Mosallam, Tamer

Hearing date: TBA

Summary of Allegations

As a result of a referral by the Inquiries, Complaints and Reports Committee, it is alleged that Mr. Mosallam, as pharmacist and/or Designated Manager at Pars Medical Pharmacy in Richmond Hill, committed professional misconduct in that he

  • Dispensed medications and/or supplies to himself, and/or submitted claims to GSC for such medications or supplies, without the required authorization from a prescriber, and/or falsified records of such authorization, in relation to certain identified prescriptions;
  • Dispensed medications and/or supplies to himself, and/or submitted claims to GSC for such medications or supplies, without the required authorization from a prescriber, and/or failed to document such authorization, in relation to certain identified prescriptions;
  • Dispensed medications and/or supplies to [Patient 1], and/or submitted claims to GSC for such medications or supplies, without the required authorization from a prescriber, and/or falsified records of such authorization, in relation to certain identified prescriptions;
  • Dispensed medications and/or supplies to [Patient 1], and/or submitted claims to GSC for such medications or supplies, without the required authorization from a prescriber, and/or failed to document such authorization, in relation to certain identified prescriptions;
  • Dispensed medications and/or supplies to [Patient 2], and/or submitted claims to GSC for such medications or supplies, without the required authorization from a prescriber, and/or falsified records of such authorization, in relation to certain identified prescriptions;
  • Dispensed medications and/or supplies to [Patient 2], and/or submitted claims to GSC for such medications or supplies, without the required authorization from a prescriber, and/or failed to document such authorization, in relation to certain identified prescriptions;
  • Obtained new prescriptions and/or prescription refills for himself for certain identified prescriptions;
  • Dispensed prescription medications to himself in relation to certain identified prescriptions; and/or
  • Submitted claims to GSC for 200 diabetic test strips for himself on or about October 27, 2014, as though the prescription had been authorized by him in accordance with the regulations under the Pharmacy Act, 1991 which was not accurate, and/or then falsified a record retroactively to indicate that the claim had been authorized by a physician before being submitted.

In particular, it is alleged that he

  • Failed to maintain a standard of practice of the profession
  • Practised the profession while he was in a conflict of interest
  • Failed to keep records as required respecting his patients
  • Falsified a record relating to his practice
  • Signed or issued, in his professional capacity, a document that he knew contained a false or misleading statement
  • Submitted an account or charge for services that he knew was false or misleading
  • Engaged in conduct or performed an act relevant to the practice of pharmacy that, having regard to all the circumstances, would reasonably be regarded by members as disgraceful, dishonourable or unprofessional