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Pharmacist Registrant 24 (Mar 16, 2016)
(April 22, 2016 - Limits and Conditions Updated)

The Inquiry Committee has reinstated pharmacist registrant’s registration which had previously been suspended for an indefinite period on February 12, 2016. Pursuant to Section 36 of the Health Professions Act, the Inquiry Committee has reached an agreement with pharmacist registrant in which the Registrant was asked to consent to certain undertakings with limits and conditions:

  • Return to work on a part-time basis;
  • Remain on medications as prescribed by healthcare professionals and medical providers; and
  • Not take any courses or studies for the current semester that may cause added stress.

This agreement remains in effect until March 16, 2021. The Inquiry Committee considers the agreement necessary to protect the public. The pharmacist registrant's name has been withheld pursuant to 39.3(4) of the Health Professions Act.

Bayoud, Abdelhamid (Mar 5, 2016)

Abdelhamid Bayoud has satisfied the terms of an agreement reached with the Inquiry Committee dated March 5, 2014.  Limits and conditions on Mr. Bayoud’s registration as a pharmacist have now been removed.

Pharmacist Registrant 25 (Feb 27, 2016)

The Inquiry Committee, pursuant to section 36 of the Health Professions Act, has reached an agreement with the pharmacist registrant to voluntarily suspend the registration as a pharmacist effective February 27, 2016. The agreement remains in effect until further notice. The Inquiry Committee considers the agreement necessary to protect the public. The pharmacist registrant's name has been withheld pursuant to section 39.3(4) of the Health Professions Act.

Pharmacist Registrant 18 (Feb 27, 2016)

Pharmacist registrant has satisfied the terms of an agreement reached with the Inquiry Committee dated February 27, 2014. Limits and conditions on pharmacist registrant’s registration as a pharmacist have now been removed. The pharmacist registrant's name has been withheld pursuant to 39.3(4) of the Health Professions Act.

Pharmacist Registrant 8 (Feb 19, 2016)

Pharmacist registrant has satisfied the terms of an agreement reached with the Inquiry Committee dated December 7, 2010.  Limits and conditions on pharmacist registrant’s registration as a pharmacist have now been removed.  The pharmacist registrant's name has been withheld pursuant to 39.3(4) of the Health Professions Act

Pharmacist Registrant 24 (Feb 12, 2016)
(MARCH 16, 2016 - REGISTRATION REINSTATED)

The Inquiry Committee, pursuant to section 36 of the Health Professions Act, has reached an agreement with the pharmacist registrant to voluntarily suspend the registration as a pharmacist effective February 12, 2016. The agreement remains in effect until further notice. The Inquiry Committee considers the agreement necessary to protect the public. The pharmacist registrant's name has been withheld pursuant to section 39.3(4) of the Health Professions Act.

Singh, Amarjit Kaur (Jan 19, 2016)
(May 25, 2016 - Limits and Conditions removed)

The Inquiry Committee, pursuant to s. 35(1)(a) of the Health Professions Act, R.S.B.C. 1996, c. 183, for the purposes of public protection, has imposed the following limits and conditions on the practice of registrant Amarjit Kaur Singh, pending completion of an investigation:

  1. Upon receiving notice of this order, Ms. Singh will make arrangements to meet with the Deputy Registrar to thoroughly discuss the roles and responsibilities of a pharmacy manager, director, and owner.

  2. If Ms. Singh accepts an appointment to be a pharmacy manager, director, and owner anywhere other than Downtown Pharmacy, she must give written notification to the College and meet with the Deputy Registrar within two weeks of such appointment.

The limits and conditions imposed by the Inquiry Committee on September 9, 2015 have now been lifted and replaced with the above limits and conditions.

The registrant was the pharmacy manager and director of Downtown Pharmacy, and did not fulfill the responsibilities of a pharmacy manager and director to operate a pharmacy that met legislative and practice standards. She allowed the pharmacy premises, where medications are prepared and dispensed, to become an unsafe and unhygienic environment, causing harm or potential harm to the public.

Sands, Ian Colin (Dec 15, 2015)
(June 15, 2016 - Limits and conditions removed)

Ian Colin Sands has completed a term of suspension which ended on December 15, 2015, and his registration as a pharmacist has been reinstated as of December 16, 2015.  Upon reinstatement from suspension, Mr. Sands is prohibited from acting as a pharmacy manager until June 15, 2016. 

Pharmacist Registrant 18 (Nov 9, 2015)
(February 27, 2016 - Limits and Conditions Removed)

The Inquiry Committee, pursuant to Section 36 of the Health Professions Act, has reached an agreement with the pharmacist registrant to amend the following term in the Consent Agreement dated February 27, 2014:

  1. Being restricted from the following roles in his practice:
    1. an owner or manager of a pharmacy;

The term will now read as follows:

  1. Being restricted from the following roles in his practice:
    1. an owner of a pharmacy;

The remainder of the terms in the Consent Agreement are in effect until further notice. The pharmacist registrant’s name has been withheld in accordance with section 39.3 (4) (a) of the Health Professions Act.

De Guia, Aldwin Ramirez (Oct 17, 2015)

Aldwin De Guia has satisfied the terms of an agreement reached with the Inquiry Committee dated October 16, 2013.  Limits and conditions on Mr. De Guia’s registration as a pharmacist have now been removed.  

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