Trust me, I'm (not) a doctor

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03 Dec 2018 19:30 #1 by Willy
Trust me, I'm (not) a doctor was created by Willy
THE UK’S medical regulator investigated bogus psychiatrist Zholia Alemi NINE times during her troubled 22 year career, the News & Star can reveal.

Our investigation has uncovered an astonishing litany of formal complaints were lodged against the fraudster, with allegations ranging from inappropriate prescribing, making insensitive comments to patients, and rudeness, to falsifying her CV, illegally detaining patients, and bullying.

She was also investigated for alleged prescription fraud and failing to disclose she was accused of assaulting a police officer.

Despite the scale and severity of the allegations - dating back to 1998 - the strongest sanctions she received until her arrest in 2016 were conditions and a warning. She was suspended only after police in west Cumbria arrested her for fraud and theft.

www.newsandstar.co.uk/news/17271676.reve...ailures-fake-medics/


Struggler fooled Royal College
www.newsandstar.co.uk/news/17271679.stru...ooled-royal-college/

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