Pre hearing information
The tribunal will reconvene to consider whether Dr Dordevic’s fitness to practise is impaired, having found that:
On or around March 2017, during an A&E consultation at the Good Hope Hospital with a vulnerable patient (Patient A), Dr Dordevic suggested that Patient A meet him for a coffee and that, following the consultation, Dr Dordevic inappropriately obtained Patient A’s personal mobile telephone number from her medical records and sent her a WhatsApp message.
During an A&E consultation at the Queen Elizabeth Queen Mother Hospital with a vulnerable patient (Patient B) in March 2018, Dr Dordevic asked Patient B inappropriate questions about her sex life, told Patient B that he would text her, and asked if she wanted to go for a drink. Then, following the consultation, Dr Dordevic inappropriately obtained Patient B’s personal mobile telephone number from her medical records and sent her a number of text and WhatsApp messages. The tribunal found that his actions in relation to B, as set out above, were sexually motivated, and also found that on a later occasion, Dr Dordevic approached Patient B in the A&E department and commented on her hair.
This reflects the allegation as it stands at the start of the hearing. The allegation may be amended as the hearing proceeds and when findings of fact are made by the tribunal.
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