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June 09, 2014

DOCHERTY: FILTHY CARE HOME BOSS CASE DELAYED

LENNOXTOWN A care home boss accused of allowing elderly residents to live in filthy conditions faces an anxious wait after her hearing was adjourned. Teresa Docherty allegedly failed to put a regular cleaning schedule in place while managing the Whitefield Lodge Care Home in Lennoxtown, Dunbartonshire. There was no system in place to ensure the proper supervision of staff or monitor their competency, the Nursing and Midwifery Council heard. The home was so dirty that furniture, sheets and equipment were stained with faeces, and the upper floors of the building stank of urine, it is said.
  June 04, 2014

MAUBACK:NURSE ACCEPTED STOLEN STARBUCKS MUG FROM PAEDO

BLACKBURN, LANCS A nurse who accepted a stolen Starbucks mug from a paedophile while out on a day trip from hospital was suspended for 12 months today (weds). Adele Mauback, a nurse at Kemple View psychiatric hospital, was returning from an authorised trip with the dangerous patient and a healthcare assistant when they stopped at the cafe. The patient, who was deemed a risk to young boys, was held on the low secure unit at the hospital in Langho, Blackburn. Mauback was employed by Partnerships in Care at the time of the incident on 1 July 2011.
 
June 04, 2014

HAMZA: NURSE WAS SO BAD COLLEAGUES THOUGHT SHE WOULD GET THEM THE SACK

OLDHAM A hospital nurse was so incompetent that her boss could not have slept at night without supervising her every move, a hearing was told. Hanadi Hamza, gave a baby a double dose of medication and left another in a dangerous position in an incubator at the Royal Oldham Hospital. She took the oxygen mask from another baby child with severe breathing difficulties then abandoned it to go an find help rather than using the emergency buzzer, it is said. Hamza also wandered into an area that had been strictly quarantined because patients had a lethal superbug.
  June 04, 2014

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DOCHERTY: CARE HOME STANK OF URINE AND FAECES

DUMBARTON A care home inspector found chairs, mattresses and bed linen stained with faeces at a facility which reeked of urine, a hearing was told today (weds). Teresa Docherty allegedly failed to put a regular cleaning schedule in place while managing the Whitefield Lodge Care Home in Lennoxtown, Dunbartonshire. She is also accused of failing to report the 'possible theft' of a resident's bracelet to police or social services. There was no system in place to ensure the proper supervision of staff or monitor their competency, the Nursing and Midwifery Council heard.
 
June 04, 2014

ANAWAT:AGENCY NURSE GAVE PATIENT HUGE ORAMOPH DOSE

OSSETT, WEST YORKS An agency nurse who gave a patient four times the prescribed dosage of a powerful painkiller has escaped a ban. Emmanuel Anawat administered a 5ml shot of Oramorph instead of the stated 1.25ml dose to a female resident at Croft House Care Home, Ossett, west Yorkshire. Instead of relieving her pain, the blunder led to the woman feeling unwell. The mistake was pointed out by a social care worker and the resident's sister.
  June 04, 2014

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GOAD:PAEDO NURSE WHO TRIED TO LURE GIRL INTO CAR STRUCK OFF

DONCASTER, SHEFFIELD A paedophile nurse who tried to abduct a seven-year-old girl while she was out riding her bike has been struck off. Simon Goad, 47, was jailed for four years in March 2013 for trying to coax the school girl into his car on a rainy day in Hexthorpe, Doncaster. Goad, a nurse at Northern General Hospital, Sheffield, told the girl: 'You look a bit wet, get in my car and I'll take you home,' as she was walking back to her house near Doncaster. He then followed the terrified child as she ran home to tell her mother, and then loitered in the alleyway outside.
 
June 03, 2014

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GOAD:PAEDO NURSE TRIED TO LURE GIRL INTO HIS CAR

DONCASTER, SHEFFIELD, SOUTH YORKS A paedophile nurse who tried to abduct a seven-year-old girl is facing the end of his career. Simon Goad, 47, was jailed for four years in March 2013 for trying to coax the school girl into his car on a rainy day in Hexthorpe, Doncaster. Goad, a nurse at Northern General Hospital, Sheffield, south Yorks, told the girl: 'You look a bit wet, get in my car and I'll take you home,' as she was walking back to her house near Doncaster. He then followed the terrified child as she ran home to tell her mother, and then loitered in the alleyway outside.
  June 03, 2014

HAMZA: BABY UNIT BLUNDERS

OLDHAM A bungling nurse made a string of errors including leaving a premature baby lying the wrong way across an incubator, a tribunal heard. Hanadi Hamza allegedly placed the infant horizontally in the intensive care unit during her shift at Royal Oldham Hospital. She gave the wrong dose of saline to another premature child, putting him at risk of dehydration, and discharged a third baby without the consent of a senior consultant. Hamza is also said to have left a baby unattended when its condition deteriorated and disconnected the oxygen.
 
June 03, 2014

JOHNSON: NURSE PUT NICKED PURSE ON AUCTION SITE

WORTHING A nurse took a colleague's purse and tried to sell it on eBay, a hearing was told. Mary Johnson, 50, received a police caution following the incident at Wish Park Surgery in Hove, east Sussex, in July 2012. She then failed to tell her next employers, Lime Tree Surgery in Worthing, west Sussex, she was subject to the resulting Nursing and Midwifery Council investigation. Johnson is also charged with filling out an X-ray form in the name of a senior doctor and signing it herself so that she could get an X-ray for herself without going via her GP.
  June 03, 2014

KING:BAN FOR PUTTING OFF MERCY CALL

NOTTINGHAM An care home nurse who waited an hour before calling an ambulance for a fatally injured elderly patient has been banned for six months. Janet King, who had 30 years' nursing experience, knew the woman had suffered a fall but delayed calling 999. She noticed the pupil in the patient's right eye was enlarged, her left eye was sluggish, and that she was disorientated, but still waited a full hour before calling for help. The woman, who was injured after falling five hours before King arrived on shift, died from her injuries in hospital.
 
June 02, 2014

GWIRIRI:ANXIOUS WAIT FOR DEATH FALL NURSE

SHREWSBURY, SHROPSHIRE An agency nurse accused of failing to conduct a risk assessment for an elderly stroke victim who died after twice falling out of bed faces an anxious wait over her future. Memory Gwiriri was working at the at the Royal Shrewsbury Hospital, Shropshire when the 88-year-old stroke patient was found on the floor. Instead of conducting a full assessment and rearranging the safety rails, Gwiriri simply put the man back under the covers, it is claimed. He had a second fall four hours later 2:30am on the same night shift, causing the head injuries that killed him.
  June 02, 2014

OKAFOR:ANXIOUS WAIT FOR MIDWIFE WHO ABANDONED EXPECTANT MUM

CHELSEA A midwife who abandoned a mother in the middle of a difficult birth to go on her lunch break faces an anxious wait over her fate. Susan Okafor left the woman unattended and falsely recorded in notes that she had handed over her care to one of her colleagues at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital. The woman was suffering from hyperstimulation – multiple contractions in a very short period or contractions longer than two minutes – and was at risk of a ruptured uterus or high foetal heart rate. The patient and baby survived the birth on the Josephine Barnes ward on 15 July 2009 but a panel of the Nursing and Midwifery Council found Okafor had acted dishonestly by leaving the mum and then lying about it in records.

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