani may practice pharmacy, however he is prohibited from participating in any activity which in any way relates to the dispensing of methadone to patients. The Inquiry Committee considers the agreement necessary to protect the public.

Ladha, Aziza (Jul 10, 2012)
(July 10, 2014 - Limits and conditions removed)

The Inquiry Committee, pursuant to Section 36 of the Health Professions Act, has reached an agreement with Ms. Aziza Ladha to place limits and/or conditions on her registration as a pharmacist effective July 10, 2012. The agreement remains in effect until July 10, 2014. The Inquiry Committee considers the agreement necessary to protect the public.

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