Doctor suspended after punching patient in street



A family doctor has been suspended for two months after punching an aggressive man he was treating in the street.
Dr Martin Thom, 43, had been dispatched by a 999 call handler because the only ambulance in Fraserburgh was on an emergency call.
But the GP snapped and thumped the patient twice in the head before pushing him against a wall when he believed the drunken victim was resisting his attempts to check him over.
Thom, who has worked at Saltoun Surgery in the Aberdeenshire town for 11 years, had already completed a morning and afternoon shift at the surgery when he was called out.
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30 September 2016 in Health, Views: 34
Source: Scotsman
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