Former Canadian Physician Stripped of Medical License for Opposing COVID Mandates and Vaccines

Former Canadian emergency room physician, Dr. Patrick Phillips, had his medical license revoked by the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario (CPSO) due to his opposition to strict COVID mandates and his alternative treatment approaches. This article explores the reasons behind the revocation and highlights the ongoing battle between medical professionals and the establishment.

In a shocking turn of events, former Canadian emergency room physician Dr. Patrick Phillips has been stripped of his medical license by the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario (CPSO) for going against the grain in opposition to strict COVID dictates and vaccine mandates. His courageous stance has not only cost him his career but also drawn attention to the growing conflict between medical professionals and the prevailing narrative surrounding COVID-19. This article delves into the details of Dr. Phillips’ case and sheds light on the implications for medical freedom and patient care.

 Dr. Patrick Phillips: A Physician’s Battle Against COVID Mandates

Stripped of Medical License and Accusations of Misconduct

Dr. Patrick Phillips made headlines on June 6 when he announced that his medical license had been revoked following a plea of no contest in his case with the CPSO. Multiple counts of professional misconduct were levied against him, ultimately leading to the declaration of his incompetence and the revocation of his license. These severe actions were prompted by Dr. Phillips’ outspoken opposition to the public health response to the COVID-19 pandemic, which he believed was flawed and harmful.

Deliberate Undermining of Public Health Response

During the virtual disciplinary hearing held by the Ontario Physicians and Surgeons Disciplinary Tribunal (OPSDT), panel member Dr. Roy Kirkpatrick expressed dismay over Dr. Phillips’ deliberate efforts to undermine the public health response to COVID-19. As a physician, Dr. Phillips held significant influence, and his communication regarding the virus and public health measures were deemed careless, offensive, and potentially harmful. The CPSO accused him of making misleading, incorrect, and inflammatory statements about vaccinations, treatments, and public health measures related to COVID-19.

Phillips’ Alternative Treatment Approaches and Advocacy

Dr. Patrick Phillips’ journey toward revocation began when he started advocating for alternative treatment approaches and raising concerns about the adverse effects of COVID-19 lockdowns. He administered ivermectin to COVID patients, provided mask exemptions, and reported adverse effects from COVID vaccines. These actions set him apart from the mainstream medical establishment and drew attention to his unconventional methods.

The Fight for Constitutional Rights

In his battle against the CPSO, Dr. Phillips found support from fellow physicians Dr. Trozzi and Dr. Luchkiw, who was also canceled by the medical establishment for their dissenting views. Together, they fought for constitutional rights, challenging the narrative imposed by the CPSO and questioning the erosion of medical ethics and individual freedoms. While their legal efforts faced consistent failures, they remained steadfast in their belief that standing true to oneself and defending personal convictions outweighed protecting one’s career.

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