Dr Charlie Teo forced to ‘drive an Uber’ to make ends meet

The neurosurgeon said his entanglement with the regulator marked 'a sad day for Australian medicine'
Dr Charlie Teo. Photo: Dr Charlie Teo’s website.

Dr Charlie Teo apparently worked as a ride-share driver last year to make ends meet amid mounting legal costs related to a disciplinary hearing. 

The polarising surgeon’s stint driving for Uber to cover his mortgage repayments was revealed on Saturday after the eight-day hearing concluded.