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CPSO Invading Patient Privacy in Effort to Punish Doctor for Pandemic Care

Dr. Rochagne Kilian and Attorney Paul Slansky Standing Up for Patient Confidentiality and Doctor-Patient Relationship

By Peter A. McCullough, MD, MPH

A wave of corrupt authoritarianism has swept through the house of medicine during the pandemic and the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario, Canada, is leading this new dark campaign against physicians by extending their probe into the private affairs of other patients not involved in the case at issue.

I sat down with Dr Kilian and her pro bono attorney Paul Slansky for an in depth review on the allegations, fact pattern, the process of CPSO investigation. Kilian, who was an emergency physician stepped down from her position after a flawless clinical track record in a move to protect her personal health from mandatory COVID-19 vaccination, which has resulted in record injuries, disabilities, and death. That move alone was worth all the heartache that would follow. She transitioned to telemedicine private practice to care for the surge of Canadians suffering from COVID-19. In that effort, she issued several vaccine exemptions for valid clinical reasons. One of the employers of a patient reported Kilian to CPSO. It is important to note this was not a patient compliant or issue with clinical care.

An interim order suspending Kilian’s certificate of registration with CPSO came into effect  as of on Oct. 27, 2021 and was directed by the College’s Investigations, Complaints and Reports Committee (ICRC). The CPSO first placed restrictions on Kilian’s certificate of registration on Oct. 15, preventing her from providing medical exemptions in relation to COVID-19 vaccinations, mask requirements and testing. Kilian spoke at a public rally as a guest speaker on October 30, 2021.

Mr Slansky, who has sued the Attorney General of Canada in 2013 on constitutional and procedural matters, stated that CPSO ICRC would not promptly handle the issue at hand, but has attempted to force Kilian to release all her patient records of interest. She has refused to violate her patients confidentiality and anonymity. The patients themselves have banded together to support Kilian and Slansky and to defend their privacy and autonomy.

You should listen to the entire program to understand the scope of ICRC procedural misconduct including lack of equal protections and due process, violation of free speech, and invasion of privacy. This case could go all the way to the Supreme Court of Canada. Courageous Discourse will keep you updated.

In the meantime, Dr. Kilian has launched “K Wellness” a private membership association in Canada where clients can seek her advice in a protected environment from CPSO, ICRC, Ontario Health Insurance Plan, and Health Canada.

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Peter A. McCullough, MD, MPH

President, McCullough Foundation

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