Dr Nagy Mickhael was removed from the list of doctors licensed to practise by the General Medical Council on 18 November after failing to pay the annual £290 registration fee.
In effect, that meant he was practising without professional indemnity and outside the profession, and he was subsequently removed from the local register following an application to the Royal Court by Health and Social Services.
A short statement released by his lawyer, Advocate Robert MacRae, said he was ‘delighted’ to have had his name reinstated on the Register of Medical Practitioners by the Royal Court.
Dr Mickhael was today back practising at his St Mark’s Surgery, on the Albert Pier, which has a patient list of several thousand, many of them Poles and Portuguese.
When he appeared in court, Dr Mickhael’s lawyer for the hearing, Advocate William Grace, said that there was no suggestion of any malpractice.