February 11, 2021
by Toronto Star
Dr. Christy Natsis, who received a six-month suspension from practicing dentistry in relation to her conviction in the death of an Ottawa man, received a scathing reprimand by the Royal College of Dentists and Surgeons of Ontario last week.
The reprimand will be part of her official record for as long as she practices dentistry. It contained statements citing her behaviour as disgraceful, dishonourable, unprofessional and unethical.
When the College’s Disciplinary Committee announced its decision on November 26, 2020 to suspend her licence, it also included several conditions related to her alcohol addiction and a formal reprimand outlining the seriousness of her actions and how it has impacted the dentistry profession as a whole.
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