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Stains: a nurse accused of having defrauded more than 276,000 euros from health insurance


This health professional, aged 54, would have been reimbursed for imaginary services since the summer of 2015. He will be tried in court

He would have made so much money with this scam that the police had to seize his real estate in the hope of repairing the damage.

A 54-year-old liberal nurse, registered in the city of Stains (Seine-Saint-Denis) for years, will soon appear in the Bobigny court for fraud, we learned this Wednesday from a judicial source.

According to our information, the practitioner would have extracted more than 276,000 euros from the Primary Health Insurance Fund.

Reimbursements that were based on wind.

The investigation, entrusted by the prosecution to the brigade for the repression of astute delinquency (BRDA), a service of the Parisian judicial police, began a few months ago after a report from the Primary Health Insurance Fund of Seine-Saint -Denis.

Officials are aware of abnormally high reimbursement requests requested by this experienced nurse.

They take a look at the receipts.

First phony reimbursement in the summer of 2015

The services that the nurse would have performed are well accompanied by medical prescriptions.

But the documents are fake.

Or at least falsified.

The CPAM of 93 goes back in time.

"The first phony reimbursement dates back to the summer of 2015," says an official.

A complaint is immediately filed.

Investigators are now going through the suspect's bank accounts.

The nurse, who lives in Val-d'Oise, would have transferred more than 100,000 euros that he received from the CPAM to the bank accounts of his wife and child.

Released after custody

The practitioner, who was previously unknown to the police, was taken into custody on Monday morning at the premises of the BRDA.

He left Tuesday at the end of the afternoon.

"He was released with placement under judicial supervision pending his judgment," said a judicial source.

About ten days ago, a pharmacist from Vincennes (Val-de-Marne) was also referred to the criminal court for having defrauded the Primary Health Insurance Fund.

Damage estimated at 1.2 million euros between March 11, 2014 and September 30, 2018.

Source: leparis

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