Star neurosurgeon Charlie Teo says he does not regret undertaking two mind surgeries that led to him becoming investigated by health and fitness authorities.
In spite of equally of the patients not recovering from the operation, Dr Teo stated he was acting in their ideal passions by making an attempt the functions and proposed complaints have been prompted from inside the health care system.
‘I did it in their most effective fascination, thinking it was heading to enable them – it didn’t,’ he informed reporters on Wednesday.
Dr Teo was restrained by the NSW Health care Council in August 2021 from working devoid of the approval of another physician immediately after an investigation by the state’s Health Care Problems Fee.
The 65-yr-aged is renowned for accomplishing neurosurgery on cancer people with tumours other doctors have considered inoperable, but he has been accused of charging exorbitant fees and providing some patients false hope.
Dr Teo said he did not charge a cost for one of the functions that is being investigated and denied he was selfish to attempt the surgical procedures.
‘They’re just attempting to paint me to be some form of cash-hungry, reckless, non-compassionate health practitioner – I’m not. I just appreciate my perform. I love my people,’ he stated.
‘I’m not seeking to deny that issues come about. They do.’
Neurosurgeon Charlie Teo is renowned for accomplishing neurosurgery on individuals with tumours considered inoperable
Neurosurgeon Charlie Teo (remaining) and his fiancee Traci Griffiths (ideal) arrive for a Well being Treatment Grievances Fee Skilled Requirements Committee inquiry, in Sydney
A 7 days-very long fee hearing in Sydney has so far listened to from loved ones users of two feminine clients, one from WA and one more from Melbourne, who declare among the other matters they weren’t sufficiently educated of the dangers included with the surgical procedure.
But Dr Teo explained he formerly experienced a superior partnership with the husbands of the patients and they experienced been ‘coerced’ into making complaints by other medical practitioners.
The fee listened to from a male on Tuesday who claimed Dr Teo did not sufficiently make clear the challenges included with running to take away 60 for each cent of his wife’s brain tumour.
In spite of being told there was a risk of partial paralysis and memory reduction, the female opted to bear the medical procedures, since she was currently sure to a wheelchair and terminally unwell.
‘He in no way after turned all-around and said to my spouse ‘you may possibly not occur out of this’,’ her partner told the commission.