Canadian woman faces 234 counts of double-doctoring
Wednesday, August 24, 2005
Brampton, Ontario woman Wendy Grant, 41, is facing 234 charges of double-doctoring after obtaining prescriptions for 6000 pills. The Ontario Provincial Police also charged her with fraud charge after allegedly obtaining false prescriptions for a narcotic, that were fraudulently billed to the Ontario Drug Benefits Plan.
From February to May, Grant obtained pills from 28 doctors and 22 pharmacies in Peel and Halton regions.
The Workers' Compensation Board of Nova Scotia defines "double doctoring" "as a situation where a [person] seeks or obtains a prescription for a controlled drug or narcotic from more than one doctor to treat the same condition for the same period of time."
- "Fraud Charges" — , August 23, 2005
- Detective Staff Sergeant Dave Ross. "Woman Charged with Double Doctoring and Fraud" — , August 22, 2005
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