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"It basically represents what would be expected in these situations anywhere in the country," he said.
In a previous interview, Schollenberg said that from the college's point of view, intimate contact with a patient is improper, and it doesn't matter who ended the relationship, or why.
Berthelot wasn't a regular patient of Hanson's but had taken his children to see him for "various things" when he was an emergency room doctor at the Oromocto Public Hospital.
"He's a wonderful doctor, very friendly, very thorough, very caring," he said.
She said she has seen Hanson at his practice for about 2½ years because she doesn't have a full-time family doctor yet.
Hanson is an "amazing" doctor, she said, and his suspension is causing her a lot of anxiety.
"From what I'm reading, this does not sound like coercion or threatening or anything like that," he said.
It's among only a few walk-in clinics in the city and one of the busiest.
She said she's worried she won't receive the same type of care from other doctors, who don't know her history as well, or will be forced to wait in the emergency room for hours on end just to get prescriptions renewed for one of the eight medications she takes. " CBC requested an interview with Department of Health officials about the matter but was sent an emailed statement from department spokesman Paul Bradley.
"We suffer, everybody else who depends on him for long-term care — we've just lost everything," she said. It feels very personal." "I can't imagine the hundreds of people like me who have more severe issues. Bradley called the loss of a doctor an "operational issue" related to a private clinic and said questions should be directed to Hanson's practice.
"It's a shame that this is happening." Berthelot said he understands there is a code of ethics that doctors need to follow to ensure patients aren't taken advantage of.
But he said he thinks Hanson's punishment is overly harsh, given the relationship appears to have been consensual.