The requirements for hearings are outlined in the Health Professions Act.
A complaint is referred to a hearing only if the evidence presents reasonable grounds that unprofessional conduct has occurred. The complainant will be updated throughout the process and may be called as a witness during the proceedings, but it is important to note that the complainant is not a party in these proceedings.
Upcoming Hearings at the College
Under Part 4 of the Health Professions Act, hearings are typically open to the public unless otherwise determined by the Hearing Tribunal. To attend a hearing, you are required to pre-register with the College, as space is limited. Attendance will be reserved on a first-come, first-served basis. The College is unable to accommodate anyone who is not pre-registered.
Email hearings@ABparamedics.com with your full name and contact information as well as the Hearing date you’re interested in attending.
Unless otherwise specified, Hearings take place at the College office. Please read our Attending a Hearing at the College guide to understand more.
November 1 & 2, 2023
In accordance with Part 4 of the Health Professions Act, discipline Hearings are open to the public unless otherwise determined by the Hearing Tribunal.