Doctors spoilers: Will Sid Vere snoop through CONFIDENTIAL medical records?
Sid is desperate for answers about his long-lost brother Laurence. But will he resort to unethical behaviour to find out more?
Desperate for answers about his long-lost brother, Laurence, mixed-up medic Sid Vere considers snooping through his parents' confidential medical records in search of information about the child they abandoned at birth.
However, Sid's surgery colleague Ruhma Carter strongly disapproves of him breaking patient confidentiality rules, and she feels his parents Estelle and Tye must have had their reasons for what they did.
But Sid is snappish with Ruhma and shuts the door, ending the discussion. He's convinced the medical notes will provide some clues to Laurence's whereabouts. Will Sid break the rules and risk his reputation as a doctor?
Meanwhile, Dr Emma Reid and nurse Ayesha Lee team-up to check on an anxious patient, Mrs Geraldine Woods (played by ex-EastEnders star Louise 'Rosa di Marco' Jameson).
However, things take a terrible turn when the medics get distracted and realise they forgot to check the medication doses Geraldine has been taking.
By the time they get back to her house, Geraldine is slumped unconscious on the sofa...
Doctors continues weekdays at 1:45pm on BBC One
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