Aled Jones, a doctor with the City University Hospital, has admitted to defrauding the NHS of 68,000 for the reason of his gambling debts according to multiple sources. The 39-year-old doctor was sentenced at the Cardiff Crown Court on Tuesday, March 9, 2021.
On both counts of frauds, Aled Jones pleaded guilty. The court had earlier heard that he owed a massive debt from gambling, an addiction he developed back from when he was still a student studying medicine.
Within a space of two years working as a registrar at the City University Hospital, under the Nephrology and Transplant Unit, Jones stole a total of 420 checks. As a registrar, the young doctor had access to the codes that unlocked the office of the Bereavement Services Departme…
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