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New Health Practitioners Disciplinary Tribunal Chair


Hon Tony Ryall
Minister of Health


18 June 2014 Media Statement
New Health Practitioners Disciplinary Tribunal Chair

Health Minister Tony Ryall has announced the appointment of Mr David Carden, as the new chair of the Health Practitioners Disciplinary Tribunal.

“A barrister by training, Mr Carden has over four decades of experience in arbitration and mediation” says Mr Ryall.

“He has already provided excellent service in his role as deputy chair of the Tribunal and I am pleased to have Mr Carden continue that work in his new capacity”.

Mr Carden has served as a Deputy Chair of the Tribunal since 2010 and replaces Judge Bruce Corkill QC, who has been recently appointed as a judge of the Employment Court.

He will begin his three year term tomorrow.

ENDS

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