Geoffrey Edelsten Bio Details
Geoffrey Walter Edelsten
Date of birth
Doctor (1966 - 1988)
He introduced a 24 hour a day 'superclinic', changing general clinic practice into a slick commercial enterprise with Grand pianos in the waiting room.
Bought Sydney Swans AFL team in 1985.
Struck off the medical roll in New South Wales in 1988 and deregistered in Victoria in 1992. He had been found guilty of professional misconduct from inducing his staff doctors to over provide for patients to employing unqualified staff to perform laser surgery.
A Supreme Court jury found him guilty of employing a hit man, Christopher Dale Flannery to assault a former patient. He was also convicted of perverting the course of justice and spent a year in jail, when he issued a medical certificate to Chritopher Flannery so that a murder trial was postponed.
Owns approximately 20 cars including a Lamborghini with a number plate D-8-B-8. He has about 44 flat screen TV's and a smoke machine in his two storey apartment.
Founder of Allied Medical Group
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Geoffrey Edelsten's son is Matthew Beard
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Geoffrey Edelsten's wife is Gabi Grecko-Edelsten