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Dec. 19, 2017, 11:34 a.m.
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The doctor was employed through a locum agency based in Ireland.
RTÉ News has also established that the doctor worked as a consultant radiologist at the Mater Hospital in Dublin in January and February 2006.
The doctor also worked at the same hospital from June 1996 to July 1997.
Yesterday, the Health Service Executive said that no issue arose in relation to the doctor's time in two separate periods at an undisclosed public hospital, which RTÉ has now established is the Mater Hospital, a voluntary hospital funded by the HSE.
The consultant is on the specialist register of the Medical Council.
The doctor previously worked in the UK and in Canada.

Earlier, University Hospital Kerry said that because of patient confidentiality, it cannot go into the details of the treatment or status of any of the seven serious missed diagnoses cases identified so far.
Some of the cases involve serious missed cancer diagnoses.
The hospital has not confirmed that any of the patients are too ill for treatment.
Meanwhile, the hospital says that the review of 46,300 images is being conducted backwards chronologically from July 2017 to March 2016.
The review has almost completed all of the 2017 cases.
To date, over 20,170 images have been examined.
There are around 26,100 still to be reviewed.
The hospital helpline will operate today until 10pm. The number is 1800-742-900
 

http://www.rte.ie/news/2017/1219/928367-kerry-hospital-scan-review/