Rudolph Singh

Full Name:
Rudolph Singh
Registration Number:
13981
Current Status:
Member

Concerns, Conditions and/or Professional Misconduct

Practice Information

 

Primary Practice

One Dental

417 Wellington St #53 St. Thomas, ON, CA N5R 5J5
Phone:
519-637-1811
Sedation & Anesthesia Facility Permit:
No
CT Scanner Facility Permit:
No
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All Practice Locations

  • One Dental
    417 Wellington St #53 St. Thomas, ON, CA N5R 5J5
    Phone:
    519-637-1811
    Sedation & Anesthesia Facility Permit:
    No
    CT Scanner Facility Permit:
    No
  • Ayr Dental
    45 Stanley St #208 Ayr, ON, CA N0B 1E0
    Phone:
    (519) 632-8150
    Sedation & Anesthesia Facility Permit:
    No
    CT Scanner Facility Permit:
    No
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Professional Corporation Information

  • R. Singh Dentistry Professional Corporation 167 Worthington St E PO Box 417 North Bay, ON, CA P1B 8H5 Phone: (705) 472-7260
    Certificate of Authorization Status:
    Cancelled at Corporation's Request
    Date of Cancellation:
    May 09, 2018
    Certificate of Authorization Issuance:
    January 25, 2005
    Shareholders

Academic Information

 

Dental Degree

1995
Tufts University, United States

This may not be a complete record of the member's academic information or continuing education.

Certificate(s) of Registration

 

Current Certificate(s) of Registration and Date(s) of Issuance

General

Previous Certificate(s) of Registration

General
-

Initial Date of Registration

Sedation & Anesthesia Details

 

Sedation Administration Authorization

Minimal Nitrous Oxide/Oral Sedation

Complaints & Reports Outcomes

 

Case File: 170202

Decision Date:
May 31, 2019

Caution

As a result of a complaint, the Inquiries, Complaints and Reports Committee decided to caution Dr. Singh as follows:

• Dismissing a patient in a worsening state with a compromised airway to present herself to a hospital on her own is not a responsible response. It is important to recognize when a patient’s condition is serious enough to warrant more direct intervention than advising them to find their own way to a hospital. In such situations, you should take more steps to ensure the patient’s safe arrival at the hospital such as arranging transportation for them. Further, in such situations you should advise the hospital of the patient’s imminent arrival to expedite their treatment there rather than simply providing an informal note for the patient to present upon arrival. 

• It is unacceptable to document an appointment over a week after it occurs and to neglect noting in the chart the actual date of the event(s) and/or an explanation for the delayed entry. This is particularly so when the delayed chart entry pertains to a significant event involving the referral of a patient to the emergency department of a hospital. Further, it is unacceptable to submit records with a delayed entry as described to the College in response to a complaint without making any mention of that entry being late and explaining the reason for it. 

Specified Continuing Education or Remedial Program

Current Status:
Completed
Required Course
Recordkeeping, including informed consent
Current Status:
Completed
Required Practice Monitoring - Office Visits
Practice to be monitored for 36 months in recordkeeping, including informed consent

Case File: 170256

Decision Date:
July 31, 2019

Specified Continuing Education or Remedial Program

Current Status:
Completed
Required Course
Endodontics, including diagnosis, treatment planning, case selection, clinical skills and recordkeeping.
Current Status:
Completed
Required Practice Monitoring - Office Visits
Practice to be monitored for 24 months following completion of course in Endodontics.

Discipline Results

 

Case File: H100003

Date of Decision:

Allegations:

Guilty
  • Failed to abide by written undertaking given to the College

Penalty:

  • Reprimand
  • Suspension One month - effective Aug 01, 2011 to Aug 31, 2011
  • $2,000.00 to be paid to College
Appealed:
No
Date Order Final:
May 13, 2011
Publications:
Published in Nov/Dec 2011 issue of Dispatch, the College's magazine for all registrants (See link to Decision Summary)

Decision Summary

Criminal Proceedings

 

Criminal Finding(s) of Guilt

Date:
Place:
North Bay, Ontario
Details:
Convicted of theft under $5,000, pursuant to s.334(b) of the Criminal Code of Canada. 

                                
Sentence: fine imposed 

This information was obtained from the register of the Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario (www.rcdso.org)