State health Boards regulate the discipline of Doctors, Dentists, Nurses and the like. Not only are these boards mostly comprised of their own kind, but much of the law administered by these boards is well over one-hundred years old. When a medical professional becomes licensed, in any state, that medical professional can do “medically anything he wants to do” until someone files a complaint with that respected board,. Example; Dr. Pancake butchered patients for ten years and no one did a damn thing to stop him. Upon his suicide, the Tennessee State Board promptly dropped all claims and simply closed the case, never asking once how this did happen for such a period.<quoted text>
It is just unbelievable that Dr. Toolsie is allowed to practice in any state not just TN. Word has it he just went to GA after his many acts of violation in the state of TN. Why can't these border states communicate with each other. He is more than likely doing the same thing in Ga.
Some may think this thought to be a bit hokey, but it’s the simple truth. In exchange for our collective trust, the entire medical establishment is based on policing itself. All one needs to do is read any medical oath. Additionally, these hundred-year old laws are based on this fact. Every state has laws which clearly say; if a state licensed medical professional has knowledge of harm being brought to a patient by another licensed individual they must report it. When their respective oaths were given, each one swore to uphold it.
With that said, why are the doctors who treated Pancakes patients, Dr. Shabo’s or any other injured patients not speaking up and honoring their respective oaths, that my friend is the QUESTION!