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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
 
I don't know why he was not able to know that he is already hiring bugos doctos. Didn't he ask for the papers or documents from the applicants? Didn't he screened them for the benefits of their future patients? It is only righteous to pun...
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Tahira Nawaz i think the punishment is not enough for both the owner and the fake doctor, the owner should make sure of the authentication papers of this man, being illiterate is not an exc...
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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 pat...
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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 ...
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Good, these type of doctors should be punished but this bogus doctor should be sent to jail also. Then only many of quack doctors stop their illegal activities. Surprisingly, owner of the clinic don't know that the doctor don't have medical d...
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