How to become a doctor with Microsoft Word


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An Arizona man practiced as a dental anaesthesiologist using a Microsoft Word template as part of his application.  It wasn’t hard for Office-Watch.com to find the template he used and you can too!

ABC15 (Arizona’s News Leader) has the story of Dr. Pankaj Goyal who applied for a General Anaesthesia Permit. That’s the highest level of certification allowing the use of general anaesthesia.

This was one of the documents submitted as part of his application for the permit.

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Source: ABC 15 News

Look familiar?  It might because it’s one of the long-standing templates available in Microsoft Word.

Called ‘Certificate of Achievement’ anyone with Word can open it and amend it to suit their needs – legal or not.  Go to File | New …

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The page border, circle at bottom left, space for logo and fonts all match.  Most of the text is the same as Microsoft supplies.

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ABC15’s investigation shows that MetroHealth has no record of Dr Goyal completing any program.  The signatory on the certificate has confirmed that both his signature and the certificate are ‘fraudulent’.

 

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