A man who posed as a medical doctor and promised to get five ladies enrolled in nursing training institutions has found himself in the grips of the law.
A 17-year-old who posed as a doctor has been remanded in custody because he could not stop pretending to be a health worker. The teenager had previously pleaded guilty to offences related to his ‘treatment’ of a 12-year-old Adelaide girl who fell off her scooter in January.
Butt Implant Gone Wrong: Suyima Torres, 28-Year-Old Mother Of Two, Dies After Receiving Butt Injections From Fake Doctor In Venezuela
Suyima Torres' death after an alleged botched butt implant has caused the South Florida police department to open up a formal manslaughter investigation. An autopsy giving a definitive cause of death has not been completed, but authorities say they will be treating the case as a homicide.
An Australian teenager who pleaded guilty to impersonating doctors and was caught 'treating' a 12-year-old girl in an emergency ward has been remanded in custody for breaching bail conditions.
Barbara Jean Wagner, 47, of Wildwood, is accused of phoning in a fake hydrocodone prescription to a Chesterfield pharmacy.
A preliminary hearing is scheduled Tuesday for a La Mesa man accused of posing as a doctor and promising patients he could could cure cancer and HIV.
State Democratic Chairman Roy Herron of Dresden has been “off the payroll” since May 15 and will remain an unpaid chair until the conclusion of an ongoing medical malpractice trial in which he is acting as an attorney for the plaintiffs.
I am writing in response to Charles Krauthammer’s claim that medical malpractice is driving up the cost of medical care. I believe lucrative physician incentive contracts are in large part responsible for rising medical costs. For example, pediatric neurologist Dr. Yasser Awaad signed an incentive contract with Oakwood Healthcare wherein he could earn supplemental income that was comprised of 50 percent of the net collected billings.