GP struck off after revenge plot backfires: UK

The doctor wrote to another GP’s patients claiming they may have been 'violated' during contraceptive insertion

A GP who tried to get back at a colleague by falsely telling some of her patients she may have professionally violated them during insertion of contraceptive coil has been struck off the UK medical register.

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Practice principal Dr Frank Hlordzi was found guilty of misconduct by the Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service for acting dishonestly while trying to “avenge” himself after his working relationship with the other GP broke down.

Dr Hlordzi wrote to six patients claiming the colleague had or may have used alcohol-based disinfectant