Crooked Solihull psychiatrist made £16k from seeing private patients while off sick
A Solihull psychiatrist defrauded the NHS out of £16,000 by carrying out private work while off sick – and by using his own hospital for consultations.
Nawshad Suleman, 65, was sentenced to 12 months in prison, suspended for two years, after admitting two counts of fraud.
The consultant, of Beaminster Road, was also ordered to carry out 150 hours unpaid community work after committing the fraud while working at St Michael’s psychiatric hospital in Warwick.
The disgraced medic has now repaid the £16,074 he made from his dishonesty and was also ordered to pay £2,800 costs.
From April 2013 he... read more
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