Dr Niall Power has been a full time NHS consultant for 11 years. He trained in radiology of the chest, abdomen and pelvis with a special interest in gastrointestinal and gynaecological imaging.
Niall has written research papers, review articles and book chapters on my areas of interest. He performs and reports ultrasound and barium studies and also report a large volume of CT and MRI scans. Dr Power is also skilled in ultrasound and CT guided interventional procedures. He is both an educational and clinical supervisor within the Royal Free NHS Foundation Trust.
Dr Power qualified in Dublin in 1994, He had his radiology training in Barts and the London NHS Trust and completed his training with a fellowship in body imaging at Sunnybrook Hospital, a specialist oncology and emergency imaging centre, and part of the University of Toronto, from 2002-2003. He then worked in Barts and the London NHS Trust as a Consultant Radiologist, special interest abdominal imaging, for 8 years where he was radiology lead for the colorectal and upper GI MDTs, radiology lead for colorectal screening and lead of CT, and after a short spell in Waterford, Ireland Dr Power is now working in the Royal Free Hospital as a Consultant Radiologist with special interest in GI and hepatobiliary imaging.
Services provided to HCA
Dr Niall Power provides professional medical advisory services to HCA in relation to consultant Radiological Services in line with current practice. He works with the CEO and HCA Representatives on an ongoing basis to ensure appropriate, efficient and continuing operation of all aspects of the Hospital including the efficient and continuing operation of Radiological Service provision at the Hospital.
As part of his responsibilities, he prepares and provides professional advice for Multidisciplinary Team meetings as well as monitors and reports on all respiratory radiology treatment outcomes performed at the Hospital.
Dr Powell is also able to provide professional advice to HCA on clinical governance matters where requested and provides professional advice on the administration and growth of the Radiology Service at the Hospital.
All services provided under this agreement are charged to HCA UK. From 1 January to December 2018, the total charge was £9,120. Between 1 January 2019 and 30 April 2019 the total charge was £2,040.
HCA requires the doctors that advise us to attest that if they also practice in the NHS that they are not compromising their NHS commitments.
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