Following the filing of an appeal this month, a stay hearing will be held at the Palais de France on Wednesday. In Justice, attorney Christine Kirk tells a professional court that gynecologist and obstetrician Dr.
Kliman, who has worked there since 1983 and most recently at Jewish General Hospital, was arrested last month after allegedly making inappropriate sexual remarks in front of a pregnant woman at the end of April. License revoked until further notice. A nurse who worked with Kliman claimed she whispered, "Thank you for the good times," while removing her gloves after performing a gynecological examination. The disciplinary committee members had to take into account that there are no victims here," Kirk said. If the decision on the request for stay is made by a judge. "No patient was offended by the comment because she had never heard it. Firstly, the comment was not offensive, and secondly, she had not heard it.
In addition to the alleged comments, the council's decision was based on Kliman conducting the tests himself, which is not permitted. was fined $2,500 and had his license revoked for two yearsfor making "vulgar and inappropriate" sexual remarks during. A woman should be present at all times during the examination.
Between 6:25 p.m. April 22, according to the council. Her one at 8pm was done by a doctor alone and was not on her file.
"A test done without a nurse present was an emergency test," Kirk said Wednesday. "She wasn't there. He couldn't find her, according to Dr. Kliman.
"Doctors have a legal, an ethical duty to provide health care," she said. Added.
Between 1989 and 2020, Kliman was the subject of 11 disciplinary investigations against her, according to the council. After the latest, it said there were "concerns about public protection if the respondent continued to practice his profession."
"We are asking the judge to suspend the decision that Dr. Kliman's license has been temporarily revoked," Kirk said Wednesday. “Today we wanted to convince the court that there was no danger to the public because the patient said all was well.
The Medical College of Quebec said it would not comment on the matter because it is in court.
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