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Arizona Medical Board - Arizona, Scottsdale - Wrongful decision made on complaint

Posted:    AngryAZpatient
Complaint Rating:  57 % with 7 votes
I filed a complaint with the Arizona Medical Board over 8 months ago and just now received a response from their office indicating that they are dismissing an appeal that I filed against a Doctor Matthew Holland; a pain management doctor in Tucson, AZ.
In the original complaint I sent to the board, I addressed how this doctor mishandled my medical care where he was negligent in not sending me for an MRI x-ray scan to determine the severe hip/leg pain that I was enduring. When I requested from this doctor to give me some pain medication, he flat out refused to give me refills on my pain medicine....
Complaint comments Comments Complaint country United States, Arizona, Scottsdale Complaint category Government & Police

Arizona Medical Board - Rude and bad service

Posted:    Danny
Complaint Rating:  100 % with 3 votes
The Arizona Medical Board's meeting which takes place every two months includes a "Call To Public" session.

When I initially filed a complaint, I was advised (and encouraged) by their office staff to come and speak at the Call to Public. I was told that any citizen could come and make comments, voice opinions, etc., and they did not state (nor does their website state) that one MUST have a case on the agenda in order to speak.

The Board staff also passes out a handout when you enter the meeting area, which states, "Call to Public is a forum for citizens...
Complaint comments Comments Complaint country United States Complaint category Health & Beauty

Arizona Medical Board - Arizona, Scottsdale - Incompetency and Public Danger

Posted:    SENEGAL
Complaint Rating:  100 % with 5 votes
Lisa Wynn the non medical executive director of the board is dimissing complaints of dangerous Physicians and also making medical decisions without a medical license. In essence she is abusing her power.
Her credibility and history are very shaky, and there is an uproar in the medical community to remove her from the post.

She is extremely unprofessional, unethical and will be removed soon due to public outcry.

This is part of the reason our medical system in Arizona is ranked in the lowest of the country, and why all the good Physicians have left the state.
Complaint comments Comments Complaint country United States, Arizona, Scottsdale Complaint category Medical Negligence and Deficiency

Arizona Medical Board - Arizona, Scottsdale - Lisa Wynn (Executive Director)

Posted:    Medicaljustice
Complaint Rating:  73 % with 11 votes
Lisa Wynn the executive director of the Arizona medical Board is both incompetent and abuses her position.

She is not medically trained, has a poor track record, and was hired only because she is a woman with previous connections to our past lame Governor Napolitano.

Public record reveals that Lisa Wynn has a tarnished and immoral past and many complaints have been subjected against her personally for incompetence and abuse.

She tries to hide behind the premise of the Arizona Medical Board, but will be surprised very soon when they will not protect her...
Complaint comments Comments Complaint country United States, Arizona, Scottsdale Complaint category Medical Negligence and Deficiency

Arizona Medical Board - Negligence

Posted:    Martin
Complaint Rating:  75 % with 4 votes
On February 10, 2010, the Arizona Medical Board (AMB) heard two cases against a particular doctor. AMB, per procedure, secured an outside medical consultant (OMC) to review the case and give recommendation.

The OMC determined that the doctor deviated from the standard of care. The doctor defending himself claimed the OMC was biased because it was a local physician. So, the AMB took the time to get a second OMC to review the material.

The second OMC, just like the first, indicated the doctor deviated from the standard of care, and recommended a letter of reprimand (discpline)...
Complaint comments Comments Complaint country United States Complaint category Products & Services

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