Hospital scientist struck off for serious failures

An engineer working at Basingstoke hospital has been told he displayed a “lack of competence” which delayed the opening of a new health unit. Dudu Miah has been struck off by the Health and Care Professions Tribunal Service (HCPTS) last week over his conduct while tasked with delivering a radiotherapy service, including a linear accelerator (LINAC) in the new radiotherapy department of the hospital’s Cancer Services Unit.
Basingstoke Gazette