Medical practitioners hearings and decisions

Medical practitioners tribunals hear evidence and decide whether a doctor's fitness to practise is impaired and their registration should be restricted. See how these hearings work.

 

Enter a doctor's first or last name, or their 7-digit GMC reference number.
The geographical area where the incident allegedly occurred, or where the doctor practises.
Enter the start or end date for the hearing.
From date must be earlier than To date.
Please enter valid dates using the dd/mm/yyyy format eg. 26/12/2010
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    We only publish decisions from medical practitioners tribunals that ended within the last 12 months.
    Decisions involving a finding of impaired fitness to practise remain available on a doctor’s record on the medical register.

    showing 1-10 of 415 recent decisions
    showing 1-10 of 415 recent decisions
      Hearing end date The date when the hearing convenes. Doctor's name The doctor's first and last names. Location The geographical area where the incident allegedly occurred, or where the doctor practises. Outcome The findings of the panel (may be subject to appeal).
    20 Sep 2019 Dr David HILDICK-SMITH Brighton and Hove Not impaired
    20 Sep 2019 Dr Ernest JANGWA Sheffield, Wolverhampton Suspension, 9 months
    20 Sep 2019 Dr Wesam ABDEL FATTAH Southwark, Lambeth Adjourned to a new tribunal
    19 Sep 2019 Dr Karen Elizabeth CLARK Glasgow City Suspension, 6 months
    19 Sep 2019 Dr Malcolm LEWIS Manchester Not impaired
    19 Sep 2019 Dr Nagy GABRIEL Thanet Conditions, 6 months
    18 Sep 2019 Dr Muhammad Ali QURESHI City of London Erasure
    17 Sep 2019 Dr Israil MOJAHID Castle Point Suspension, 4 months
    16 Sep 2019 Dr Frederick MAKOHA Walsall Erasure
    16 Sep 2019 Dr Ganeshmoorthi ARUNACHALAM City of London Not impaired
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    We only publish decisions from medical practitioners tribunals that ended within the last 12 months.
    Decisions involving a finding of impaired fitness to practise remain available on a doctor’s record on the medical register.

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