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Vanderbilt’s Dr. Zimmerman claims Charlene Murphey’s Manner Of Death was Natural. Yet, Nurse RaDonda Vaught Was Indicted By Nashville Grand Jury For Reckless Homicide

Charlene Murphey Death Certificate Questioned Bob Aller     Revisions: March 12, 2019.  Posted: March 9, 2019. The tragic death of Charlene Murphey at Vanderbilt University Medical Center has been widely reported in the media. Recently, Hospital Watchdog received a copy of Charlene Murphey’s Death Certificate (#09801569). The date of death is December 27, 2017. (Out of …

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Patient Bleeds To Death After Colonoscopy

Introduction Bob Aller  Posted: February 18, 2019  Revisions: February 24, 2019 Last week Hospital Watchdog conducted an in-depth interview with Ms. Dena Royal, a former paramedic, and respiratory therapist. Dena’s mother, Martha Wright, bled to death following a colonoscopy and a series of tragic nursing mistakes at Cass Regional Medical Center in Harrisonville (pop. 10,000) …

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Should VUMC Leadership Be Prosecuted?

Does Appearance of Conflict of Interest Exist For Vanderbilt? With over 26,000 employees, Vanderbilt and its healthcare facilities are the largest employers in Nashville. Bringing a criminal prosecution against a VUMC nurse is not an everyday event. A reader has offered the view that the appearance of a conflict of interest exists for the prosecution. …

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Vanderbilt Med Center Cover-Up

Horrifying, Fatal Medication Error Bob Aller  Revised: Feb 14, 2019. Posted: Feb 4, 2019 In November 2018, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) issued a Statement of Deficiencies concerning the death of a patient at Vanderbilt University Medical Center (VUMC). The 56-page report included staff statements about medical errors and hospital staff conduct that …

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California law requires doctors to disclose if they are on probation

On July 1, 2019, a California law (SB 1448) will be activated that ends secrecy about doctor sexual assault, drug use, and devastating patient harm. This first-in-the-nation bill requires that doctors on probation need to inform patients before their first visit. The California Medical Board had refused to initiate such a practice. The California Medical …

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