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medical register

The General Medical Council’s current, publicly accessible database of all qualified doctors who are eligible to practise in the UK, which includes the names of all GPs (General Practitioners Register) and specialists (Specialist Register) who are eligible to work in the UK health service.
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Dr Paul Galea - could be struck off the medical register
A DOCTOR who cupped a patient's breasts and called her 'darling' has been struck from the medical register.
A DOCTOR who tried to poison his lover in an attempt to abort her baby will be struck off the medical register, the General Medical Council said yesterday.
But the disciplinary hearing found her guilty of misconduct and dishonesty charges and is now reviewing what penalty to give her, including striking her off the medical register.
Yesterday she was struck off the medical register following a five-day disciplinary hearing held by health watchdogs the General Medical Council (GMC) in Manchester.
The panel ruled that her actions were so serious they had no choice but to remove her name from the medical register.
Some are even demanding that his name be struck off from the Indian Medical Register so that he loses his license to practice.
And a General Medical Council (GMC) panel yesterday decided the GP should be struck-off the medical register, describing Dr Prasad's actions as "a disgraceful abuse of his professional position".
The General Medical Council (GMC) found the 47-year-old doctor's dishonesty makes him unfit to practise and ordered his name "erased" from the medical register yesterday.
She was struck off the medical register for five years.
ON October 5/6, 2014, the Birmingham Mail published an article inaccurately stating that Birmingham doctor Dr Arunkalaivanan, had been struck off the medical register for fondling a patient's breasts and had won an appeal to practise again.
Chief Medical Officer Professor Dame Sally Davies has urged doctors, nurses and paramedics to contact the UK International Emergency Medical Register.

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