'Dishonest' Doncaster doctor faces misconduct hearing for 'faking' letters

A Doncaster doctor is facing a misconduct hearing over claims he practised medicine without insurance and ‘faked’ letters.

Thursday, 1st October 2020, 12:47 pm

Dr Jonathan Bundy, who has practised as a GP in Doncaster and Blackpool, is currently having his case heard by the Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service in Manchester.

The five day hearing, which is largely being held in private, is investigating allegations that between July 2015 and September 2017, Dr Bundy knowingly practised medicine without indemnity insurance in place.

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Dr Bundy's case is being heard in Manchester

It is further alleged that Dr Bundy was responsible for the creation of two letters purporting to be from MDU Services Ltd, which he submitted to his employers, stating that he was indemnified by MDU Services Ltd when he was not.

It is alleged that Dr Bundy’s actions were dishonest.

The MPTS is the tribunal service for UK doctors which makes independent decisions about whether doctors are fit to practise medicine.

A decision will published within 28 days of the hearing’s conclusion.