Ontario doctors on trial for the future of Canadian Healthcare

Dan Fournier

December 6, 2022

The Ontario Physicians and Surgeons Discipline tribunal (OPSDT) is currently investigating whether professional misconduct occurred by three doctors who did not follow its recommendations for Covid-19 treatment. 

Ontario doctors on trial for the future of Canadian Healthcare
Ontario doctors on trial for the future of Canadian Healthcare.

 On November 23, the Ontario Physicians and Surgeons Discipline tribunal (OPSDT) heard three hearings for the cases of physicians Dr. Patrick Phillips, Dr. Mark Trozzi, and Dr. Crystal Luchkiw.  

The doctors and their attorney Michael Alexander recently talked about the trial and their respective situations in a recent Bright Light News interview

The three Ontario practitioners are facing similar charges by the CPSO for their Covid-19-related stances under the ‘professional misconduct’ condemnation banner. 

Phillips said he’s been suspended since May for the purported violations of reporting each occurrence of adverse events in his patients, prescribing Ivermectin when treating his Covid-19 patients, and not providing patient files. 

When asked to be able to access the private medical files of his patients, Phillips refused on the legal grounds that he would not do so without the express authorization of his patients. 

Trozzi has been very outspoken and critical of the current measures and recommendations surrounding Covid-19 by health authorities and the CPSO.  

He claims that the CPSO is going after him for writing medical exemptions for his patients who did not wish to get the Covid-19 vaccine and for exercising his right to free speech.  

“We’re in such an unlawful place in history right now in this country. What the CPSO is doing is criminal. We’re here defending ourselves against blatant criminals who have caused death. Look around people, death rates are through the roof; they weren’t through the roof in 2020, they’re through the roof since the addition of these jabs,” Trozzi said in the interview. 

Luchkiw is the third doctor in the crosshairs of the CPSO.  

The family medicine practitioner said she saw inhumane and unethical treatment at her hospital. This caused a grievance with her Chief of Staff, Dr. Jeffrey Tyberg, who submitted a complaint to the College’s registrar about a patient who said he had an exemption.  

Luchkiw alleged that it was assumed by hearsay only and that, in the absence of proof, she was the one who had granted the exemption. For it, she is being investigated and is currently suspended. 

Regarding the sanctions imposed on his clients, attorney Alexander stated that he was shocked when he read the CPSO’s factum, which admitted that the “restrictions imposed on the doctors are just recommendations and guidelines that have no binding force,” which should render the case null.

He concludes that this trial is about much more than his clients’ respective plights, observing: “This case is about 38 million people and how they will receive medicine, treatment and prevention around Covid-19. So, it couldn’t be more important.” 

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