Charge Detail Summary

File Number: Nur17/401P
Practitioner: Jose Miguel Dy

Hearing Start Date:

Hearing End Date:



Hearing Town/City: Auckland

Hearing Location:

Kingston 1 Room, Rydges Hotel, 59 Federal Street, Auckland, commencing at 9.00 am


Executive Officer: Debra Gainey (04) 381 6816

Charge Characteristics:

Relationship inappropriate use of (Established)

Additional Orders:

Name Suppression to Practitioner

Practitioner granted interim suppression of name and identifying features


Name Suppression to Complainant and/or Patient and/or client

Complainant and other persons named in charge granted interim name suppression


Other Suppression Orders

Practitioners employer and place of employment granted interim name suppression


Name Suppression to Witness/s and/or Family of parties

Permanent suppression of name and details for the victims and witnesses.  


Other Suppression Orders

Permanent suppression of personal medical matters and physiology for the practitioner


Suppression of particular details of affairs of Practitioner and/or Complainant and/or Patient

Permanent suppression of those parts in charges, hearing, evidence and the decision which reference the personal connection between the practitioner and each of the witnesses.


Appeal Order:


Full Decision 963Nur17401P.pdf

Appeal Decision:

Precis of Decision:


At a hearing held 20 February 2018, the Health Practitioners Disciplinary Tribunal considered a charge laid by the Professional Conduct Committee (PCC) against Mr Jose Miguel Dy (the Nurse) of Auckland.

The charge alleged that the Nurse behaved in an inappropriate or unprofessional manner by harassing, bullying members of staff and misrepresenting his authority to hire and fire staff.

The Nurse did not attend the hearing, it therefore proceeded on a formal proof basis.  The Nurse provided a written submission prior to the hearing and again before the Tribunal considered penalty.



The Tribunal had no hesitation in finding the charges were made out and that disciplinary sanction was necessary.



The Tribunal censured the Nurse and cancelled his registration.  The Tribunal ordered the Nurse to pay a total contribution of $9,000 towards the costs of the Tribunal and the PCC.

The Tribunal directed publication of its decision and a summary thereof.