Nurse caught stealing two tablets to treat her headache from hospital pharmacy is SUSPENDED

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An on-duty NHS nurse lost her job after she was caught stealing two headache tablets from a hospital pharmacy.

WHAT REALLY HAPPENED?

Franchesca Morgan took paracetamol and co-codamol without permission when she felt unwell during her shift.

She pleaded guilty in December 2022 to two counts of theft by an employee and told Wirral Magistrates’ Court that she assumed she was allowed to take the medication after feeling unwell during the shifts.

She also told the court that she had lost her job and house as a result of the prosecution and had since moved in with her grandmother.

NOW SHE IS SUSPENDED FROM HER ENTIRE PROFESSION

Now, a year and a half later, Franchesca Morgan has been suspended from the profession after being told she poses a ‘continuing risk to the public’… for the next six months.

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HOW SHE WAS CAUGHT

Morgan was caught after covert surveillance, installed by police, recorded her taking the pills on two separate occasions, in June 2022, without getting written permission first.

Police launched a probe after hospital bosses noticed prescription medication had been going missing.

A tablet count was put in place at the end of each shift and a secret camera installed by police.

Though it wasn’t suggested that Miss Morgan was responsible for the wider medication theft, she was prosecuted for taking the co-codamol and paracetamol.

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