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After being cheated, NHS conducted over 3,000 background tests for foreign treatment.



A 22-year-old NHS psychiatrist has been conducting a background check for 3,000 foreign doctors.

Soulia almi (56), graduated from Oakland University, New Zealand.

    Sololia Almeemi, 56, a graduate from Auckland in New Zealand, has been admitted to a 22-year-old NHS psychiatrist.

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Sololia Almeemi, 56, a graduate from Auckland in New Zealand, has been admitted to a 22-year-old NHS psychiatrist.

Doctors from Commonwealth countries have qualified for NHS work and have arrived in Britain in 1992. But in her first year she was removed from medical school.

The General Medical Council failed in the medical registrar in 1995, who worked in West Midlands. She has earned 100,000 pounds a year.

Aleemi was caught after trying to overtake an OAP's will to steal £ 1.3 million. Last month she was sentenced to five years in prison.

The GMC said an investigation was underway from about 3,000 NHS doctors in Commonwealth countries.

This will give the center of the arrival of Tarket checks in 2003.

Chief Charles Musée said: "The steps taken in the 1990s were insufficient.

"We are 23 years old, we are committed to strengthening our systems and recognizing fraudulent efforts to join the registrar.

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