South Wales Argus
Noel Sardar sexually stalked two of his patients
By Michael Jones
January 15, 2020
Psychiatrist Dr Noel Sardar, 45, made “sexually-motivated” advances to the two female patients in his care. Picture: Wales News Service
A MARRIED doctor stalked and made “sexually-motivated” advances to two female patients in his car after checking confidential medical records.
A court heard that dad-of-two Noel Sardar, from Newport, pretended to be working on night call to gain access to one woman’s home – and bought the other alcohol to get her drunk.
But one woman contacted the police after he continued to call and text her – and he was arrested under stalking laws.
The court had heard both women suffered from significant mental health problems and had gone to Sardar, 45, for medical help.
Prosecutor Paul Hobson told the jury Sardar “had abused the doctor-patient relationship” by making contact with both women outside of work…
He took one woman to a cafe, asked why she was single and bought her alcohol, telling her he was trying to get her drunk.
The woman said she felt he was hoping to get invited to her flat – but she contacted police after calls and texts continued two days later.
Sardar continued to visit the other victim even after he was suspended from work following allegations about his behaviour…
Twenty-four UK doctors in five years censured over medical record breaches
By Denis Campbell
June 13, 2023
Earlier this year, the Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service (MPTS), the GMC’s disciplinary arm, banned Dr Noel Sardar, a psychiatrist in Wales, from practising as a doctor after he was convicted in 2019 of stalking two vulnerable women with mental health problems whom he had treated. Sardar alarmed both women by calling them on their mobile phones and coming to their homes…