‘He asked her if he could perform a sex act on her’
made constant phone calls to her, adding that she would find up to 15 missed calls on her mobile, but the GP warned her ‘ You will never get rid of me’.
Patient A agreed to meet her doctor at his practice on a Sunday morning for him to apologise to her and she continued to visit after his morning surgeries.
She said: “There was a particular morning where a travel blanket was laid on the floor. He asked me to sit on the floor on the rug. We were the only ones there.
“Obviously I did as I felt very vulnerable being on my own and I didn’t think he was going to request any further.”
But Dr Burley then asked if he could touch
The GP then arranged weekly sex sessions at Patient A’s late parents’ home, the panel heard.
She said he favoured Thursday afternoons because he had time off for ‘study leave’.
The panel heard that Dr Burley became angry when Patient A’s terminally ill husband moved into the property in late 2004 to live out the rest of his days.
She said: “Dr Burley became very agitated because the house was no longer a safe house as such.”
Dr Burley cared for Patient A’s husband up until his death in April 2005, visiting him at the house up to four times a day.
Sex between the pair continued shortly after her husband’s death, it