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Media schedule of FTP hearings

Media schedule 16 September 2019 – Friday 20 September 2019

All hearings begin at 10am and are open to the press and public unless otherwise stated.

Hearings are held at the Health and Care Professions Tribunal Service, 405 Kennington Road, London, SE11 4PT, unless otherwise stated.

For further details about our fitness to practise hearings, see the HCPTS website.

If you wish to attend a hearing held by the HCPTS, please contact the Communications Department by phone, tel: +44 (0)20 7840 9137.

Name of registrant:  Mrs Susan H Carter
Profession: Hearing aid dispenser
Hearing date: Monday 16 September – Friday 20 September 2019
Hearing location: Clayton Hotel Belfast, 22-26 Ormeau Avenue, Belfast, BT2 8HS

Mrs Susan H Carter’s fitness to practise is alleged to be impaired by reason of misconduct. Whilst employed as a hearing aid dispenser, she accepted cash payment from a patient in March 2017 and repaid her employer from her personal bank account in April 2017. Between February 2017 and May 2017, she took patient refunds from her employer to her personal bank account. Between April 2015 and April 2017, she also received payments from customers on unrecorded dates, gave the money to her employer at a later date in respect of 9 patients and amended invoice records in relation to this. She also recorded fake appointments between March and August 2017. Between May 2015 and December 2016 she dispensed different hearing aids to the ones ordered or paid for in respect of 5 patients.

Name of registrant: Ms Sally Briody
Profession: Social worker
Hearing date: Monday 16 September – Monday 23 September 2019
Hearing location: Health and Care Professions Tribunal Service, London, SE11 4PT

Ms Sally Briody’s fitness to practise is alleged to be impaired by reason of misconduct and lack of competence. Whilst registered as a social worker, between March 2012 and December 2014, she failed to conduct or record sufficient visits to a number of children. She also did not complete adequate case recordings. She failed to adequately manage the risk to a child and complete Child in Need plans for number of children.

Name of registrant: Mr Nicholas Stock
Profession: Paramedic
Hearing date: Monday 16 September – Friday 20 September 2019
Hearing location: Health and Care Professions Tribunal Service, London, SE11 4PT

Mr Nicholas Stock’s fitness to practise is alleged to be impaired by reason of misconduct and lack of competence. Whilst registered as a paramedic, during May 2018, he failed to undertake and record adequate observations for a patient. He also failed to complete necessary assessments and did not take steps to safeguard the patient.

Name of registrant: Mr Daniel Joseph Hilferty
Profession: Social worker
Hearing date: Monday 16 September – Friday 20 September 2019
Hearing location: Health and Care Professions Tribunal Service, London, SE11 4PT

Mr Daniel Joseph Hilferty’s fitness to practise is alleged to be impaired by reason of misconduct. Whilst registered as a social worker, during April 2015, he engaged in inappropriate sexual conduct and/or contact with a person. He also made inappropriate sexual comments towards the person.

Name of registrant: Mr Christopher Milton
Profession: Biomedical scientist
Hearing date: Wednesday 18 September 2019
Hearing location:  Health and Care Professions Tribunal Service, London, SE11 4PT

Mr Christopher Milton’s fitness to practise is alleged to be impaired by reason of misconduct and lack of competence. While registered as a biomedical scientist, during April 2017, he replenished 3 units of emergency O Positive sample blood with 3 units of A Positive sample blood. He also recorded the incorrect blood group on 2 prescription sheets, incorrectly labelled a blood sample and recorded the wrong expiry date for a fresh frozen plasma unit. In May 2017, he recorded the results of tests incorrectly. In July 2017 he did not follow standard operating procedure when performing an Antibody Identification on a patient’s blood sample.

 

Page updated on: 13/05/2019
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