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A Sydney man whose children had been taken to hospital when he travelled to a GP’s office in July has had the secret records returned.
It is understood that the men’s parents have been told there are no current or previous records of any complaints of child protection issues involving the doctor.
A woman with knowledge of the process to have the records returned said that the information has to remain confidential as to avoid revealing their identities.
«The information they have to disclose is information to protect child welfare and the child is concerned to have it,» the woman said.
The disclosure came at an interim hearing on Monday with the case in the NSW Supreme Court on whether to 더킹카지노allow the parents access to their children’s medical records.
It is understood that some of the men’s records have not been produced to the lawyers for the father due to confidentiality reasons and the reasons why not explained.
It also comes as a separate court was hearing motions made by an insurance company in opposition to the Greens’ attempts to access its secret records.
The case relates to a woman who lives near Mount Druitt in western Sydney and claims her children have been harmed.
The court heard that it was agreed her children had been taken to Mount Druitt from a private GP’s office during the week of July 1, 2015, but the GPs were unwilling to answer basic questions about the case.
The woman argued in the hearings that she had access to her children’s records and had asked to access the hospital records, as well as the court application for them, by letter and over the phone.
Lawyer Neil Mitchell said there were concerns around whether the Greens were likely to get the records from the GPs as the doctors who had gospelhitzhandled the children had been removed by the GP’s office after being found guilty of improper hospital-related matters in the previous year.
«The카지노 사이트re are also concerns about their ability to access the private medical records that were available to the state health minister in 2015,» he said.
But Mr Mitchell said there were other records in the system and it would be unlikely the records would be leaked.
In response to the Greens’ motion, lawyers for the state health minister, Alex Hawke, said the GPs had not been accused of anything in relation to the case.
«These issues have been dealt with by the relevant parties,» a spokesman for Mr Hawke said.
A NSW MP, Andrew Wilkie, said whil