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Counter Fraud

This page is intended to provide you with some information about the overall NHS approach to countering fraud and the specific arrangements within this Trust. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any general questions or comments.


Contacting us

Primary Contact

Sarah Kabirat
Local Counter Fraud Specialist
Tel: 020 7383 5100 | Mobile: 07927 721625 | Email:This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Secondary Contact

Suki Pooni
Local Counter Fraud Specialist

Tel: 020 7184 4301 | Mobile: 07768 042 591 | Email:This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.



Local reporting can also be made to e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., which is also monitored by Angus Hughes, Deputy Director of Finance.



Additional Information and Resources:

pdf Fraud Redress Policy

Anti Fraud, Bribery and Corruption Policy

NHS Counter Fraud Authority website

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For more posters and resources make sure you visit the NHS Counter Fraud Authority Toolkit page

 

Introducing the NHS Counter Fraud Authority
Sue Frith, Chief Executive Officer of the NHS Counter Fraud Authority, provides a short introduction to the organisation.

Who pays for NHS fraud?
This animation provides examples of different types of fraud affecting the NHS, highlights the impact of NHS fraud and explains how to report it.

Working when sick (short animation)
This animation shows an example of working while off sick. It highlights the importance of reporting fraud and the consequences for those who commit it.

Ghost patients (short animation)
This animation shows an example of claiming for NHS care that was never delivered through the creation of fake patients. It highlights the importance of reporting fraud and the consequences for those who commit it.

A case of fake ID (short animation)
This animation shows an example of using fake identification to gain employment in the NHS. It highlights the importance of reporting fraud and the consequences for those who commit it.