December 7, 2022

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(crédito: Divulgação/PCDF)

Fake nurse sold job vacancies in surgery and exams in public hospitals

Published 07/01/2022 11:11

(Credit: Disclosure/PCDF)

A woman has been arrested by the Federal District Police, accused of pretending to be a health department nurse for selling surgery jobs, exam appointments and even places in intensive care units (ICU). Investigations began in January, after DF Civil Police Receiving anonymous complaints that a health professional would sell surgeries in public hospitals in the capital, and in some cases, after receiving payment amounts, did not deliver on his promise.

The operation was carried out by the Corruption Suppression Service, which issued one arrest warrant and six search and seizure warrants in the regions of Gama, Santa Maria and Recanto das Emas. According to investigations, the woman has nothing to do with SES-DFalthough he already held a delegated position between 2013 and 2014.

She presented herself as a maid in various hospitals to convince the victims of the real possibilities to circumvent the waiting list. The nurse also used different names. The woman has been working since 2018 and has indicated, to receive payments, the bank account of her friends, relatives and family members, to conceal her true identity and mislead potential police investigations.

In addition to the woman, the PCDF identified a person with political connections and referred patients so that the nurse could obtain “places” in the hospitals. In return, the nurse promised to hire people close and important to her.

a criminal scheme Selling fraudulent medical certificates, prescriptions and reports, including with the aim of defrauding disability retirement grants.

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The woman was temporarily arrested, and whoever lent her bank accounts or referred patients were searched and confiscated in their homes. The purpose of the policy is to confirm whether active MOH servers are involved in the scheme. Investigators may respond to criminal cases, embezzlement, document falsification and money laundering. Combined, sentences can be up to 24 years in prison.