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June 13, 2014

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QUINN:DOCTORS DID NOT KNOW KNOW REHAB CLINIC WAS UNLICENSED

MALDON, ESSEX Doctors at a celebrity rehab clinic had no idea they were working illegally in an unlicensed facility, a tribunal heard. Brendan Quinn, 37, is accused of failing to care for vulnerable patients admitted to the £10,000 a week Causeway Retreat on the 400-acre Osea Island, Maldon, Essex. The Causeway treated the likes of tragic singer Amy Winehouse, and pop group Take That's Mark Owen, as well as several aristocrats. He is also accused of failing to register the centre as an independent hospital.
  June 13, 2014

SEBOUHIAN:NURSE CLEARED OF HAVING SEXUAL RELATIONSHIP WITH PATIENT

HULL, LEEDS A community psychiatric nurse has been cleared of having a sexual relationship with a patient and of sending her personal texts messages. Matthew Sebouhian was accused of having an affair with the woman while employed by the Humber NHS Foundation Trust. The patient, who suffered from a personality disorder, claimed the relationship started when he gave her his number in November 2009 and continued until January 2001. But a Nursing and Midwifery Council panel found the woman's evidence to be unreliable because her dates didn't add up.
 
June 12, 2014

NYAMANDE:NURSE STROKED STUDENT'S LEG AS THEY SAT IN CAR

DERBY A nurse stroked a student's leg as they sat in a car and said 'you can't wear that and expect me not to stare', a tribunal heard. Mertha Nyamande regularly asked the young woman out to dinner and whispered in her ear 'I'll see you soon', the Nursing and Midwifery Council was heard. On one occasion he allegedly stroked her hair and said: 'You're going to get me into trouble you are.' The student said she found Nyamande's behaviour was 'sinister' as she completed a work placement at Albany House, a dementia service operated by Kingsway Hospital in Derby.
  June 12, 2014

LET OFF FOR GREAT ORMOND ST NURSE WHO FISHED TUBE OUT OF BIN

CENTRAL LONDON A nurse at Great Ormond Street children's hospital who fished a piece of equipment out of a dustbin and used it on a terminally ill boy has been allowed to keep her job. Deborah Collier retrieved a connection for a gastrostomy feeding tube out of the bin before using it on the sick youngster on the Penguin Ward at the world famous hospital in central London. The nurse claimed she had accidentally chucked the new connection away when she was preparing a tray of medication and used it again because she could not find another one. She sterilised it using boiling water and an alcowipe before using it in front of the child's mother, the Nursing and Midwifery Council heard.
 
June 11, 2014

GROOM: SENIOR NURSE STRUCK OFF FOR FAILING TO TRY AND SAVE HEART ATTACK PATIENT

BOGNOR REGIS, WEST SUSSEX A senior nurse has been struck off for not attempting to resuscitate a patient suffering a cardiac arrest. Janet Groom was working at Bognor Memorial Hospital when the woman was found with blood coming from her mouth, the Nursing and Midwifery Council heard. By the time the care assistants had fetched Groom - the only nurse on duty at the Don Baines Ward at - the colour had drained from the patient's face and she was unresponsive. After listening to the woman's chest, Groom told a care assistant it was too late to do anything, telling her 'No Mrs, she's gone', the panel heard.
  June 11, 2014

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SIGNORA: NURSE HANDED OUT LEAFLETS ABOUT INTIMATE PLASTIC SURGERY TO WRONG PATIENT

SOLIHULL, WEST MIDLANDS A nurse who doled out leaflets about plastic surgery to an unsuspecting patient could be facing the end of her career. Violet Signora handed the woman, identified only as Patient C, pamphlets containing information about blepharoplasty - plastic surgery to correct deformities of the eyelids. The patient also received a leaflet on intimate during her appointment at the Spire Parkway Hospital in Solihull, West Midlands, The nurse also racked up a series of drug blunders during her employment, the Nursing and Midwifery Council heard.
 
June 11, 2014

HAMZA:NURSE LEFT PREMATURE BABY COVERED IN BLOOD

OLDHAM, ROCHDALE, LANCS A bungling nurse left a premature baby lying sideways in an incubator and covered in blood while she wandered off to look for equipment, a tribunal heard. Hanadi Hamza allegedly failed to apply a dressing over the needle prick after taking a blood sample from the critically ill tot at the Royal Oldham Hospital. She also failed to ensure the saturation monitor was attached so there was no way of measuring the baby boy's oxygen levels, the Nursing and Midwifery Council heard. Colleague Gina Jackson told the panel: 'I saw the baby laying horizontally across rather than horizontally down the incubator.
  June 10, 2014

DIXON:CARE HOME BOSS GOT COOK TO WORK AS CARER

GLOSSOP, DERBYSHIRE A care home boss got a cook to work as a carer when she was short of staff, a tribunal heard. Claire Dixon, manager of Oakford Manor Nursing Home in Glossop, Derbyshire, also failed to carry out proper checks on staff and hired one employee with a fraud conviction. Karen Watson, a senior manager at the company that ran the home, Rushcliffe Care Ltd, told the Nursing and Midwifery Council panel Dixon needed intense supervision. 'She had a visit by a senior manager three times a week by for a full eight hours each time.'
 
June 10, 2014

COLLIER: NURSE USED FEEDING TUBE FROM THE BIN

CENTRAL LONDON A nurse at Great Ormond Street children's hospital fished a piece of equipment out of a dustbin and used it on a terminally ill boy. Deborah Collier took a connection for a gastrostomy feeding tube out of the bin before using it on the sick youngster on the Penguin Ward at the world famous hospital in central London. The nurse claims she had accidentally chucked the new connection away when she was preparing a tray of medication and used it again because she could not find another one. Collier told the Nursing and Midwifery Council the parents of the young patient had a lot of equipment stored at home and had bought the feeding equipment to the hospital themselves.
  June 09, 2014

CASSIDY:NURSE STRUCK OFF FOR NEGLECTING PATIENTS

KNUTSFORD, CHESHIRE A nurse who neglected residents and failed to ensure basic standards were maintained at a care home has been struck off. Jacqueline Cassidy oversaw a 'culture of fear and intimidation' at the Rangemore Nursing Home in Knutsford, East Cheshire, the Nursing and Midwifery Council heard. She failed to ensure an elderly resident was bathed, causing her to contract a fungal infection and did nothing when another resident lost a quarter of his body weight. Cassidy allowed the disease Clostridium Difficile, which causes diarrhoea and fever, to spread throughout the home by failing to isolate sufferers and ensure proper infection control.
 
June 09, 2014

MUNJAL:NURSE WHO LEFT PATIENT IN SOILED BED KEEPS JOB

STOCKPORT A nurse who deliberately left an incapacitated patient in a soiled bed has been allowed to continue working without restrictions. Pratima Munjal told day staff 'Resident A' was cleaned up after he suffered an episode of incontinence overnight at the Newlands Care Centre, Heaton Moor, Stockport. The man had complex care needs, was unable to communicate properly and would shout when uncomfortable, the Nursing and Midwifery Council. When day staff entered his room on 11 November 2012, they were overwhelmed by the stench and spent nearly an hour cleaning the distressed resident.
  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.

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