Dr Osborne also admitted "inappropriate" behaviour in relation to the prescription, as well those written to get an anti-smoking drug for a family member and the contraceptive pill for his then girlfriend.
More on this story. The panel said: "Since the February hearing you have changed a lot and have been on a personal journey.
Christina Lambert QC told the panel that although Dr Osborne "came from a privileged background it has not been an easy journey for him emotionally". He was found to have behaved dishonestly in an attempt to obtain anti-psychotic medicine for the woman.
He met the woman, with whom he was having an affair, in the hospital car park, on 12 May. Dr Osborne was also criticised for failing to record any of the prescriptions for the three people in their personal records and not telling their GPs. The year-old was training at a Manchester hospital at the time.
Dr Osborne said the suspension came as the "biggest shock" and he realised how unacceptable and inappropriate his behaviour was. He was denied the drugs by hospital staff so drove to a nearby pharmacy where obtained the drugs.
The suspension will be lifted on 26 September, after a GMC review panel found his fitness to practise was not currently impaired. The suspension followed incidents which took place between June and May while Dr Osborne was a psychiatry trainee at Wythenshawe Hospital. About sharing image captionAdam Osborne admitted inappropriate escort A list oldham was suspended after he falsified a prescription for a cocaine-addicted escort girl has been told he can practising medicine.