01 April 2019 – BBC News
A doctor who sexually assaulted a female patient was struck off the medical register.
Dr Rajeshkumar Mehta, 64, had been jailed for the offence, committed while employed as a locum at The Hill General Practice and Care Centre in Sparkhill.
The Medical Practitioner Tribunal Service said the conviction “undermines the trust and confidence the public puts in the medical profession“.
Mr Mehta has 28 days to appeal against the decision and was not present during the hearing, which concluded on Friday.