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Dr. May Mones sanctioned by CPSA Hearing Tribunal

Hearing Decisions, Media Release | Posted February 18, 2022

Edmonton, AB – Dr. May Mones, a pediatrician from Calgary, was sanctioned by a CPSA Hearing Tribunal for practising medicine without a valid practice permit, and for failing to respond to correspondence from CPSA.

In 2020, Dr. Mones did not complete her annual Renewal Information Form (RIF), resulting in the cancellation of her practice permit and registration with CPSA. When CPSA learned Dr. Mones was continuing to practise medicine without a valid practice permit, a complaint was initiated. Dr. Mones ultimately completed her RIF and her practice permit was reinstated, however she failed to respond to CPSA about the complaint.

Dr. Mones admitted to the unprofessional conduct and the Hearing Tribunal ordered that she receive a reprimand, participate in CPSA’s Physician Health Monitoring Program, and be responsible for the full cost of the investigation and hearing (final costs still to be determined).


CPSA Hearing Tribunal decision

CPSA’s Physician Health Monitoring Program

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