Mr Jonathan C Jarrett

Profession: Paramedic

Registration Number: PA15623

Hearing Type: Final Hearing

Date and Time of hearing: 10:00 13/06/2022 End: 17:00 13/06/2022

Location: This hearing was held virtually

Panel: Health Committee
Outcome: Other

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As a registered Paramedic (PA15623) your fitness to practise is impaired by reason of health and/or misconduct. In that:

1. [Redacted]

2. You have a physical and/or mental health condition as set out in Schedule A.

3. By reason of your health your fitness to practise is impaired.

4. The matters described at 1 above constitute misconduct.

5. By reason of your misconduct your fitness to practise is impaired.

Schedule A

1. [Redacted]

2. [Redacted]





1. The following are the reasons for the decisions announced by the Panel yesterday, 13 June 2022.


Preliminary Matters

Hearing in Private

2. Mr Harries QC applied for the entirety of the hearing to be conducted in private as the matters before the Panel consisted of health matters only. Mr Smart did not oppose the application and the Legal Assessor advised that the entirety of hearing should be conducted in private in view of the matters set out in the HCPTS Practice Note, Conducting Hearings in Private. In the circumstances, the Panel decided that the entire hearing be conducted in private.



3. In view of the HCPC’s decision to offer no evidence for paragraph 2, the Panel decided that Allegation of impaired fitness to practise on grounds of health in paragraphs 2 and 3 of the Allegation was not proved.

4. The Panel accepted the advice of the Legal Assessor and decided that it had no power as to the further management of the misconduct allegation now that it has disposed of the health allegation. Therefore, the case must be re-listed.


No information currently available


The Panel determined that the case was not well founded in relation to the facts of the case in regards to Health. This matter also concerns misconduct and the Panel decided that it had no powers to consider the ground of misconduct at this hearing, as they were sitting as a Health Committee Panel.

The ground of misconduct will still need to be considered as soon as is practicable and the matter will likely be cross-referred to the Conduct and Competence Committee. Details of this will follow in due course.

Hearing History

History of Hearings for Mr Jonathan C Jarrett

Date Panel Hearing type Outcomes / Status
13/06/2022 Health Committee Final Hearing Other
13/09/2021 Health Committee Final Hearing Adjourned