This hospital is one of highest ratings of the nation. My surgeon is listed as one of their top thoracic surgeons. There is nothing on his records to suggest otherwise.
They are talking about it everywhere!
70% lower risk of dying in a 5 star hospital. We have those at the Houston Medical Center.http://money.cnn.com/2011/09/18/news/economy/poverty_perry_texas/index.htm
About 1 of 5 in Texas are considered living in poverty. Poorest town in the US is Mcallen, Tx
If you could actually see the chart, it's unbelievable. We have the most uninsured.
Texas Baptist verified the statistics. We have jobs. The poor work, but their salaries are below the poverty line. These citizens when they get medical treatment; the government picks up the tab. So, if any malpractice is done; no one will know. The law states government asssitant patients can't sue.
Malpractice cases are not being found on record. I have the consent form on what surgery I should had. I have the operative report that is different from the intraoperative report. Yet, it is still not down as anything unusual on any legal record. The next patient doesn't know there is a problem. American Physicians and Surgeons Association (APSA) filed a lawsuit against the Texas Medical Board of Examiners for intimidating them. I didn't know you could do that. They can sue the only area of hope to possibly receive validation. I quess it's not a frivilous lawsuit.