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02/05/2010 12:15 AM ID: 82763 Permalink   

NHS: Doctor Found Guilty of Causing Patient´s Death


The son of the man killed by a massive overdose of diamorphine, speaking after the verdict of unlawful killing to Dr. Urbani, said he was dismayed the doctor could not speak English and lacked the knowledge on administering drugs, ending his father´s life.

Ubani had a previous job application turned down by the NHS in Leeds because they felt he could not speak enough English for the job. Coroner William Morris said that Ubani had made a "gross error" and as a doctor has was "incompetent."

What’s more, the coroner condemned the "insufficient induction" of the criteria required from Take Care Now, and questioned the ethics of the Cambridgeshire Primary Care Trust for failing to adequately assess the locums sufficiently.

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new reported that he was still running a beauty clinic in town called Witten, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany.

Mr Morris called for a review of European regulations which allow free movement of doctors, a national database of overseas doctors applying to work in out-of-hours services in the NHS, and more consistent standards in monitoring by local health chiefs working for primary care trusts.

Cornwall PCT, Primary Care Trust, allowed him to work there also, after they failed give him a test on his English skills!
  by: captainJane     02/05/2010 12:24 AM     
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He was charged in Witten in Germany with death by negligence over Mr Gray´s death and given a nine-month suspended sentence and a fine of 5,000 euros (£4,370.

The prosecution, which is allowed under German law, means he cannot be charged in the UK! How very convenient.

  by: captainJane     02/05/2010 01:54 AM     
I went to a Dr who couldn´t speak proper English, and believe it, or not, he was a paediatrician. I did report him though.
  by: skcusswentrohs     02/05/2010 01:56 AM     
you went to Dr. Who? Isn´t he British?
  by: John E Angel     02/05/2010 02:01 AM     
  Makes no odds to me...  
where any doctor if from, as long as he or she knows what they are doing and understand the systems, this guy knew either and could not understand what was being said to him.

An Iraian Doctor I saw a few years ago I had to repeat but he was competent and I admired how much he spoke and understood. Had they kept him around here I would be a happy bunny!
It is the guys that are really not well trained and have a bad attitude. The sort you of person that alienates you and does not listen is not what you want when you are trying to seek answers and treatment.

Their training should be here if they work here.
Even a driver has to have the licence to drive in this country this is people lives we are talking about here.
  by: captainJane     02/05/2010 04:41 AM     
messed up there.

If this man knew how to administer a pain killer it would have been something. He h=gave this man ten times the dose. That is outrageous. God help what he would have given a baby. We can´t let this continue this way.

Not one MP has spoken about this, it is a nightmare.
  by: captainJane     02/05/2010 04:47 AM     
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