Skip to comments.Democrat Portrayed as ER Doctor Hasnít Treated Patient in Over Decade, Was Sued for Malpractice (AZ)
Posted on 04/19/2018 4:29:53 PM PDT by SpeedyInTexas
Arizona Democrat Hiral Tipirneni's first ad presents her to voters as an emergency room doctor wearing scrubs with a medical chart and stethoscope in hand, but a new report says Tipirneni hasn't actually treated patients since 2007 when she was the target of a medical malpractice lawsuit.
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This could be very helpful.
She’s not even close.
Kelli Ward would have done herself and Rizona better had she been able to run for Trent’s seat.
I am not a doctor.
But for the right amount of cash, I can play one on TV.
A typical DemocRAT, Doesn’t work because probably terrible at making a good decision.
If you think being sued for malpractice is a negative stop going to any doctor because they all have been. You can’t have practice medicine for any length of time and not screwed up...
Not having practiced for a decade feel free to criticize but being sued for malpractice is a given.
Did she stop practicing because she got tired of medicine? Or because the malpractice incident was so bad that no malpractice insurance company wanted to insure her any more?
Aren’t we being presumptuous that a liberal doctor would actually do any work?
Since when do liberals work? That’s for the patriotic American conservatives who pick up the tab for the welfare, alien and freeloader class. Did Pelosi or Hillary ever have a job? Didn’t think so.
“We’re the TV doctors of America!”
Just like Mooschelle Obama is a lawyer.
But they stayed at a Holiday Inn Express hotel last night.
Sorry but if you believe that you are pretty unaware of medicine. There is no such think as a one strike your out in malpractice insurance. It’s expensive because they know without any question they will pay out for every doctor... and through a career most likely multiple times.
Here in the People's Republic, the modal number of malpractice suits per physician is 0 but the average is more than 1.
Physicians in some specialties, like obstetrics, orthopedic surgery and neurosurgery get sued a lot. It doesn't mean that there are too many bad doctors in those specialties, just that the specialty takes on risks and when outcomes are bad, they can be very bad.
So I wouldn't fault her for involvement in a single malpractice suit. But dressing up in scrubs for a political ad if she's been wearing a suit to go to work as an executive for the past 10 years -- yes, I think that's deceptive!
If you zoom in on the medical file you can see that the form is completely blank. Total fraud thoughtfully considering her next medical steps on a blank medical history.
Like a typical democrat,(and mccain/flake) her campaign is all smoke and mirrors. Portraying her only as what will get her votes, while not mentioning what she really stands for. You would think Arizonans could see through that by now.
Or the right elected office.
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