Pre hearing information
The tribunal will inquire into the allegation that on 29 April 2014, whilst working for Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust, Dr Kizito incorrectly dispensed medication to Patient F. It is also alleged that on 15 June 2015, Dr Kizito failed to appropriately diagnose and refer Patient G for further investigation under the care of the cardiac team.
It is also alleged that, whilst working for Northwick Park Hospital on 23 August 2015, Dr Kizito submitted a timesheet containing information which was untrue and he knew to be untrue. It alleged his actions were dishonest.
It is further alleged that, whilst working for Mid Essex Hospital NHS Services Trust in March 2017, Dr Kizito attended to Patient E’s cardiac arrest and failed to assess the patient’s pulse; adequately record his management of the cardiac arrest and adequately manage Patient E’s care. Furthermore, during a meeting with Dr B and Mr C, Dr Kizito stated that his Advanced Life Saving training status was ‘up to date’ or words to that effect. It is alleged his actions were dishonest.
In addition, it is alleged that, whilst working at Hampshire NHS Foundation Trust in June 2017, Dr Kizito failed to adequately interpret Patient K’s blood test results; inform the patient of the abnormal test results; make a provisional diagnosis of gallstone disease or advise Patient K to attend their GP before referral for further investigation.
It is also alleged that Dr Kizito acted dishonestly in relation to a job application; in submitting a falsified reference and in relation to timesheets he submitted to Health Medix.
This reflects the allegation as it stands at the start of the hearing. The allegation may be amended as the hearing proceeds and when findings of fact are made by the tribunal.
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