GP who created fake patient 'M Mouse' 'to cope with workload' escapes suspension

GP who created phony client '' 'M Mouse ' ' to deal with work ' gets away suspension The tribunal resulted from a General Medical Council investigation which arose from issues raised in 2014 when Dr Thomson was the executive partner at the medical centre. The hearing was told he deleted consultation slots from his diary and filled …
See Original Post Physician unzips at will, gets sex from clients, confesses 11 sexual misconduct Speaking about Client B, Alan Taylor, legal representative for the General Medical Council, told the hearing: “She had actually been to see the doctor previously because she was feeling down and depressed and he asked her about her previous relationship and she remembers …
See Original Short article Report: Well known Ophthalmologist Bobby Qureshi Investigated By the General Medical Council in UK

The celebrity eye surgeon who ‘conserved’ EastEnders starlet June Brown from loss of sight is being examined by the General Medical Council in the middle of growing issues about his practices, exposed by this paper in April, according to a report in the UK Daily …
See Original Post NHS to invest ₤ 100m generating up to 3,000 GPs from abroad whose GP training is identified in the UK under European law and [who] already get automated recognition to join the General Medical Council’s GP register”. The NHS’s enormous overseas recruitment of GPs may end up being a test of the arrangements that are …
See Original Article NHS to invest ₤ 100,000,000 on recruiting doctors from abroad Responding to the statement recently, Susan Goldsmith, deputy chief executive of the General Medical Council, said: ‘We all identify the pressures dealt with by the GP labor force at present, and we support the idea of accelerating the recruitment of …
See Original Post Physician in court charged with sexually attacking 54 victims including child Shah is suspended from practising as a medical professional by the General Medical Council and disallowed from accessing any NHS medical records. He was given bail ahead of his plea case management hearing at Snaresbrook Crown Court on 27 September. Under the bail …

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