A junior doctor who stole drugs from a Kent hospital has been ordered to undergo mental health treatment.
Omah Ahmed was reported by the Kent and Canterbury Hospital
Omah Ahmed, 27, of Ancaster Crescent, New Malden, south London, previously admitted four charges of theft from the Kent and Canterbury Hospital.
He took diamorphine and morphine sulphate from the stroke unit and morphine sulphate from Kingston Ward.
Judge Adele Williams gave him a 12-month supervision order and ordered him to undergo mental health treatment.
The thefts took place between 12 and 30 April last year.
Ahmed had been on a training contract as a junior doctor but no longer worked for the organisation, a spokesman for East Kent Hospitals NHS Trust said.
His medical registration has not been revoked by the General Medical Council, but conditions have been attached.
He is not allowed to practise as a locum and must only work in NHS training posts under supervision.
Ahmed has already received treatment at the traumatic stress unit at St George's Hospital in south London.