Prince Albert doctor faces sexual misconduct allegations for the second time
Dr. Nigel Painter. (Facebook)
A complaint has been filed against a Prince Albert family doctor following allegations of sexual misconduct.
The College of Physicians and Surgeons of Saskatchewan (CPSS) charged Dr. Nigel Painter with unprofessional conduct on July 12.
Painter is accused of inappropriately touching a patient and inappropriate comments last year.
The allegations have not been proven and the matter has been referred to a disciplinary committee.
This is the second time Painter has faced discipline from the college.
In 2014, Painter's license was suspended for one year after he admitted to engaging in a sexual relationship with a patient.
CPSS documents show his license was restored in November 2015 after receiving counselling.
Painter is listed with the CPSS as a general practitioner with the West Hill Medical Clinic.