May 27, 2013

"The cardiac unit at University Hospital Southampton - allegations of a "cover-up" an update


On the 22nd April 2013 we reported on the cardiac unit at UHS. Since then we have heard from another whistle blower, who does not wish to identify herself at this stage.  She has identified the main participants as, “three demigods; Mr Geoff Tsang, Mr Sunil Ohri and to a lesser extent, Mr Cliff Barlow, who appears to have been dragged into this.”
 

 

The whistle blower, who remains employed at UHS or possibly Wessex Deanery, has identified the doctor involved and has confirmed the regime, “treated him appallingly.”  She also identified the “genital waiving consultant” and explained the circumstances of the exposure.  She highlighted details of the alleged cover-up and the many complaints that “fell on deaf ears.”
 
In a scathing account of the events, the whistle blower informed us she has evidence and documentation in her possession that is, “unknown to the regime (as she puts it) and HR and could prove what has gone on.”  According to the whistle blower, there is concern the “cover-up” will be exposed and “a lot of people will be forced to resign or look for new jobs.”
 
We are intrigued by what we have been told, particularly if it is true.  If you are the person who contacted us, then please do so again – we need more information from you and of course, we would like to look at the evidence in your possession.  If you are not the female who contacted us but know who the whistle blower might be, then please contact us – we need to get in touch with her.  If you are a doctor or nurse who has worked for or under, Messrs, Tsang, Ohri or Barlow, we would like to hear from you – we need to know if what we have been told is true or can be confirmed.  If you are frightened by the consequences of speaking out, please re-think your position – we will not disclose your identity and you will remain anonymous.

 

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