GP escapes erasure after failures that led to two deaths

GP leaves erasure after failures that caused 2 deaths

A GP who misguided a coroner about his treatment of 2 clients has been suspended for four months by a doctors tribunal that rejected a request from the General Medical Council to strike him off. Abubakr Osman, who qualified in Sudan in 2002 …
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start for struggling surgery after its failings Dr Saida Noorah, who ran the practice, was placed under examination by the General Medical Council and had a string of conditions put on her GP registration. Regardless of trying to appeal, the choice was maintained. The GP Health care Alliance …
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See Original Article Driving, amnesia and dementia If they won’t, or can’t, then obligation for alerting the DVLA passes to the medical professional. The General Medical Council have clear standards. Being told that you can no longer drive can be a real blow to an individual with dementia, their families and carers.

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