A bogus nurse who vaccinated more than a thousand children and carried out hundreds of tests on women - today pleaded guilty to theft and fraud.
Denice Stewart was arrested after being allowed to work - unsupervised - at four GP practices in Medway in Kent over four years. She was not qualified, but employed deception to pretend she was.
The former healthcare worker was employed as a registered nurse, after producing an NHS identity code not backed with a photo. She will be sentenced next month. Derek Johnson reports from Maidstone Crown Court.
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