GP suspended over laptop request sparks ‘grave concerns’ over treatment of BAME doctors

Around 1,000 doctors have written to the Professional Standards Authority in anger at the “gravely concerning” decision to suspend a GP over her request for a laptop, suggesting it is an example of the unfair treatment of medical professionals from minority ethnic backgrounds.

Dr Manjula Arora, an overseas-trained doctor from India who has 30 years exemplary service, was referred to the General Medical Council (GMC) by Mastercall Healthcare, a Stockport-based social enterprise organisation providing a range of “out of hospital” healthcare services across the North West of England, following the incident in December 2019.

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