Dr Sekinat Abiodun BAKARE GMC no. 6117188 - copy of MPT decision

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Dear General Medical Council,

Please send me full details of the MPT hearing concerning Dr Sekinat Abiodun BAKARE
that concluded on 27 November 2020:

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

'Outcome on impairment Impaired
Summary of outcome Erasure
Type of case Misconduct
Hearing date from 23 Nov 2020
Hearing date to 27 Nov 2020
GMC reference number 6117188
Area of practice Kensington and Chelsea, Westminster, Camden, Kingston upon Thames, Northampton

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 – IR1-3003101305

Thank you for your email dated 9 April, in which you ask for the full
details of the MPT hearing concerning Dr Sekinat Abiodun BAKARE that
concluded on 27 November 2020

 

How we will consider your request

We’re going to look at your request under the Freedom of Information Act
2000 (FOIA). This gives us 20 working days to respond but we’ll come back
to you as soon as we can.

 

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Matt McCoig-Lees will be handling your request. If you have any questions
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Matthew McCoig-Lees (0161 923 6579), General Medical Council

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Dear J Roberts

 

I write further to previous correspondence.

 

The decision is now on the Dr’s LRMP record and will be on the list of
recent MPTS decisions on their website later today or tomorrow.

 

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Matthew McCoig-Lees

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Information Access Team

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3 Hardman Street

Manchester

M3 3AW

Email: [1][email address]

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Subject: RE: Freedom of Information request - Dr Sekinat Abiodun BAKARE
GMC no. 6117188 - copy of MPT decision

 

Dear J Roberts,

 

Your information request – IR1-3003101305

Thank you for your email dated 9 April, in which you ask for the full
details of the MPT hearing concerning Dr Sekinat Abiodun BAKARE that
concluded on 27 November 2020

 

How we will consider your request

We’re going to look at your request under the Freedom of Information Act
2000 (FOIA). This gives us 20 working days to respond but we’ll come back
to you as soon as we can.

 

Who to contact

Matt McCoig-Lees will be handling your request. If you have any questions
you can contact him via email at [4][email address].

 

Yours sincerely

 

Lauren Barrowcliffe

Information Access Team Assistant

 

[5][email address]

General Medical Council

3 Hardman Street

Manchester

M3 3AW

 

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J Roberts left an annotation ()

'1. d. dismissed an automatic pop up alert that appeared warning you that Patient A was allergic to Trimethoprim. Admitted and found proved

15. On 23 April 2015 you submitted an application form for an extension to your post at CNWL in which you falsely stated that you were not currently the subject of any investigation or fitness to practise proceedings by a licensing or regulatory body in the UK or in any other country. Admitted and found proved

19. c. signed or permitted the Prescription to be signed by another in Dr D’s name. Admitted and found proved (page 10)

58. The Tribunal has already found that Dr Bakare was dishonest when she failed to disclose the GMC investigation to CNWL. (page 27)

17. The Tribunal then considered the aggravating factors in this case.

• Dr Bakare forged the signature of a previous professional colleague;
• Dr Bakare covered up this dishonesty by lying to the police when interviewed; (page 32)

91. The Tribunal determined that, having found Dr Bakare to have acted dishonestly, erasing Dr Bakare’s name from the medical register was the only appropriate sanction in this case.' (page 34)

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