Note: If you attempt to obstruct the investigation by failing to respond to communications from the College, fail to co-operate with College staff investigating the complaint, or fail to provide information requested by the College, you may be subject to discipline proceedings (in addition to any proceedings relating to the original complaint).
What to do if you are the subject of a complaint
The Ontario College of Pharmacists responds to complaints and reports about pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, and registered pharmacy students. Each complaint is impartially investigated by College staff in a confidential manner.
If you are subject of a complaint, please do the following:
- Review the complaints process. You may also wish to view the College’s Complaints Process infographic
- Respond promptly to all communications from the College, including providing information the College requests, and fully co-operate throughout the investigation
- Consider obtaining a legal representative to assist you if you wish to do so
- Refrain from discussing the matter with the complainant after you receive notification that a complaint has been filed against you