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Medical Malpractice: State by State | June 2, 2018

If you’re looking for a doctor of any kind, you might want to check out this website: http://www.reportingonhealth.org/blogs/doctors-behaving-badly-medical-boards-should-drop-stone-tools-join-digital-age#comment-285

Written by investigative health reporter William Heisel, this blog is devoted to: “New Ways to Investigate Untold Health Stories.”

In “Doctors Behaving Badly,” Heisel tells of his year-long odyssey, investigating medical boards — state by state — across the country.

His research tracks his discoveries on a Google map which shows where he’s been, together with the stories of each doctor’s particular malpractice.

For anyone who is moving or looking for docs of any kind, this is an invaluable resource for checking a doctor’s credentials and claims.

We should all be thankful for William Heisel’s diligence.

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6 Comments »

  1. Thank you for the excellent life-saving information that will certainly help many desperate patients in need of reliable medical treatment to make informative decision & choose the right Doctors to relay on & avoid the unnecessary hardships of abusive Doctors & medical malpractice.
    While living with medical disorder is already difficult enough, adding medical maltreatment & malpractice to the medical disorder is certainly far more tormenting nightmare many patients have been living with or ended their lives cut short.
    .Therefore, trusting the medical establishments to save your life, should NEVER turn into gambling with your life.

    The investigative health reporter, William Hiesel deserves a NOBLE PRIZE for his brilliant idea, diligent hardwork, informative resouces & priceless public services to millions of people in desperate need of reliable Doctors & medical treatment.

    Gerrie

    Liked by 1 person

    Comment by BahreNegash Eritrea — June 4, 2018 @ 1:26 PM

  2. It’s not the dr I have a problem with. It is the nurse practitioner. I complained to the dr and now I am ready to file a complaint. Twice she has threatened me and she doesn’t listen to you. I told her about a reaction I had to the gabapentin. She ignored me. I took the increased dose 24 later I ended up in the hospital

    Like

    Comment by Beth Sarkisian — June 9, 2018 @ 10:23 PM


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