2 doctors caught using patients' identification to charge health services

Two doctors caught using

By JPOST.COM STAFF
November 22, 2009 15:43

 
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Northern District Police on Sunday arrested two doctors, aged 40 and 55, who had allegedly been using their patients' swipe cards to charge health services for visits that never took place. The two suspects were allegedly using the embezzled funds to purchase cosmetic items from local pharmacies.

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