DHA revokes licences for six doctors
- United Arab Emirates: Thursday, February 14 - 2013 at 03:33
Dubai Health Authority (DHA) has revoked licences of six health professionals last year for medical malpractice leading to death and for similar other reasons, Khaleej Times has reported. The health regulation department at the authority received 320 medical complaints in 2012, of which 151 complaints were valid and thus accepted, said Dr Layla Mohamed Al Marzouqi, head of clinical governance office. "Of the 151 cases that we looked into, we revoked the licences of six medical professionals, suspended the licences of eight medical professionals, sent 32 warning letters and two notice letters," she said. The revocation is permanent and once a licence is revoked, the department informs all authorities concerned in the UAE and the GCC, she said.
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