The Health Complaints Commissioner has made this Interim Prohibition Order against Sparadise Cosmetic Clinic Pty Ltd ACN 610 658 958 trading as ‘Sparadise Medical and Cosmetic Clinic’, pursuant to section 90 of the Health Complaints Act 2016.
The Commissioner reasonably believes that Sparadise Medical and Cosmetic Clinic has contravened a code of conduct applying to the general health service provided and is satisfied that it is necessary to make this order to avoid a serious risk to the health, safety or welfare of the public.
This order is in effect for 12 weeks, from 28 February to 22 May 2018, while an investigation is conducted.
Sparadise Medical and Cosmetic Clinic must not:
- Provide or cause to be provided to any person any cosmetic surgical and medical procedures, including any cosmetic surgical procedure that involves cutting the skin and any cosmetic medical procedure that involves piercing the skin, including injectable cosmetic treatments.
- Be in possession of, or administer, or cause to be administered to any person any schedule 4 drugs for cosmetic use including Botulinum toxin (Botox) and hyaluronic acid injection preparations (Dermal fillers).
- Administer or cause to be administered to any person any unregistered therapeutic good or scheduled medicine.
This Order will be published in the Victoria Government Gazette as well as the Health Complaints Commissioner website.
This Interim Prohibition Order takes effect on the service of the order on the general health service provider to whom it applies.