The Whanganui DHB has been told to “pull its head in” after they called for a disciplinary meeting with one of their doctors who took it upon himself to sit on the roof of a minister’s car.
Who is telling them to pull their heads in?
The Doctors union of course and the Media Party goes in to bat for the ratbags.
The Whanganui District Health Board has been told to “pull its head in” after summoning a senior hospital doctor to a disciplinary meeting over his part in a Trans-Pacific Partnership protest.
Emergency medicine specialist Chris Cresswell was arrested last week after he climbed on top of Whanganui MP Chester Borrows’ car and sat on it.
Dr Cresswell, who is also the president of the Wanganui branch of the Association of Salaried Medical Specialists (ASMS), climbed on to the vehicle in his scrubs and stethoscope during Deputy Prime Minister Bill English’s visit on Friday.
He told the Chronicle his attire was to emphasise doctors also opposed the TPP, as it would have a huge impact on the price of medicine.
He was given a verbal warning by police but not charged.
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