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NHS doctor arrested over string of drunken incidents keeps job after apology

A doctor who carried out a string of violent and drunken attacks over a three-year period has been allowed to keep her job after making a grovelling apology insisting she makes a ‘positive contribution to society’.

NHS haematology expert Dr Roisin Hamilton, 38, was repeatedly arrested for assaulting police officers, airport officials and even her own husband between 2015 and 2018.

The mother-of-two was suspended last October but a Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service disciplinary panel decided against striking her off after she admitted her actions were ‘abhorrent’ and vowed to make up for them.

Hamilton, of Bearsden, East Dumbartonshire, has not practised medicine since 2015 but will be allowed to resume her career next week once her suspension formally ends.

Read more in the Daily Mail.

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