Thompsons Solicitors will hold a second, free open day for concerned patients in Stoke following the suspension of facial surgeon, Roger Bainton, at a North Staffordshire Hospital.
The University Hospital of North Staffordshire, recently announced that it had suspended a male surgeon in February 2013 after a number of his colleagues raised concerns about his professional practice related to oral and maxillofacial surgery.
Our clinical negligence team is holding an open day on the 20 May from 10am at its Stoke office for patients who are concerned they’ve been affected and are seeking further advice.
Join us on the day to speak to an expert face to face with no obligation
Open day details:
Tuesday 20th May 2014, from 10am
Building 3, Etruria Valley Office Village
If you are concerned that you have been affected by surgeon, Roger Bainton, or think you are a victim of any other type of clinical negligence, please contact Linda Millband to seek advice.
Linda Millband: LindaMillband@thompsons.law.co.uk / 07808929856
Thompsons Solicitors is also urging those concerned that they have been affected by Roger Bainton to contact the local hospital for appropriate medical advice.
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