Dr. Donal O’Donoghue
The Covid Catalog remembers Professor of Physicians Dr Donal O’Donoghue. The registrar at the Royal College of Physicians. He died on January 3 in the critical care unit of Stepping Hill Hospital, Stockport, where he was cared for over the past two weeks. He became unwell in mid-December
Many people considered Donal as a “big daddy” of British renal medicine. He led the reorganization of renal services in Manchester and founded the first managed clinical network in England. Donal had a passion for medicine professionalism and quality improvement in health and care.
Donal’s responsibilities at RCP included clinical and professional affairs. He also took a leading role in governance, regional activities, membership, global programs, and relationships with the NHS.