Dr Nicholas MYTTAS

Medical practitioners tribunal – New Hearing scheduled
Outcome on impairment
Hearing not yet held
Summary of outcome
Hearing not yet held
Type of case
Hearing date from
27 Jul 2021
Hearing date to
30 Jul 2021
Previously sat: 25-27 January 2021. Also scheduled to sit: 13-16 September 2021.
Location of hearing
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Area of practice

Pre hearing information


The tribunal will continue inquiring into the allegation that, between 31 October 2015 and 10 January 2019, when he did not hold a licence to practise, Dr Myttas provided psychiatric treatment to Patient A. It is further alleged that on 9 November 2018 and 10 January 2019, Dr Myttas sent a letter to Dr B and Dr C respectively, the content of which implied that he held a current licence to practise. It is alleged that his actions in this regard were misleading.

Bydd y tribiwnlys yn parhau i ymchwilio i'r honiad, rhwng 31 Hydref 2015 a 10 Ionawr 2019, pan nad oedd ganddo drwydded i ymarfer, darparodd Dr Myttas driniaeth seiciatrig i Glaf A. At hynny, honnir ar 9 Tachwedd 2018 a 10 Ionawr 2019, fod Dr Myttas wedi anfon llythyr at Dr B a Dr C yn y drefn honno, lle'r oedd y cynnwys yn awgrymu bod ganddo drwydded gyfredol i ymarfer. Honnir bod ei weithredoedd yn gamarweiniol yn hyn o beth.




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Private hearings

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