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Private practitioner  from Johor fined RM 20,000 for hiring bogus doctor in clinic
 

Private practitioner from Johor fined RM 20,000 for hiring bogus doctor in clinic

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A Malaysian doctor has pleaded guilty for hiring a senior citizen without medical qualifications to pose as a doctor in his private clinic in Skudai, Johor.
 
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30 Nov 2016 - General
 
This is like the real version of the series Suits with the illegitimate lawyer Mike Ross. Hiring a fraud doctor is negligent if one is unaware of his/her true qualifications. We must remember that ignorance excuses no one. It is unfair for paying patients to seek consult with a fake doctor. The field of medicine is practiced with high standards of academic excellence, clinical skills, and ethics. Certainly, a fake doctor cannot live up to those standards and will definitely compromise the safety...
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Hiring a bogus doctor is a punishable crime and the proper steps should be taken against it. Then only the general public can rest assured that they are being treated by a certified and experienced doctor. The medical degree not only gives knowledge and expertise, but it teaches the ideal protocol for patient treatment and emergency managment. The bogus and the fake doctors should be definitely removed from the system and the strict actions by the government or the vigilant agency can only ensur...
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