A doctor working under NHS, UK has been suspended for putting his patients at risk, after he worked for 24hours in one go.
Dr Bevan Hyder, 47, did back-to-back 12-hour shifts on at least five occasions, as he claimed that his ‘fitness regime’ meant he did not get tired.
The tribunal took the risk posed by his conduct so seriously that he was brought before the Medical Practitioners’ Tribunal Service, which had the power to strike him off.
He was found guilty of misconduct and has been suspended for four months – but can return to practise afterwards.
The tribunal said that Dr Hyder acted in a way to ‘put his patients at risk’. The tribunal also stated that in 5cases, he left early from the duty to attend to the next consecutive duty in another hospital.
At the hearing, the doctor admitted that he tried to work extra as his family was growing and he needed extra funds but he also ‘forcefully and repeatedly’ stated that he worked for 24 hours to help more patients.
Probably not many countries would fine a doctor for working extra hours.
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