Dr Natasha WATERS GMC ref. no. 6116264 - copy of MPT determination

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Dear General Medical Council,

Please send me full details of the MPT hearing concerning Dr Natasha WATERS that concluded on 23 February 2021:

https://www.mpts-uk.org/hearings-and-dec...

'Dr Natasha WATERS

Medical practitioners tribunal – Review Hearing concluded
Outcome on impairment Not impaired
Summary of outcome Not impaired
Type of case Misconduct
Hearing date from 23 Feb 2021
Hearing date to 23 Feb 2021

Location of hearing

This was a virtual hearing. Contact us about attending a hearing

GMC reference number 6116264
Area of practice Guildford

Decision

Full details of this hearing will be published shortly'

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J Roberts

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Dear J Roberts,

Your information request – IR1-3092539707
Thank you for your email dated 11 June, in which you ask for the full details of the MPT hearing concerning Dr Natasha WATERS that concluded on 23 February 2021

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Dear J Roberts

Please find our response attached.

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Christine Abdy
Information Access Officer
General Medical Council
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Manchester   M3 3AW

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Gadawodd J Roberts anodiad ()

The decision is now available.

Not impaired.

'9. Following her review with Patient A, Dr Waters altered Patient A’s Consent Form by adding ‘haemorrhage’, ‘return to theatre’, and ‘repair of injury’; and Clinical Notes, by adding ‘pre op’, ‘previous 5x [sic] did not relief pain at all’ and ‘aware of risks of haemorrhage, infections infancy [sic], return to theatre’.

10. Dr Waters knew that any retrospective changes to Patient A’s Consent Form and Clinical notes should have been clearly indicated but they were not.

15. The 2019 Tribunal concluded that Dr Waters’ dishonest conduct fell far below the standards expected, was contrary to GMP, the Trust’s guidance, and breached fundamental tenets of the medical profession. The 2019 Tribunal considered that failing to identify (whether inadvertently or deliberately) when entries are made in clinical notes has the potential to contribute to patient harm, though it did not do so in this case. However, it considered that such behaviour affects public confidence in the medical profession.'