Fake Docs Docs to be Verified ..

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I cant believe that foreign doctors are not verified by numerous exams etc.

Fake Docs
Do you reckon that if Zholia Alemi had been called Sheila Bird, they may have checked a littler deeper?


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#6
I think this could be the tip of a very nasty iceberg , could cost the NHS a shed load of money , not that I`m suggesting Johnny Foreigner is likely to download his doctors qualifications after doing a first aid course.
 
#7
This does make me suspicious of my Doc, he`s always insisting on prostate examinations , even for an ingrowing toenail.
 
#9
Really checking the qualifications of foreigners ?

I wonder how long this will last before the SJW's start screaming racism
You are not allowed to practice any form of medicine, dentistry, nursing, physio in the US unless you have a degree from an accredited [American] university.*

With the right qualification you are still required to take a State exam for the particular area of work, ie. a Doc must pass the State Licensing exam in order to be allowed to practice. This is a requirement for each and every State they want to practice their particular juju in - there are some States that have reciprocal agreements with other States so no secondary licensing exam required for that State.

So 'Dr.' Nkomo, or 'Dr.' Gupta coming over would present himself to the State licensing commission and they would check his degree before he could take the State licensing exam.

Then, without the State license number he/she would be unable to apply for the DEA licensing number that is required to issue prescriptions and would also not be able to buy liability/malpractice insurance and would not be accepted by a hospital or large medical practice.

Edit: Just to qualify that. When I was living near Orlando, Florida, I met another British expat who is a cardiac surgeon working in one of the big hospitals around Orlando. He was already working as a surgeon in the UK but, he had to take an American medical degree (much shortened, down to 2 years I think as he was already qualified in the UK) before he could start work in the US.
 
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I think this could be the tip of a very nasty iceberg , could cost the NHS a shed load of money , not that I`m suggesting Johnny Foreigner is likely to download his doctors qualifications after doing a first aid course.
I think there are some very suspect medical qualifications out there. I have met some Dr's who tell me they studied at english speaking university's yet have problems stringing an understandable sentence together.
 
#11
I think there are some very suspect medical qualifications out there. I have met some Dr's who tell me they studied at english speaking university's yet have problems stringing an understandable sentence together.
When I lived in the Midlands getting a doctor you could understand was near impossible.
 
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When I lived in the Midlands getting a doctor you could understand was near impossible.
And their relatives all work here. I was referred to a specialist dental practice for a root canal exam and the entire team there were British Indians who had re-located to the US...........a specialist dentist here has not very many problems earning a $million a year in the sunshine. My last root canal cost the insurer $1200 for 45 minutes work on the part of the dentist.
 
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And their relatives all work here. I was referred to a specialist dental practice for a root canal exam and the entire team there were British Indians who had re-located to the US...........a specialist dentist here has not very many problems earning a $million a year in the sunshine. My last root canal cost the insurer $1200 for 45 minutes work on the part of the dentist.
I keep suggesting dentistry to my daughter even though she`s not keen to support me in my retirement.
 
#16
I cant believe that foreign doctors are not verified by numerous exams etc.

Fake Docs


Its a lot more common than the NHS dare admit and its been going on for years... see these examples How easy is it to fake it as a doctor?
snip "I think there are loads of people who aren't real doctors," Sefton told the BBC.
There was once a bogus doctor working at his own hospital, he said, who was "actually pretty competent".
"Often these doctors are very professional and get along very well with their colleagues. The only flaw is that they aren't real doctors," he added.
Since 2006, 12 people have been charged under the Medical Act 1983 with pretending to be registered as a doctor, Crown Prosecution Service figures show"

and this NHS consultants and nurses accused of buying fake degrees online
snip "NHS consultants are among thousands who have been accused of buying fake degrees online, an investigation has found.
British nurses, a psychologist, an anaesthetist and an ophthalmologist have allegedly purchased bogus qualifications from Axact, a multi-million pound “diploma mill” based Pakistan.
More than 3,000 fake credentials were sold to UK-based buyers in 2013 and 2014 including master’s degrees, doctorates and PhDs, according to documents seen by BBC Radio 4’s File on Four programme. Axact has strongly denied the claims.
These included a consultant at a London teaching hospital, who allegedly bought a degree in internal medicine from the fake “Belford University”.
 

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