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December 05, 2012

Paramedic suggests crying patient was 'lying' about injury

The 57-year-old patient was crying for help after she broke her hip, but the paramedic allegedly left her

Melanie Adams
The Daily Echo

A Hampshire paramedic faces being struck off after suggesting that a crying patient who had broken her hip had lied about it, a hearing heard yesterday.

Lisa Hubbard is accused of leaving a 57-year-old patient crying out in pain as she fell to the floor when being led from her flat and for treating the woman as if she was wasting their time.

Full story: Paramedic suggests crying patient was 'lying' about injury

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Cheryl Daniel Cheryl Daniel Thursday, December 06, 2012 10:28:07 PM Why was she still employed or licensed after her refusal to treat a seizure patient back in 2010? This lady is a disaster on feet.

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