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The Health and Disability Commissioner (HDC) and the Medical Council began investigating after a Wellington woman complained Drew pursued a sexual relationship with her while she was his patient at Lambton Quay practice City Medical, which he owned at the time.READ MORE: Wellington doctor's victim: He knew I was vulnerable Three more women patients have laid separate complaints.Drew declined to comment when approached by She said no, but he rang to reiterate the invitation."I said, 'What do you think you're doing, you're mad, I'm your patient,' and he seemed to laugh it off.""I never felt like he had been inappropriate leading up to that — but of course, looking back, there were red flags I had missed."He had in the past made slight remarks about how ... I just can't understand now how I didn't see it, but I didn't."Clara said Drew pursued her, calling, texting, and asking to visit.People have a right to know."A popular doctor, Drew had treated three generations of some families, she said."Patients loved him."Clara said her complaint was motivated not by vengeance, but a firm belief that Drew is not fit to practise.One is his estranged wife, who was a patient seeking help for mental health issues when they met.
"It wouldn't be appropriate for me to make any further comment on the matters that are being investigated because it's still unresolved."He said Drew ceased clinical practice immediately, and has no involvement with the centre."I felt there may be others, and I thought if that's the case he needs to be stopped."Three of the practice's doctors — Warwick Everton, Louise Boyd and Andrew Holmes — have since taken over City Medical, registering it as Midland Park Medical Ltd on 16 June 2017.In a statement, they said as soon as doctors became aware of issues about Drew they immediately imposed measures to ensure patients' safety and continuity of care."I didn't know anything, and I had no suspicions and I was pretty gutted and shocked.I felt sick." She claimed the allegations were an "open secret" in the Wellington medical fraternity, and some staff were dismayed he was not being held publicly accountable."He has been practising for a long time.