Receiving coins from a patient by a doctor is a violation by the government’s disciplinary organization

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Receiving coins from a patient by a doctor is a violation by the government's disciplinary organization

The government’s disciplinary organization stated that receiving coins from a patient by a doctor is misconduct.

A spokesperson for the government’s disciplinary organization said that some doctors force patients to pay cash or coins to escape from illness, which is misconduct, and those who engage in such behavior should be dealt with.

Esfanani expressed concerns about receiving under-the-table payments from patients by some doctors, saying that in recent years we have witnessed some doctors under various pretexts engaging in receiving additional payments from patients. A patient is in a state of emergency and, due to being affected by the disease, is forced to pay cash or coins to escape from the illness. However, this is misconduct, and action should be taken against those engaging in such behavior.

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