Surgeon banned until 2020 after prostitutes overdosed

Suresh Nair was jailed in August 2011 after pleading guilty to the manslaughter of Suellen Domingues-Zaupa, 22, by failing to help as she lay dying of a cocaine overdose in his inner Sydney flat.

He also pleaded guilty to supplying cocaine to another prostitute, Victoria McIntyre, 23, who died at his flat in February 2009.

And he further admitted supplying cocaine after being found with the drug and two naked escorts in January 2010, in breach of his bail conditions.

He was initially sentenced to a minimum jail term of four years and three months but earlier this year the Court of Criminal Appeal cut his sentence so he will be eligible for parole in July next year. His registration has been suspended since 2009.

This week the NSW Medical Tribunal said Nair had admitted to a series of complaints brought by the state’s Health Care Complaints Commission: that he was convicted of criminal offenses; that he was guilty of unsatisfactory