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Consultant urologist Aidan O’Brien is suspended

Consultant urologist Aidan

An advisor urologist at the focal point of a patient review in the Southern Health Trust has been suspended by the free body which chooses whether specialists are fit to rehearse medication.

  • Aidan O’Brien resigned from the Southern Health Trust in June.
  • In excess of 1,000 patients’ records were reviewed at the Southern Health Trust.

The Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service (MPTS) has said it forced the impermanent measure following an interval hearing on Tuesday.

MPTS break request hearings settle on autonomous choices about whether limitations are important to ensure patients or specialists while the GMC does an examination.

  • It stated: “Dr O’Brien no longer works in the wellbeing administration.

“He is as of now suspended from training in the UK while Southern Health and Social Care Trust and the Urology Assurance Group, driven by the Department of Health (NI) lead their audit works out.

“We keep on observing the nearby review and public investigation into the broad concerns with respect to mind gave by Dr O’Brien.”

In the event that a reference is made for a full hearing it will generally be heard openly and full subtleties will be distributed by the MPTS.

A month ago, NI Health Minister Robin Swann requested a legal public investigation into “genuine worries” about the clinical act of Dr O’Brien.