Doctor found guilty of serious misconduct
Last updated at 06:41, Wednesday, 15 December 2010
A FAMILY doctor branded a real-life "Jekyll and Hyde" due to a string of temper tantrums while on duty faces being struck off after a medical tribunal found him guilty of serious misconduct.
Dr Henry Hart, 45, was frequently rude, aggressive, unhelpful and unprofessional towards colleagues and junior staff, subjecting them to tirades of abuse, during his reign of terror at the Bayside family practice in Ulverston
The father-of-two from Kirkby, had denied 33 counts of unprofessional behaviour during his GMC hearing.
But a GMC panel yesterday found Hart guilty of serious misconduct after some, but not all, of the allegations against him were accepted as proved.
The GMC Panel will now hear submissions from both the GMC and defence counsel before determining what sanctions, if any, to place on Dr Hart's medical practices.
See today's Evening Mail for the full story.
First published at 19:14, Tuesday, 14 December 2010
Published by http://www.nwemail.co.uk
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