Prohibition orders

These orders can prohibit part, or all, of a health service for a set period of time or permanently. Find out more about orders and decisions.

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Showing 20 of 378 Prohibition orders
Effective from:
15 Feb 2024 to
8 May 2024
Daniel Lennon

Mr Daniel Lennon operating in Frankston in the State of Victoria.

Counsellor / Psychotherapist
Effective from:
15 Feb 2024 to
8 May 2024
Kalahe Gamage Harsha Gamage

Kalahe Gamage Harsha Gamage (also known as Roshan Gamage) provides Sri Lankan traditional medicine.

Ayurveda Provider
Effective from:
8 Feb 2024 to
2 May 2024
Marieke Rodenstein

Ms Rodenstein is a general health service provider, offering holistic dietician, nutritionist and functional medicine practitioner services.

General Health Service Provider
Effective from:
2 Feb 2024 to
25 Apr 2024
Ivan Yablonovskiy

Mr Yablonovskiy is a general health service provider, offering massage services in Victoria.

General Health Service Provider
Effective from:
25 Jan 2024 to
17 Apr 2024
Guoyou Han

Mr Guoyou Han operating in Mitcham in the State of Victoria.

Massage Therapist / Myotherapist
Effective from:
11 Jan 2024 to
3 Apr 2024
Joseph Faralla

Joseph Faralla trading as ‘The Massage Doctor’ (ABN: 54 271 477 513) of Coburg North in the State of Victoria.

Massage Therapist / Myotherapist
Effective from:
17 Jan 2024 to
9 Apr 2024
Mr Robert Loriente

Robert Loriente of Williamstown in the State of Victoria who also trades as ‘Robert Loriente’ ABN: 90 732 561 448

General Health Service Provider
Effective from:
22 Dec 2023 to
15 Feb 2024
Daniel Lennon

Mr Daniel Lennon operating in Frankston in the State of Victoria

General Health Service Provider
Effective from:
24 Dec 2023 to
16 Mar 2024
Mr John Maruff

John Maruff trading as ‘Melbourne Medical Massage’ (ABN 92 585 188 216) in the State of Victoria

General Health Service Provider
Effective from:
7 Dec 2023 to
28 Feb 2024
Julia Joan MacDougall

Julia Joan MacDougall (ABN: 26 414 083 514) operating in the State of Victoria

General Health Service Provider
Effective from:
9 Nov 2023
Harry Black

Mr Harry Black trading as Balance Counselling and Psychotherapy operating in Frankston in the State of Victoria.

Counsellor / Psychotherapist
Effective from:
25 Oct 2023 to
16 Jan 2024
Robert Loriente

Robert Loriente of Williamstown in the State of Victoria, who also trades as ‘Robert Loriente’ (ABN: 90 732 561 448) provides massages services.

General Health Service Provider
Effective from:
19 Oct 2023 to
10 Jan 2024
Joseph Faralla

Joseph Faralla is a general health service provider in Coburg North, offering massage services in Victoria.

 

 

Massage Therapist / Myotherapist
Effective from:
1 Oct 2023 to
23 Dec 2023
John Maruff

John Maruff is a general health service provider, offering massage services in Victoria.

Massage Therapist / Myotherapist
Effective from:
14 Sep 2023 to
6 Dec 2023
Julia Joan MacDougall

Julia Joan MacDougall (ABN: 26 414 083 514) is a general health service provider offering counselling and psychotherapy services.

Counsellor / Psychotherapist
Effective from:
17 Aug 2023 to
8 Nov 2023
Harry Black

Harry Black is a general health service provider, offering counselling services in Victoria.

Counsellor / Psychotherapist
Effective from:
27 Jul 2023 to
18 Oct 2023
Joseph Faralla

Joseph Faralla of Coburg North operates in the State of Victoria and offers massage services.

Massage Therapist / Myotherapist
Effective from:
2 Aug 2023 to
24 Oct 2023
Robert Loriente

Robert Loriente of Williamstown in the State of Victoria, who also trades as ‘Robert Loriente’ (ABN: 90 732 561 448) provides massages services.

Massage Therapist / Myotherapist
Effective from:
23 Jul 2023 to
14 Oct 2023
Mehrshad ‘Sam’ Moharaminia, also trading as ‘Body&Motion Massage’

Mr Mehrshad ‘Sam’ Moharaminia, also trading as ‘Body&Motion Massage’ (ABN: 58 285 619 639) provides massage therapy.

General Health Service Provider
Effective from:
14 Jul 2023
Revocation of Prohibition Order: Olusegun Osifeso

On 22 September 2021, the general health service provider made an application to the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT) to review the making of the Prohibition Order against him dated 14 September 2021. The parties have resolved the VCAT proceeding. Accordingly, it is appropriate to revoke the Prohibition Order made on 14 September 2021.

A copy of the Order to Revoke the Prohibition Order is to be published in the Victorian Government Gazette and is hereby published on the Health Complaints Commissioner's website.

General Health Service Provider

What are these orders and decisions?

Orders can prohibit a health practitioner or organisation from providing health services.

These orders can prohibit part, or all, of a health service for a set period of time or permanently. Interim orders of up to 12 weeks can also be made.

Orders are only made against general health service providers, meaning those not regulated by the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA), and only if the Commissioner believes they've breached the general code of conduct and pose an unacceptable risk to the public.

Prohibition orders issued in Victoria, New South Wales, Queensland and South Australia are prosecutable across all these states.
 

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What is a Prohibition order?

A Prohibition Order bans a general health service provider from providing all or part of a health service permanently or for the period specified by the Commissioner. The conditions are specified by the Commissioner in each Prohibition Order.

The Commissioner can make a Prohibition Order if the Commissioner has conducted an investigation, is satisfied that a general health service provider has contravened a relevant code of conduct and that the order is necessary to avoid a serious risk to the health, safety or welfare of the public.

If the Commissioner makes a Prohibition Order, a copy will be published on our website and in the Government Gazette.

A person on whom a Prohibition Order has been imposed must comply with the terms of the order - a failure to do so is an offence under the Health Complaints Act 2016.

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What is a Public warning?

The Commissioner can publish a public health warning statement if she believes it is necessary to avoid a serious risk to the health, safety or welfare of the public. The statement names the health service provider and includes relevant details necessary to warn the public of the risk posed.