Plastic surgeon Dan Lombardi, who had the job for the past two years, lost his job in the Trump administration on Monday, according to his LinkedIn page.
Lombardi had been the lead plastic surgeon for several U.K. hospitals and had been an outspoken critic of the president’s decision on immigration.
Lombardoi’s position with the U-K.
National Medical Center in London was to be a one-year position.
The post did not say when the job would be taken over.
Lombi had worked for a number of hospitals in Britain, including Oxford and the University of East Anglia, before leaving in November.
The hospital said it was “disappointed” by the news, and Lombi did not respond to requests for comment.
The Associated Press first reported Lombardi’s dismissal.
It was unclear whether Lombardi is the only one.
“The job that I have worked on for the last two years is no longer in the U of K, and it is the responsibility of the National Medical Centre in London to decide what will happen with the remaining positions,” Lombardi wrote in a Facebook post.
He added that he “can’t wait to see what happens next.”
The post was posted before Trump’s announcement that he would end DACA, a federal program that shields immigrants who came to the U with their parents or legal guardians from deportation.
Trump has said the program has helped millions of immigrants stay in the country, and that he has no intention of rescinding the program.
“We will do everything we can to secure the border, and we will stop all illegal immigration,” Trump said in a Tuesday address to a joint session of Congress.
He has since sought to distance himself from his earlier position, saying the program was “not going anywhere.”
He said in the address that he will “end DACA immediately” and “end the sanctuary cities that have become magnets for crime and crime-related activity.”
He also said he would “begin the process of securing the border and bringing in the best and brightest” to the program, but did not mention his own DACA-related job.
A spokesman for the U.-K.
Medical Center said Lombardi would continue to serve as a medical director, adding that the hospital had been working with Lombardi to provide care to patients and staff.
In a statement, Lombardi said he is “shocked and saddened” to hear of his dismissal.
“I am absolutely devastated by this news and I will keep you informed as this is resolved,” Lombardo told the AP.
“If you are interested in having me available to talk to you in the future, please feel free to reach out to me at my website or LinkedIn.”
Lombardi also had an affiliation with U.N. agencies.
He was hired by the U .
K. as a consultant in 2011.
Lombardi said he will now focus on helping the medical community.