26 Sep 2023
A medical practitioner’s inappropriate behaviour towards several colleagues has been found by a tribunal to constitute professional misconduct - he has been reprimanded, disqualified from applying for registration for nine months and ordered to pay the Board’s costs of $5,000.
Dr Mohan Kumar Kanajenahalli Nagraj was granted limited registration as a medical practitioner in August 2014 and practised at various Western Australian hospitals between September 2014 to September 2019. In April 2018, Dr Nagraj’s employment was terminated following a complaint about his inappropriate behaviour towards a colleague.
Dr Nagraj was found to have:
Dr Nagraj was also found to have failed to comply with section 130 of the National Law by failing to notify the Board that his employment had been terminated.
On 6 September 2023, the Western Australian State Administrative Tribunal found Dr Nagraj’s behaviour amounted to professional misconduct and reprimanded him. He was also disqualified from applying for registration for nine months and ordered to pay the Board’s costs of $5,000.
Read the tribunal's full decision online.