A helper who “squeezed” a patient’s breasts has been struck off for “completely unacceptable” behaviour.
Gbadebo Olasunkanmi Alabi, who worked in AE during Bedford Hospital, was found to have done “sexually-motivated” advances in Oct 2012.
A Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) aptness to rehearse cabinet ruled his actions brought a contention into disrepute.
He certified to several other charges relating to dual other shifts.
They enclosed unwell to discharge prescribed medicine and not conducting and/or recording neurological observations.
The row listened that on a night change between 25 and 26 Oct on Folwell Ward, Mr Alabi – who pronounced he was a happily married family male and active in a church – achieved an electrocardiograph (ECG) on a womanlike patient, famous as Patient A, but a chaperone present.
It was valid he pronounced to her “Your breasts are not too large and not too small” and “Everything on your physique is perfect”.
He also asked a studious her bra distance and patted and/or squeezed her breasts.
During a conference Mr Alabi supposed a comments would have done Patient A feel worried and distressed, and that she pronounced a comments caused her “shock and fear” and “harm”.
James Edenborough, representing a NMC pronounced a charges were “serious” and “clearly amounted to misconduct”.
Claire Robinson, for Mr Alabi, pronounced he had finished serve reading and investigate on veteran boundaries, his discernment had softened and there had been no serve identical complaints since.
Striking him off, a row told Mr Alabi that his poise towards Patient A had been “deplorable” and “completely unacceptable”.
They concurred he had increasing his “knowledge and bargain of personal boundaries” and “developed some insight” into his behaviour.
Mr Alabi was released an halt cessation sequence for 18 months and given 28 days to interest a decision.