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Rudest doctor in UK - official !

marigold22
marigold22

Britain's 'rudest doctor' who told patients they were 'lazy benefit scroungers' and 'stupid, not depressed' is allowed to keep his job

•Unnamed GP accused a pregnant woman of 'wanting to go on benefits forever'

•He said one patient 'liked him as he didn't mock her for being fat - which she is'

•General Medical Council let him keep his job but called him unprofessional

Another GP - In April last year Dr Khashayar Ghaharian, who ran a doctors surgery in Nottingham, was struck off for calling his patients 'f******' and 'pieces of s***'.

dailymail.co.uk/news/articl...

Daily Mail is a fairly grotty newspaper but they get some good stories. This sums up the state of UK medical world

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shaws
shawsAdministrator

He should have been struck off. It is ridiculous to think that we are superior to another person especially if the person is sick and needing help and sympathetic words.

Just look at two doctors, Dr Skinner - hounded by the GMC for diagnosing and healing those with 'mysterious diseases' which turned out to be undiagnosed hypo and prescribing other than levo if necessary. Dr Peatfield also pursued as he could diagnose without blood tests and prescribed NDT as well as levo.

He resigned his licence.

Dr Chandy pursued for prescribing B12 to sick patients. Licence withdrawn and then restored.

marigold22
marigold22
in reply to shaws

The "fat slobs" this vile doctor refers to no doubt are suffering chronic illness

shaws
shawsAdministrator
in reply to marigold22

I would like all patients to have their Free T3 tested as I think that those who may commit suicide or have depression may have a deficiency in thyroid hormones (a deficiency of B12 or folate can also be a culprit) which never seems to be thought of by doctors.

SlowDragon
SlowDragonAdministrator
in reply to shaws

Also all mental health patients should have vitamin D tested. Insomnia, depression and anxiety are common symptoms of low vitamin D

shaws
shawsAdministrator
in reply to SlowDragon

The professionals seem incapable of knowing very common conditions. My mother's doctor actually caused her death by withdrawing her B12 as her bloods were fine, despite mother having P.A. for about 30 years with regular injections. Myself and sister (not realising GPs made mistakes) thought that was great. Little did we all know what an awful disaster was ahead in the future. I also have P.A. so no-one can tell me I cannot have an injection 'because bloods are good now'.

I really don't know how they are trained these days as things seem much worse.

SlowDragon
SlowDragonAdministrator
in reply to shaws

We also see too many thyroid patients told their levels are now fine so they can stop taking Levothyroxine.....unbelievable

The GMC decided he was not a risk to patient safety? Of course he was! He was far too busy judging his patients to make a dispassionate analysis of their health problems, and make a diagnosis. Talk about an old boys club! That's modern medicine for you.

These inept, incompetent, ignorant and arrogant 'doctors' smear the patient in the patient's own medical file.

Meanwhile, the GMC provides protection to these delinquent doctors inc. to that serial killer Dr Harold Shipman who killed hundreds of people in the UK, and to the 'Liverpool Care Pathway' which was nothing more than a License To Kill thousands of people in the UK... and instead the GMC harasses and hounds Dr Peatfield, Dr Myhill, Dr Skinner, Dr Chandy, Prof. Sherif Sultan, and others.

That's all you need to know about the Gen. Medical Council.

cwill
cwill
in reply to Londinium

In Dr Myhills own words.

healthunlocked.com/thyroidu...

Yes, I replied to that post a while back. Dr Myhill has attended/spoken at some of the same conferences that I've attended. 🖖🏻

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