Physiotherapist Struck Off after Review of 12 Month Suspension

Physiotherapist Adam McMackin has been struck off the HCPC Register following a review of a 12 month suspension resulting from lack of competence and misconduct whilst employed by Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.

A panel of the HCPC Conduct and Competence Committee conducted a first review of a suspension order imposed on 22 July 2014. Mr McMackin was originally suspended after failing to maintain professional boundaries and for basic failings over a long period. This included not keeping accurate records or completing assessment and treatment plans to an acceptable standard.

With no information from Mr McMackin in relation to any steps he has taken to remedy his lack of competence and misconduct, the Panel found that his fitness to practise remains impaired.

Panel Chair Gary Leong commented: