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Post by Guest on Sun Sep 20, 2015 9:21 am

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3241609/Surgeon-botched-100-ops-dodges-disciplinary-action-Professor-Muftah-Eljamel-pursued-damages-dozens-patients.html

A surgeon pursued for damages by dozens of patients has been allowed to avoid disciplinary action by taking himself off the medical register.
Up to 100 patients claim that Professor Muftah Eljamel ruined their health, say solicitors.
One patient said a botched operation nearly killed him. The children of another said their father was left brain damaged after Eljamel dismissed signs of water on the brain.
Eljamel, 58, was head of neurosurgery at Ninewells Hospital in Dundee until last year, when the General Medical Council imposed an ‘interim order’ severely limiting his practice after allegations of harm and neglect going back to 2007.


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Re: surgeon bodges over 100 ops gets off without disciplinary action...

Post by Guest on Sun Sep 20, 2015 10:48 pm

heavenlyfatheryetagain wrote:http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3241609/Surgeon-botched-100-ops-dodges-disciplinary-action-Professor-Muftah-Eljamel-pursued-damages-dozens-patients.html

A surgeon pursued for damages by dozens of patients has been allowed to avoid disciplinary action by taking himself off the medical register.
Up to 100 patients claim that Professor Muftah Eljamel ruined their health, say solicitors.
One patient said a botched operation nearly killed him. The children of another said their father was left brain damaged after Eljamel dismissed signs of water on the brain.
Eljamel, 58, was head of neurosurgery at Ninewells Hospital in Dundee until last year, when the General Medical Council imposed an ‘interim order’ severely limiting his practice after allegations of harm and neglect going back to 2007.


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Oh well there will be plenty of "doctors" comming over from syria soon....

we will see more of this ......

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