Swindon Crown Court, Dr Davinderjit Bains, 46, of Nylands Road, Nythe, Swindon, was sentenced to 12 years imprisonment on 23 May 2013.
Dr Bains had previously pleaded guilty to 13 counts of assault by penetration, 11 counts of sexual assault, 2 counts of sexual activity with a child and 13 counts of voyeurism. A further 65 offences were taken into consideration.
Most of these sexual offences took place at the Tinkers Lane surgery in Royal Wootton Bassett where Dr Bains was a GP.
Detective Inspector Mark Garrett, head of Swindon CID said: “I welcome today’s sentencing of Dr Davinderjit Bains who admitted a string of 39 sexual offences plus a further 65 sexual offences which were taken into consideration.
"A large number of female patients, including teenage girls, put their trust in this man to treat them with the professionalism, care and discretion that we all expect of our family doctor.
"But he utterly betrayed that trust for his own sexual gratification and I hope that today’s sentence goes some way to helping his victims get some closure on what has happened.
“I would like to pay tribute to the teenage student lodger who came to us with her concerns about his behaviour when she stayed at his home.
"Without her coming forward we would have known nothing of Dr Bains’ shameful activities in the privacy of his consulting room at the Tinkers Lane Surgery.
"I would also like to acknowledge the bravery of that young woman and the patients who were also his victims.
"They provided accounts of what took place and told us they were prepared to give evidence, had this case gone to trial – happily they were spared that additional ordeal.
""This was a detailed and sensitive investigation by Wiltshire Police.
"Female detectives viewed hundreds of video clips. The investigation team then had the task of identifying the victims and letting them know the horrible truth that the intimate examinations they had undergone had been secretly filmed by their doctor, using a camera hidden in his watch and that many of those examinations were medically unnecessary.
“I would like to acknowledge the support which NHS Wiltshire and Wiltshire Council gave to this Wiltshire Police investigation."