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Irish Medical Council

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A medical inquiry has heard that a Nigerian doctor Francis Megwa, who was employed as a senior house officer at University Maternity Hospital Limerick knew "near nothing" and was unable to take blood samples and insert intravenous drips and had to ask what an obstetrician was. Megwa is accused of two counts of poor professional…

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