While I appreciate this is a formal policy, I confess the legalese had my eyes glazing over after the fifth attempt at reading the same paragraph. I am a medical professional, not a attorney and it would be nice if this document was summarized elsewhere using more common language . . . as we try to do for our patients (including lawyers).
Never the less I completely disagree with disclosing the institution where the member works. I'm uncertain how this would aid the public. Exposing this information can most certainly put some vulnerable members at risk. I for one have made every attempt to prevent the public from knowing my daily whereabouts (such as on social media). I have also had to have my last name removed on my badge due to several inappropriate sexual gestures by patients. Some members work with patient demographics that exhibit more dangerous/risky behaviours. The less information made available, the better.