Complaints against Indian doctors in UK increase


The number of complaints against the Indian doctors in the UK has been increasing every year. There has been a record rise in the complaints since the year 2011. Apart from the complaints from the patients there has been a rise of 19 percent against the Indian doctors working in the National Health Service.

The General Medical Council released the latest figures and said that the overall complaints have increased by 23 percent from 7,153 in 2010 and 8,781 in the year 2011. An official from GMC said that the figure for 2011 includes 793 complaints against doctors who gained their primary medical qualification in India and then moved to Britain.