Its members have voted overwhelmingly to reject the deal.
The Irish Medical Organisation says doctors can't support the new Public Service Pay Agreement.
Its members have voted overwhelmingly to reject the deal, as it doesn't recognise the new health service realities of the pandemic.
It maintains there are huge difficulties in recruiting and retaining consultants and this had led directly to long hospital waiting lists.
The IMO's Public Health Committee Chair, and Tullamore doctor Ina Kelly says the Government hasn't dealt with their concerns: