Marjan Jahangiri’s suspension from St George’s hospital overturned Marjan Jahangiri (Photo: marjanjahangiri.co.uk)
A leading heart surgeon has won a fight to work again after the High Court overturned her suspension from an NHS hospital. Professor Marjan Jahangiri, 56, was suspended from St George’s hospital, Tooting, South London, for reportedly prioritising private patients over those from the NHS. It was also claimed that she shouted at a nurse. However, according to Jahangiri, the first female professor of cardiac surgery in Europe, she was subjected to a “campaign of bullying and harassment.” Apparently, Jahangiri was also sent a dead animal and a decapitated doll in the post. The surgeon took legal action and asked…
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