Patel was acquitted of manslaughter by a Supreme Court Jury in Brisbane yesterday.
The 62-year-old had been accused of unlawfully killing his patient 75-year-old Mervyn Morris.
Mr Morris died three weeks after bowel surgery in 2003.
Mr Fleming says he will be asking the two remaining manslaughter charges, as well as grievous bodily harm and fraud charges against Patel are dropped.
Patient advocate Beryl Crosby says it is not over yet.
"Everybody is in disbelief feeling upset ... hoping that the DPP will continue on with the other cases," she said.
Patel's lawyers says they will also be asking for a relaxation of Patel's bail conditions requiring him to report to police several times a week.
"There's still a long way to go yet," she said.
"The whole thing has just been so disruptive to the community and he would not be welcome back in this community."