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The Norfolk and Norwich Hospital say that they're going to implement tighter checks after a doctor was able to sexually assault a patient.
Manav Arora assaulted a male patient while working as a locum in September last year.
Today, he was jailed for two years at King's Lynn Crown Court.
"We are deeply shocked that a health professional could behave in this manner
Dr Manav Arora was supplied to us by a government approved locum agency HCL Doctors.
As part of the NHS Locum Doctors agreement all agencies are required to carry out comprehensive Disclosure and Barring Checks and discuss any concerns that arise with the Trust. On this occasion, no concerns were raised with the trust.
Following this incident, NNUH has put in place an additional safeguard where our staff will also scrutinise the DBS report.
Dr Arora worked as locum junior doctor for seven weeks. He worked in the Ear, Nose and Throat Department for two weeks from July 18, 2014 and then for five weeks in the Trauma and Orthopaedics Department.
The allegation was made by a patient on September 9, 2014, which we reported to the police immediately. His placement was terminated immediately and we referred him to the General Medical Council and informed HCL Doctors."
A judge who sentenced a doctor to two years in prison for committing a serious sexual assault on a patient at the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital has told him that he is a "disgrace to the profession".
Manav Arora, a married father of one from Birmingham, assaulted a male patient while working as a locum in September last year.
"When people go to see a doctor there is obviously a very, very high level of trust between doctor and patient. You betrayed that trust.
You have brought disgrace on yourself and your profession."