Stressed Scottish GP punched drunk man in the head twice after he was sent to treat him by 999 handlers

Stressed Scottish GP punched drunk man in the head twice after he was sent to treat him by 999 handlers
 

A family doctor assaulted a drunken and aggressive man in the street during a bout of stress after he was sent on his own to treat him at the roadside due to a shortage of ambulances.
Dr Martin Thom, 43, had been dispatched to examine the man in the street by a 999 call handler because the only ambulance in town was on an emergency call.
But the GP snapped and thumped the patient twice in the head and pushed him against a wall when he believed the victim was resisting his attempts to check him over.
At the time, Thom who has worked at Saltoun Surgery in Fraserburgh, Aberdeenshire , for 11... read more

 
29 September 2016 in Regional, Views: 31
Source: Daily Record
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