Cotton Mill Pharmacy Pharmacist ANDREW HANNA Under Investigation 102018

Cotton Mill Pharmacy Pharmacist ANDREW HANNA Under Investigation  102018

Cornwall Ontario – Cornwall pharmacist Andrew Hanna did not respond to CFN after a viewer submitted two pages of issues with the College of Pharmacists.  We were told he was hiding unavailable until at least Monday.

The charges are quite serious.  Nabilone is a form of Cannabis, while Ziprasidone is a drug used for schizophrenia.

Have you had an issue with the Cotton Mill pharmacy?  Please email us at info@cornwallfreenews.com or call us at 855 444 1133.  All communications are confidential.

We will be updating this story as more information becomes available.

 

Hanna, Andrew

Hearing date: TBA

Summary of Allegations

As a result of a referral by the Inquiries, Complaints and Reports Committee, it is alleged that Mr. Hanna, while engaged in the practice of pharmacy as owner, Designated Manager, or dispensing pharmacist at the Cotton Mill Pharmacy in Cornwall, committed professional misconduct in that he

  • Charged an excessive fee to patient [Name] in relation to her prescription for Nabilone 0.5mg/ml

In particular, it is alleged that he

  • Failed to maintain a standard of practice of the profession
  • Charged a fee or amount that was excessive in relation to the service or product provided
  • Engaged in conduct or performed an act relevant to the practice of pharmacy that, having regard to all the circumstances, would reasonably be regarded by members of the profession as disgraceful, dishonourable or unprofessional




Hanna, Andrew

Hearing date: TBA

Summary of Allegations

As a result of a referral by the Inquiries, Complaints and Reports Committee, it is alleged that Mr. Hanna, while engaged in the practice of pharmacy as owner, Designated Manager, or dispensing pharmacist at the Cotton Mill Pharmacy in Cornwall, committed professional misconduct in that he

  • Charged an excessive fee in relation to the prescription of patient [Name] for Ziprasidone 15mg;
  • Failed to inform the parents of patient [Name] of less expensive ways in which the same medication could be prepared

In particular, it is alleged that he

  • Failed to maintain a standard of practice of the profession
  • Charged a fee or amount that was excessive in relation to the service or product provided
  • Engaged in conduct or performed an act relevant to the practice of pharmacy that, having regard to all the circumstances, would reasonably be regarded by members of the profession as disgraceful, dishonourable or unprofessional

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Looks like he’s finally caught for something illegal. It’s about time.

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This may be the end of his profession and may face jail time as well. Not too intelligent that is for sure.

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People don’t realize that mistakes can cost a person their life. When my husband was sick last year and had a mighty serious form of pneumonia that almost killed him the doctor who was not supposed to practice without supervision went and prescribed meds that almost killed my husband and he was a middle aged man in a walk in clinic.