CQC prosecutes doctor for providing services without registration

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) has successfully prosecuted Dr Hassan Abdulla, a doctor based in Leicester, has been fined £2,700 and ordered to pay over £30,000 in court costs after he admitted to performing circumcisions without being registered.

Fiona Allinson, compliance manager for the CQC, said: “This sends a clear message to any health care professionals that they not only need to ensure they are registered with CQC but we will take action against those who fail to do so”.

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