Radiographer, Wilson Thomas, Struck Off on Grounds of Lack of Competence

Radiographer Wilson Thomas has been struck off the HCPC Register following a second review of a 2014 substantive suspension resulting from lack of competence.

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A panel of the HCPC Conduct and Competence Committee heard that Mr Thomas achieved a score of just 8% in a combination of radiographic tests and demonstrated extremely limited knowledge of radiography during an interview for a Band 5 position at Leighton Hospital.

The Panel further heard that Mr Thomas was asked to undertake a test of competence, which demonstrated that his knowledge and skills were rated well below the level of a first year Radiography student.

Panel Chair Gill Madden commented:

“The Panel adopts the finding of the previous Panel that the wide ranging deficiencies on Mr Thomas’ core competencies represent a risk to patients and the wider public, and that his lack of clinical competence constitutes a dangerous practitioner.”

The Panel concluded that by failing to engage in the regulatory process Mr Thomas’ fitness to practise remains impaired and that a Striking Off order is the necessary and proportionate sanction.

Mr Wilson Thomas was neither present nor represented at the hearing.