2 former Mount Sinai dental surgeons charged in $200k fraud investigation

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Two oral surgeons who previously worked in the dentistry department of Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto have been charged in connection with alleged insurance fraud totalling more than $200,000. Ontario Provincial Police allege both Dr. George Sandor and Dr. Cameron Clokie were billing Ontario Health Insurance for assisting surgeries they were never present for and adding insured billings to surgeries. Both the accused practiced at Mount Sinai Hospital when the alleged incidents occurred. The next court date for Sandor is set for March 31 and Clokie for March 21. Clokie is also scheduled for a May 3 hearing at the Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario on allegations of sexual abuse of a patient and disgraceful, dishonourable, unprofessional, unethical conduct.

By: Sarah-Joyce Battersby
Read the full article at The Star.