Tracey Tremayne-Lloyd

Tracey Tremayne-Lloyd
TTL Health Law
Founder & Principal

Tracey Tremayne-Lloyd, a certified specialist in health law, is founder and principal of TTL Health Law in Toronto.

She earned her Doctor of Laws from the University of Western Ontario in 1983 and was called to the Ontario Bar in 1984.

Ms. Tremayne-Lloyd has represented health professions in Ontario, across Canada and the United States for more than two decades. She has appeared before the Superior and Divisional Courts, the Ontario Court of Appeal, and administrative boards and tribunals, including medical advisory committees and boards of governors of various Ontario hospitals.

Recognizing early in her career the changing legal landscape and increased legal oversight and accountability in health-care delivery, Ms. Tremayne-Lloyd became a writer, lecturer, and practitioner in a new regulatory, policy-driven and legally restrictive arena.

She founded the health law section of the Ontario Bar Association and was its first national health law chair. She served on the board of directors of The Advocates’ Society, and has been a lecturer at the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Medicine and the Canadian Institute of Law and Medicine.

In conjunction with a committee she assembled, Ms. Tremayne-Lloyd authored and published the first report from the legal profession across North America on the legal implications of HIV/AIDS and the protection of civil rights.

She was nominated by the Ontario Bar Association for a Distinguished Service Award for Dedication and Service to the Profession and was the first recipient of the Distinguished Alumni Award from the University of Western Ontario.

Tracey Tremayne-Lloyd In The News
Complainants must be named for case to proceed: Tremayne-Lloyd

Physicians who have launched a gender discrimination complaint against a Toronto-area emergency department chief must be willing to be identified if legal action is to take place, Toronto health lawyer  Tracey Tremayne-Lloyd  tells . Read more

Surplus of foreign residents shortchanging Canadian medical trainees

Canadian medical students are being shortchanged in terms of training opportunities by an influx of foreign residents, Toronto health lawyer  Tracey Tremayne-Lloyd tells . Read more

Time to let those who can pay for health care: Tremayne-Lloyd

A new report on the high cost to Canadians of queuing for health care underscores the need for public-private partnerships to take pressure off the system, says Toronto health lawyer Tracey Tremayne-Lloyd . Read more

Decision doesn't address nurse's freedom of expression rights

A recent court decision is concerning because of the way it chose not to interfere with a discipline committee’s sanction of a nurse who expressed criticisms on Facebook about her dying grandfather’s care in a Saskatchewan facility, Toronto health lawyer Tracey Tremayne-Lloyd tells . Read more

The importance of knowing how to interact with the media

No matter the level of public interest in your case, it’s critical to know how to deal with the media and to protect your client's image, Toronto health lawyer Tracey Tremayne-Lloyd tells Law Times . Read more

Bill 87: changes around complaints against health professionals

Physicians and other health professionals need to be aware that the rules have changed around complaints and other regulator inquiries into their clinical practice, says Toronto health lawyer Tracey Tremayne-Lloyd . Read more

Health professionals deserve the same privacy rights as all citizens

Thanks to successful lobbying by Ontario nurses, the personal health information of physicians and other health professionals remains protected because a highly contentious part of Bill 87 was removed before the law was enacted, says Toronto health lawyer Tracey Tremayne-Lloyd . Read more

Reports about doctors double-billing aren’t telling the full story

Media reports highlighting complaints from patients and advocacy groups about physician double-billing are “misleading and alarmist,” says Toronto health lawyer Tracey Tremayne-Lloyd . Read more

Binding arbitration and Ontario's physicians: words matter

By Tracey Tremayne-Lloyd . I read with interest responses   from the lawyers representing the Ontario Medical Association (OMA) to my article on the arbitration issue facing the province’s physicians. Read more

What's in a name: the doctors' dispute and arbitration

Ontario’s Ministry of Health and Long-term Care is pushing for its protracted dispute with physicians over how they are paid to move to binding interest arbitration, but Toronto health lawyer Tracey Tremayne-Lloyd says doctors need to understand that this will impact the negotiation process — and possibly its outcome. Read more

Bill 87 and the down side to patient care

Ontario’s proposed Bill 87, the Protecting Patients Act, may have an unintended detrimental effect on health care because it could make some physicians self-protective and overly cautious in the way they deal with patients out of fear of losing their licence for sexual abuse, says Toronto health lawyer Tracey Tremayne-Lloyd . Read more

The Expert Network© celebrates its newest member, lawyer Tracey Tremayne-Lloyd

(Jan. 4, 2017 - Toronto) Toronto health lawyer  Tracey Tremayne-Lloyd, founder and principal of  TTL Health Law , has joined The Expert Network© , an invitation-only service for professionals, including lawyers. Tremayne-Lloyd has been selected based on peer reviews and ratings, and dozens of recognitions and accomplishments achieved throughout her career. Read more

Tremayne-Lloyd calls for change in law affecting transgender patients

Toronto health lawyer Tracey Tremayne-Lloyd is calling for a change   to   the Regulated Health Professions Act  (RHPA) that will prevent the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario from accessing the medical records of transgender patients against their wishes when third parties make complaints about their physicians. Read more

Tracey Tremayne-Lloyd: a pioneer in health law in Ontario

A pioneer in her practice area, Tracey Tremayne-Lloyd founded the health law section of the Ontario Bar Association in 1987 after recognizing a changing legal landscape and an increased oversight and accountability in health-care delivery. Read more

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