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DR DENNY BMA Wanganui Manawatu been sacked

#1 User is offline   rivercity 

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Posted 08 January 2010 - 08:38 PM

I have been told that the Branch Medical Adviser of Wanganui has been sacked for downloading porn. He apparently is being sentenced shortly, does anyone have more info on this man. To think he has viewed my file makes me sick. Doctor DENNY :angry: :angry: :angry:
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Posted 09 February 2010 - 05:00 PM

Is this the same Dr?

http://shame.co.nz
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Posted 25 June 2010 - 10:35 PM

This the same Coddington?

Coddington, Deborah (1996), The 1996 paedophile and sex offender index, Auckland, [N.Z.]: Alister Taylor Publishers, ISBN 0-908-57854-7
Coddington, Deborah (1997), The Australian paedophile and sex offender index, Sydney, [N.S.W.]: D. Coddington, ISBN 0-646-30777-0

http://en.wikipedia....orah_Coddington

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ps i would like to remind members to take care if considering posting to NZ websites which discuss sexual offenders & offences etc IMHO there is absolutely NO PROTECTION available for when these perverts target to silence critics & victims etc I am not sure if the shame website has been hacked yet but this has happened in the past within NZ where criminals have used deadly threats in real life to hunt out members who speak out etc

In addition to the NZ Police & IAD weaknesses when dealing with threats from such sophisticated predators & monsters - I would also remnd members that politicians & reporters too are easily manipulated and that they too may become part of the enabling problem imho :(

eg

IMHO Coddington may have written a book once upon a time - but bottomline perhaps is that when the going gets tough in this world of dark evil - she seems to have forgotten that whistleblowing laws in this country are a joke and anonymity becomes essential in order to stay alive :(

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Posted 29 July 2010 - 08:25 PM

Perhaps this fits the bill...

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A Palmerston North medical professional, convicted after an FBI investigation led police to find thousands of child porn images on his computer, has been suspended from working for nine months.

The man, whose identity is permanently suppressed, was found guilty last September on 25 charges of possession and one of distributing objectionable material.

Police found 290,000 images "of concern" on the man's computer, many of them showing naked young girls in sexual poses.

He has served a four-month home detention sentence given to him in February, and yesterday was censured and suspended by the Health Practitioners Disciplinary Tribunal....

Porn-accused suspended from working. By KATE NEWTON - The Dominion Post 27/07/2010
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Posted 30 July 2010 - 03:59 PM

View Postfreefallnz, on 29 July 2010 - 08:25 PM, said:



He, if it is one & the same person, has remained & still is a shareholder of City Drs Ltd - maybe that is the employment which they are referring to.

http://www.business.govt.nz

City Drs Ltd stated in a newspaper article this week that they need extra staff to cope with after hours emergency care.

We think either way it's inappropriate.

Coincidence that these articles came out in the same week, we thinks.
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Posted 08 August 2012 - 12:11 AM

Is this the same Dr Denny?

He appears to be the same one from his background profile and having worked for
http://www.acc.co.nz

http://www.pihc.co.n...our-doctors.htm


http://www.pihc.co.n...ages/DrJohn.png


Dr. John Denny


MB ChB, PGDip in Obs, Paediatric, Emergency Medicine and Occupational Medicine

John joined Nile Road medical centre as a full-time GP in December 2011. He has 25 years’ diverse experience as a medical practitioner working with other provider plus 6 years in his own practice, with wide general practice experience. Over the last 13 years he had added the fields of occupational and rehabilation experience in being an independent Medical Examiner with the provision of defensible medical opinions to employers, Accident Compensation Company and Accident Compensation case-management companies.

John’s medical registrations and professional affiliations included Fellowship of The Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners 2001; Fellowship of The Royal Australasian Faculty of Rehabilition Medicine, FAFRM (RACP) 2008.
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Posted 08 August 2012 - 12:28 PM

View Posthukildaspida, on 08 August 2012 - 12:11 AM, said:

Is this the same Dr Denny?

He appears to be the same one from his background profile and having worked for
http://www.acc.co.nz

http://www.pihc.co.n...our-doctors.htm


http://www.pihc.co.n...ages/DrJohn.png


Dr. John Denny


MB ChB, PGDip in Obs, Paediatric, Emergency Medicine and Occupational Medicine

John joined Nile Road medical centre as a full-time GP in December 2011. He has 25 years’ diverse experience as a medical practitioner working with other provider plus 6 years in his own practice, with wide general practice experience. Over the last 13 years he had added the fields of occupational and rehabilation experience in being an independent Medical Examiner with the provision of defensible medical opinions to employers, Accident Compensation Company and Accident Compensation case-management companies.

John’s medical registrations and professional affiliations included Fellowship of The Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners 2001; Fellowship of The Royal Australasian Faculty of Rehabilition Medicine, FAFRM (RACP) 2008.



Found this useful information on the Medical Council web site:
http://www.mcnz.org....ctors/?id=21708


Denny, Gregory John

Below is the registration information for this doctor.
Doctor's details
Name

Denny, Gregory John
Status

Registered
Qualifications

MB ChB 1985 Otago
Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery
University of Otago, New Zealand
Dip Obst 1987 Otago
Diploma in Obstetrics
University of Otago, New Zealand
DCH 1988 Otago
Diploma in Child Health
University of Otago, New Zealand
FRNZCGP 2001
Fellow of the Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners
Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners, New Zealand
FAFRM (RACP) 2008
Fellow of the Australasian Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine of the RACP
Royal Australasian College of Physicians, New Zealand

District

****
Practising certificate

from 1 June 2012 to 31 May 2013
Conditions

Conditions on scope of practice under Section 101(1)© of the Health Practitioners Competence Assurance Act 2003 effective from 27 April 2011:

For a period of 3 years from 27 April 2011, Dr Denny must comply with the requirements of the Medical Council’s Health Committee. These requirements include:
• undertaking counselling and other input as required
• complying with other measures as required
• entering into a mentoring relationship with another doctor.
General scope

3 December 1986
Provisional scope

14 March 1986
Scope of practice

General

Vocational

Rehabilitation Medicine (16 January 2009)
General Practice (7 September 2001)

Dr Denny is participating in an approved recertification programme relevant to the vocational scope of General Practice; Rehabilitation Medicine.

Dr Denny may work outside the stated vocational scope but must do so within a collegial relationship.
Definitions of scopes
General

A doctor who has completed the requirements of a provisional general scope will be registered within a general scope of practice.

Examples are resident doctors (who may also be known as junior doctors in other countries) who have completed their first post-graduate year and may be in vocational training, doctors who have not started, or have chosen not to do, vocational training or doctors nearing retirement who are no longer meeting the requirements for registration within a vocational scope of practice.

The doctor must establish a professional collegial relationship with another doctor who is registered within the same or related vocational scope, and must participate in appropriate continuing professional development to maintain and improve competence and to be recertified each year.
Vocational

A doctor who has completed his or her vocational training as a consultant and has appropriate qualifications and experience can be registered within a vocational scope of practice.

A doctor registered in a vocational scope must participate in an approved continuing professional development programme to maintain competence and be recertified each year.
Rehabilitation Medicine

Rehabilitation Medicine is the medical care of patients in relation to the prevention and reduction of disability and handicap arising from impairments, and the management of patients with disability from a physical, psychosocial and vocational view point.
General Practice

General Practice is an academic and scientific discipline with its own educational content, research, evidence base and clinical activity, and a clinical speciality orientated to primary care. It is personal, family, and community orientated comprehensive primary care that includes diagnosis, continues over time, is anticipatory as well as responsive.
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Posted 10 August 2012 - 10:26 PM

re post # 9.

Here is a decision that involves a Doctor Y who was found to be in possession of objectionable material.

How many of his patients were asked or would have come forward had they known who he was?

Unless names of these offenders are in the public arena in cases like this they may well be getting away with further offending such is the subtleness
of this type of behavior.


http://www.hpdt.org.....aspx?tabid=270

Med10/149P

Precis

Charge N


Med10/149P

Practitioner:
Name suppressed

Charge Characteristics:
Possession of objectional material

Additional Orders:
Practitioner granted interim name suppression: 301/Med10/149P
Practitioner granted permanent name suppression:321/Med10/149P

Decision:
321/Med10/149P

Charge No:

A Professional Conduct Committee (PCC) laid a charge against the Doctor on the basis that he had been convicted of possession of objectionable material and that the offences reflected adversely on his fitness to practice. The Doctor was convicted and sentenced in the District Court on each of the charges.

The particulars of the charge were as follows:

25 Charges of possession of objectionable material (including material containing child sexual abuse images) under sections 131A(A) and (2) of the Films, Videos and Publications Classification Act 1993. Such offences are each punishable by a term of imprisonment not exceeding 5 years.
One charge of distributing an objectionable publication under sections 124(1) and (2) of the Films, Videos and Publications Classification Act 1993. The offence is punisable by a term of imprisonment not exceeding 10 years.

Finding

The Tribunal found that the convictions reflected adversely on the Doctor’s fitness to practice and that it warranted a disciplinary sanction. The Doctor made an early guilty plea to the charge.

Background

The objectionable material was found on the Doctor’s computer and an external hard drive which contained over 400,000 files. It contained child sexual abuse images.

The Doctor was charged, convicted, and sentenced in the District Court to four months home detention (subject to conditions). He was granted permanent name suppression.

The Doctor had a psychiatric diagnosis of paraphilia (involving compulsive masturbation and the use of images when masturbating) that was under the control of medication. The Doctor’s offending did not take place at work or impact on his patients.

The Doctor elected not to give oral evidence before the Health Practitioners Disciplinary Tribunal.

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Reason for Finding

The Tribunal severely disapproved of the Doctor’s behaviour and said that the offences concerned behaviour which was generally abhorrent to all members of society. The Tribunal emphasised that the public needs to be assured that medical practitioners are of good character and standing in the community, and that a conviction for possession of objectionable material does not place the Doctor within this category.

The Tribunal’s prima facie conclusion was that cancellation of the Doctor’s registration was appropriate. This was based on the:

Nature of the offending;
The fact that the Doctor was not prepared to appear before the Tribunal for questioning;
That there were a number of omissions from the evidence before the Tribunal; and
A consultant psychiatrist has identified there was a real risk that when the Doctor’s medication for his condition was reduced, there would be an increase in the urge to re-offend.

However, the Tribunal considered the need to rehabilitate, and not primarily punish, the Doctor and recognised all of the rehabilitative steps that the Doctor had undertaken (immediate attempts at counselling, psychiatric support, accessing of psychiatric drugs and the Wellstop Programme).

Penalty

The Tribunal censured the Doctor and ultimately concluded that the appropriate penalty was a period of significant suspension from practice. As the Doctor voluntarily gave up his practising certificate on conditions in October 2009, a further suspension of 9 months from the date of the hearing was deemed appropriate by the Tribunal.

The Doctor was ordered to practise under the following conditions for a period of three years after he resumed practice:

Prior to re-registration, undergo a psychiatric/psychological assessment confirming fitness to practice that is acceptable to the Medical Council.
Ongoing oversight by the Health Committee of the Medical Council formalised by way of an agreed Voluntary Undertaking for a period of three years.
Comply with ongoing counselling and/or psychiatric/clinical psychologist input on such conditions as required by the Medical Council for a period of three years.
Comply with other rehabilitation steps considered appropriate by the psychiatrist and/or clinical psychologist (e.g. medication).
Enter into a mentoring relationship, with monthly meetings that will assist in early identification of triggers as established in the rehabilitation programme.
Undertake not to access material, images or publications that are deemed objectionable under the Films, Videos and Publications Classifications Act 1993. The Doctor is to continue to use the internet access safeguards imposed by the Probation Service.
The Doctor is to be responsible for any costs not ordinarily met by the Medical Council in relation to the above conditions.

The Doctor was ordered to pay 20% of the total costs of the investigation, prosecution and Tribunal’s hearing costs. This discount in costs was awarded due to the Doctor’s early guilty plea.

The Doctor was given permanent name suppression to give effect to the District Court’s order of permanent name suppression

http://www.hpdt.org....ecisionanon.pdf

On xxx Dr Y, registered medical practitioner of xxx, was convicted
in the District Court at xxx on 25 charges of possession of
objectionable material (including material containing child sexual
abuse images) under sections 131A(1) and (2) of the Films, Videos
and Publications Classification Act 1993 which offences are each
punishable by a term of imprisonment not exceeding 5 years; and
one charge under sections 124(1) and (2) of the Films, Videos and
Publications Classification Act 1993 of distributing an
objectionable publication which offence is punishable by a term of
imprisonment not exceeding 10 years. The District Court convicted
Dr Y on each of the charges and remarked that the offending had
occurred over a period of years while Dr Y was practising as a
medical practitioner in xxx, New Zealand..
He is listed as Dr Y.

There is a list of unnamed "experts" who appeared in support of Dr Y in the decision.

We believe in the interests of transparency and integrity those "experts" should be named, besides if Medical Professionals know who they are and if they find themselves in similar circumstances to Dr Y they may be encouraged to contact them prior to their offending escalating and harming others.

These unnamed experts sure have rehabilitated this offender very quickly, or is it a case of mates helping a mate?

We are of understanding most offenders like this would be locked up in jail and spend years getting rehabilitation and been subjected to countless Pyschological and Psychiatric Assessments.

Dr Y is understood to have been seeing a psychiatrist and attending the Wellstop Programme, a sexual offenders rehabilitation programme.


http://www.wellstop.org.nz/
http://www.wellstop....ender-programme

http://www.hpdt.org....ecisionanon.pdf

Level 13, Mid City Tower, 139 Willis Street, Wellington 6011
PO Box 11649, Manners Street, Wellington 6142, New Zealand
Telephone: 64 4 381 6816 Facsimile: 64 4 802 4831
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.hpdt.org.nz

DECISION NO: 321/Med10/149P

IN THE MATTER of the Health Practitioners
Competence Assurance Act 2003
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THE MATTER of disciplinary proceedings against
DR Y, Medical Practitioner of XX
BEFORE THE HEALTH PRACTITIONERS DISCIPLINARY TRIBUNAL
HEARING: Held in Wellington on 26 July 2010

TRIBUNAL: Ms Kate Davenport (Chair)
Dr Justin Barry-Walsh, Dr Julie Kimber, Ms Amanda
Kinzett, Dr Graham Sharpe (Members)
Ms Karen Crosby (Executive Officer)
Ms Helen Hoffman (Stenographer)
APPEARANCES: Ms Kristy McDonald QC and Ms Jo Hughson for the
Professional Conduct Committee
Mr Harry Waalkens QC and Ms Hanne Janes for the
Respondent



http://www.hpdt.org....dnspracanon.pdf

Level 13, Mid City Tower, 139 Willis Street,
Wellington 6011
PO Box 11649, Manners Street, Wellington 6142, New
Zealand
Telephone: 64 4 381 6816 Facsimile: 64 4 802 4831
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.hpdt.org.nz

DECISION NO.: 301/Med10/149P
IN THE MATTER of the Health Practitioners
Competence Assurance Act 2003
AND
IN THE MATTER of disciplinary proceedings against,
DR Y a registered medical
practitioner of xx

BEFORE THE HEALTH PRACTITIONERS DISCIPLINARY TRIBUNAL
HEARING by telephone conference on Monday 17 May 2010 at 8.30 am.
PRESENT: Mr Bruce Corkill QC – Chair
Ms Gay Fraser – Executive Officer
APPEARANCES: Ms Jo Hughson, counsel for the Professional Conduct Committee
(PCC)
Ms Hanne Janes for the respondent
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Introduction
1. Dr Y is a registered medical practitioner of xx.
2. On 14 April 2010, the PCC laid a disciplinary charge against Dr Y with the
Tribunal.
3. At a directions conference held on Monday 17 May 2010, it was directed that the
charge would be heard by the Tribunal on Monday 26 July in Wellington.
4. Dr Y made application for interim orders prohibiting publication of his name and
identifying features.

5. The application for an interim order prohibiting publication of name and identifying
features of Dr Y was consented to by counsel for the PCC on the basis that the Court
had order non publication of Dr Y’s name. It was also accepted that the Chair could
make a consent order.

6. The Chair is satisfied that the application for an interim order of non publication of
name was a proper one.

Directions
7. By consent, an interim order preventing the publication and identifying features of
Dr Y is made. This order is to continue until further order of the Tribunal.
8. The making of this order is not to be taken as an indication one way or the other as
to whether a final order would be made by the Tribunal, if such an application was
made.
DATED at this 17th day of May 2010.
................................................................
B A Corkill QC
Chair
Health Practitioners Disciplinary Tribunal


Bruce Corkill QC Conflicts of Interest ???

http://accforum.org/...uce-corkill-qc/
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Posted 02 December 2012 - 09:07 PM

What background checks were done by the http://www.police.govt.nz in these cases on the "Drs" who wrote these offenders Psychiatrict/ Psychological Reports?

Did any of these Medical Professionals/ Criminals go to Med school together?

Were they associated together through work "contracts".

It has been disclosed this week that a Dr Jonathon Wright was "fiddling the books" with his http://www.acc.co.nz contract so who is to know
if he may have been one of "Dr Y's" assessors.

Birds of a feather do flock together unfortunately.

It would be a safeguard for all if further checks by the http://www.police.govt.nz were undertaken to ensure no-one is covering up other unlawful behaviour, unlawful behaviour that is known to be done by those in trusted roles in society.

Is there an Interpol alert on "Dr Y" should he, at any stage, fly out of New Zealand, perhaps to a country where those whom don't know his background live
& where children may be exploited?

Sick people like Dr Y have already preyed on vulnerable people & no one else needs to be exposed to his abhorrent conduct.

There are plenty of cases where predators have not been rehabilitated & cover-ups have ocurred.
We only need to read what has been exposed recently in the UK with the likes of Jimmy Saville & Gary Glitter [(born Paul Francis Gadd, 8 May 1944) is an English former glam rock singer-songwriter and musician] sex abuses.


Child-porn doctors still work in medicine
MARIKA HILL
Last updated 08:42 02/12/2012

http://www.stuff.co....ork-in-medicine

An Auckland GP convicted of possessing images of child abuse is among the criminal medical professionals allowed to keep working.

Nineteen medical professionals with criminal convictions have appeared before the Health Practitioners Disciplinary Tribunal in the past three years, with eight struck off. Offences included grooming children for sex, assaulting a police officer, fraud and drug dealing.

A child advocate says the decision to allow two doctors to keep working despite being caught with images of child abuse raises serious questions about the tribunal. "They should have been struck off," Stop Demand founder Denise Ritchie said. "These men have a sexual interest in children."

Parents would be horrified to learn their family doctor had masturbated to images of young girls, she said.

The Auckland GP was granted permanent name suppression after being sentenced to four months' home detention and being suspended from work for nine months. He now works at an Auckland clinic and listed his expertise as child health and obstetrics.

He was caught with 290,000 images of pornography featuring young girls, and is now on medication to reduce his pornography addiction. Conditions around continuing to practise include counselling and mentoring. However, a psychiatric report raised concerns that his criminal urges might return if he stopped taking his medication.

"There does remain an inevitable question mark over whether Dr Y will escape from this addiction," the tribunal noted.

The doctor and clinic refused to comment.

Ritchie said the name suppression ruling added to the shroud of secrecy protecting doctors.

The tribunal has charged 50 medical professionals with professional misconduct due to criminal convictions since 2004.

In the past three years, six nurses, one X-ray technologist and a pharmacist were struck off the medical register for convictions ranging from theft to sexual misconduct. In the same period, 10 criminal medical professionals kept their practising certificate, including the two doctors caught with child pornography.

A second medical professional, Dr Andrew Jeremy Dunkley, was suspended for nine months after being caught with 50,000 pornographic images of teenage girls. As part of his conditions he must have a chaperone when treating females under 18 for three years.

In 2009, two nurses convicted separately of downloading images of child abuse were struck off the register. Medical professionals struck off are able to reapply for registration.

In August, Justice Minister Judith Collins proposed tougher penalties to curb the "terrible abuse suffered by children" used in pornographic images but the Government has no jurisdiction over the Health Practitioners Disciplinary Tribunal.


Collins said it was never appropriate for any child to be put in a situation where they might be at risk of serious harm. "I'd hope the tribunal respects the views of the community and the rights of children to be safe from harm when making decisions about practitioners who have been convicted of serious crimes."

Gary Fraser, the tribunal's senior executive officer, said public safety was the number one concern, but "there are a number of other things [the tribunal] do need to take into consideration, like issues around rehabilitation."

Patients did not have to be informed of a doctor's past convictions but decisions were kept on the tribunal's website.

"There are some practitioners, of course, who have permanent name suppression but not many."

Often the tribunal granted name suppression when a court order already existed.

Law professor Ron Paterson exposed flaws within the medical disciplinary system in his book The Good Doctor.

It highlighted a reluctance of doctors to judge other doctors who had committed crimes, with the approach being to have a "quiet chat" to solve issues.

Paterson contrasted that approach with nurses, who traditionally take a harder line on disciplinary matters.

AUT University researcher Kate Diesfeld, who specialises in tribunal law, said nurses were tougher on themselves than doctors.

She said she recalled a complaint about a nurse stealing a banana and yoghurt, but she doubted a doctor would be reported for the same incident. "Nurses are more stringent and vigilant about the profession's reputation and public safety."

It is not the first time convictions of medical professionals have caused controversy.

In 2000 disgraced Canterbury GP Morgan Fahey was sentenced to six years' jail for rape and sexual violation between 1966 and 1997.

His crimes sparked an external report to the Medical Council which found doctors who sexually offended were generally male GPs, middle-aged and eminent.

The report suggested the complaints may be the tip of the iceberg.

- © Fairfax NZ News
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Posted 06 December 2012 - 02:02 AM

This article is also understood to be about "Dr Y".

Sorry folks, the article is not online yet to read but is well worth reading as we have read it elsewhere.


Too close to our kids

http://truth.co.nz/i...ose-to-our-kids
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Posted 06 December 2012 - 08:41 AM

yes it is up to the HPDT...to release these names

its disgusting, that male doctors are still sanctioned to work with female patients

and when you ask for the designation of the chaperone (as is your right)...you get told the doctor is the authority (lol) , as he very bullyingly slams his fist on the table and comes over the desk like he is going to punch you!!!

thrown out of the meeting...without them ever revealing why they have to have a chaperone!!!

and when you lay a complaint...what a performance as the HDC and Medical Council goes into hyper drive to protect the top assessors who ""release"" claimants

after an informal discussion...seems assessors get paid a certain amount...until the report goes thru to acc...if in acc's favour, the assessor gets the full amount payable...therefore in the ir best interest to EXIT CLAIMANT FOR BONUS PAY...

IMHO of course
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Posted 21 December 2012 - 07:02 PM

Shame that the truth newspaper have not put this article online as it was worthwhile reading.

Too close to our kids
http://www.truth.co....ose-to-our-kids
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