By Dr Minh Alexander NHS whistleblower and former consultant psychiatrist, 26 October 2019
University Hospitals of Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust (UHB) previously claimed falsely under FOI to social care whistleblower Martin Morton that no CQC Regulation 5 Fit and Proper Person (FPPR) referrals had ever been made about its directors.
This was untrue because I had made an FPPR referral about a UHB director.
I am now aware of at least two other FPPR referrals that had been about the same individual.
Moreover, I was concerned that CQC may have colluded with UHB to exclude relevant evidence from the FPPR review triggered by my referral, by arbitrarily parking a later FPPR referral about the same director, for no good reason.
These events were summarised here:
CQC was informed of UHB’s false FOI disclosure.
Following this, UHB claimed…
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