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, will not be suspended after all.But there are indications that recommendations are to be made for him to be removed from his post as Police Physician.The surprise decision came on Thursday, when Members of the Guyana Medical Council again met to decide Dr. Chand’s fate,Wholesale Stitched Jerseys
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, most of the members voted against the suspension.According to a source, the members took into consideration that Dr. Chand had admitted that he had erred and had apologised for his treatment of the teen who was brutalised in police custody.Kaieteur News was told that the Medical Council will give the Physician a written reprimand. A recommendation was also reportedly made for Dr. Chand to be removed from his post as Police Physician, and to undergo remedial training.This newspaper understands that Chief Medical Officer,CHeap NFL Jerseys China
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, he stated that any recommendations by the Medical Council will have to be sent to Minister of Health, Dr. Leslie Ramsammy.Dr. Ramsammy had indicated his disagreement with the Council’s recommendation to suspend Dr. Chand, and had asked the Council to review their decision.The Medical Council members had voted unanimously that Dr. Chand was guilty of unprofessional misconduct.During a November 20, 2009 meeting with the Medical Council, Dr. Chand admitted to several professional lapses while examining the teen at the Leonora Police Station.These include failing to examine the lad properly for other possible injuries, failing to take notes or keep a permanent record of the case; failing to solicit the patient’s age or any information from the patient as to how he sustained the injuries; and failing to make a written referral for the patient to be admitted to a hospital.