The HealthQuest issue should have been addressed from the first complaint. It involves:Therefore, it is basic law that on the grounds of lack of procedural fairness, all arbitrary decisions to send employees to HealthQuest are automatically null and void and all that followed those decisions are also a nullity. Possibly the HCCC have commenced action on this. HealthQuest medical practitioners did not obtain informed consent (inclusive of all its inherent responsibilities) to perform any medical process on the employee directed to be in HealthQuest premises. Importantly, also HealthQuest medical practitioners did not inform us that we had the right to not be there. It follows also that it is basic law that on the grounds of lack of procedural fairness, all arbitrary decisions made by HealthQuest medical practitioners are also automatically null and void and all that followed those decisions are also a nullity
- Denial of procedural fairness and subsequent nullity voids the damaging statements written by the Departments and by HealthQuest medical practitioners
- Medical practitioners must not issue false certificates including false "Retirement Certificates" or "Redundancy Certificates" (Crimes Act).
- Medical practitioners claimed to have performed a medical process without first making full disclosure, stating all options, warning of danger, and then obtaining informed consent.
- Medical practitioners [for a fee from their client: participating Departments] claimed to make 'diagnoses' of people who are not consulting them in a doctor/patient basis
- Medical practitioners [for a fee from their client: participating Departments] claimed to form 'opinions' to please the Departments and cause the targeted employee detriment and in doing so made wild claims of insanity linked with incapacity. They did this while they were far removed from the targeted employee.
A. Attached for your information and attention is copy of my letter to the Commissioner HCCC 16 September 1999. The Commission acknowledged receipt of the letter. The letter reported a possible crime. The HCCC did not act on possible crime, and thereby possibly helped the perpetration/concealment of crime. This inaction certainly succeeded in continuing the day-to-day damage and anguish to me. The difficulty of obtaining work and money to live on when the purported "Retirement Certificate" with its false, discriminatory psychiatric labelling are left to stand against my previously good name and professional reputation cannot be measured. My and my family's suffering cannot be measured.
B. As discussed at the meeting, employees subjected to Departments decisions to send the employee to HealthQuest are entitled to basic and lawful procedural fairness before such decisions can be implemented. Failure to provide procedural fairness renders such decisions null and void, and all that flowed from the decision is also void. Attached are references to Procedural Fairness and nullity following denial of procedural fairness