A new report said Dr Kotie Ras was in Aberdeenshire when the alleged misconduct occurred on October 10 2018, though it is not known if she was working for a medical organisation in the north-east at the time.
Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service
An Aberdeen doctor who dishonestly claimed money for work he never did has been banned from practicing for a year.
A doctor working for a north-east health board has been accused of trying to get payment for work he never carried out.
A doctor who failed to send patient samples for testing has had sanctions imposed on him for a further 12 months.
A doctor who lied about his work with a north-east health board has been struck off the medical register.
Dr Mohammed Nazimul Hoque, who used to work at the Royal Cornhill Hospital, was before a hearing of the Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service (MPTS).
Dr Annie Kirk Robertson worked at Aberdeen Maternity Hospital and was asked by NHS Grampian to contact the General Medical Council (GMC) to get clarification over her role.
Former NHS Grampian doctor accused of misconduct and lying about drilling hole in baby’s head cleared by tribunal
An Aberdeen doctor accused of lying about drilling a hole into a baby’s skull has been cleared following a tribunal.
A doctor accused of lying about drilling a hole into a patient’s skull will have to wait five more days to discover the outcome of disciplinary proceedings.
A doctor who lied to Aberdeen hospital bosses so he could work 55 shifts without a licence has said he was “consumed by personal circumstances”.
A doctor who worked at an Aberdeen hospital has been accused of lying about his ability to practise.
A doctor who lost his job working in Aberdeen has failed in an attempt to get back into the profession.
A doctor who lost his job working in Aberdeen after scoring badly on competence tests has launched a bid to start working again.
Panel members have explained why they suspended an Aberdeen doctor for a year.
An Aberdeen doctor who assaulted a child has been suspended for a year.
A doctor who delayed the diagnosis of dozens of North-east patients has been sanctioned by a tribunal.
An Aberdeenshire doctor has admitted to taking skin samples from patients and failing to pass them to scientists for diagnosis.