HCC Interim Prohibition Order

Professor Noel Campbell

Fellow Australasian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine

Email: lyme@posteo.net

INTERIM PROHIBITION ORDER

HEALTH COMPLAINTS ACT 2016

Section 90

This Interim Prohibition Order is made pursuant to section 90 of the Health Complaints Act
2016
.

The Health Complaints Commissioner (Commissioner) has made this Interim Prohibition
Order because the Commissioner reasonably believes that the general health service
provider named below has contravened a code of conduct applying to the general health
service being provided and is satisfied that it is necessary to make this order to avoid a
serious risk to the health, safety or welfare of the public.

Name of the general health
service provider on whom
the Interim Prohibition
Order is imposed:

Noel Rodney Campbell of GLENROY in the State of
Victoria

Date this Interim
Prohibition Order is made:

15 March 2021

Date on which this Interim
Prohibition Order expires:

An Interim Prohibition Order can remain in force for up to
12 weeks. This Interim Prohibition Order will remain in
force until 6 June 2021 while an investigation is
conducted unless it is revoked before that date.

Effect of this Interim
Prohibition Order:

1. The general health service provider named above
must not directly or indirectly:

  1. advertise or cause to be advertised, or

  2. offer or cause to be offered, or

  3. provide or cause to be provided, or

  4. establish, direct or otherwise operate any

    business that either advertises, offers or
    provides (or causes to be advertised, offered or
    provided).

any general health service, paid or otherwise, in a
clinical or non-clinical capacity.

  1. The general health service provider named above
    must not directly or indirectly provide or cause to be
    provided any general health service, paid or
    otherwise, in a clinical or non-clinical capacity until
    such time as the Interim Prohibition Order is expired
    or revoked.

  2. The general health service provider named above
    must display a copy of this Interim Prohibition Order

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at their business premises and ensure that it is easily
visible to the public until such time as the Interim
Prohibition Order is expired or revoked.

  1. The general health service provider named above
    must publish a copy of this Interim Prohibition Order,
    that is easily visible to the public, on the homepage of
    any website or social media platform they use to offer
    or promote any general health services including (but
    not limited to) the following websites:

    1. https://www.lyme.repair/

    2. https://smile.org.au/

    3. http://biolyfe.org/

  2. The published IPO must remain on all websites and
    social media platforms at all times until the IPO has
    expired or is revoked.

In this Interim Prohibition Order ‘general health service’ and ‘general health service
provider’ have the same meaning as in se
ction 3 of the Health Complaints Act 2016.

This Interim Prohibition Order takes effect on the service of the order on the general health
service provider to whom it applies.

This Order will be published in the Victoria Government Gazette and on the Internet site of
the Health Complaints Commissioner,
www.hcc.vic.gov.au.

Karen Cusack
Health Complaints Commissioner

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