A retired GP assaulted two patients while practising at a Hampshire surgery in the 1980s and 1990s, a court heard.
The first woman, now 36, wept as she told Winchester Crown Court how she "froze" as she was assaulted by Mir Khan at his Basingstoke clinic in 1993.
She said she spoke to the GMC and the health authority about Mr Khan, now of Harrow, London, but nothing was done.
When she went to police years later, a second woman came forward about an assault in 1987, jurors heard.
The woman, who was 19 at the time, was told to undress after asking for a prescription for the contraceptive pill, and assaulted, the prosecution said.
At the time, she told her mother who brushed the claim aside.
But she contacted police when she saw that Mr Khan had been charged after another allegation, jurors heard.
Mr Khan denies two counts of indecent assault.
The trial continues.