In news out of Greensboro, North Carolina – another woman has been charged with several cases (dating back to 2007) of practicing medicine without a license.
Like the woman quoted in the article says, if you are going to a Motel 6 for a ‘medical procedure’ – what do you really expect?
This isn’t a way to skirt ‘the system’ or save money.. But it is a really good way to get hurt or killed.
Crimes of New York – another ‘butt-injecting’, superglue using phony kills patients in the Hispanic community in New York.
Phoenix, Arizona –
In a case of criminal malpractice that sickens and horrifies health care personnel like myself – ‘self-proclaimed’ plastic surgeon, Peter Normann was able to delay sentencing after being found guilty earlier this summer in the deaths of three of his patients – in three separate incidents.
The details of each of the cases are quite frightening, and highlight reasons why trained observers like myself are critical for objective and unbiased evaluations for potential patients. In one case, another ‘homeopathic’ doctor working with Mr. Normann (not a licensed plastic surgeon) participated in a liposuction case that resulted in the death of a patient. In two cases – patients died because Mr. Normann failed to intubate the patients correctly (and tore the esophagus of one of the patients.)
In all cases, there was no intra-operative monitoring during cases – and Mr. Normann’s only assistant was a massage therapist (not an anesthesiologist, not a surgical nurse or trained surgical team.) Horrifying – completely criminal, and unforgivable and unacceptable.
Additional Links on this case:
Homeopathy in Arizona covered for doctors’ mistakes
‘Homeopathic’ doctor kills patient performing liposuction.
The Times: Surgical Roulette