Doctor accused of fondling another woman

"He began to enter my shirt, removed my breasts from my bra and began to fondle them," says one victim. Full Story
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Sharon

Tampa, FL

#1 Oct 26, 2007
Wow..Why is this man still practicing?I see a doctor for neck injury and he's never done anything inappropiately like that...Just glad I make the drive Largo to see him and he never has a assistant in the room with us..But I guess if you're in Pasco county,you can get away with anything..Wish that poor woman,had jumped off that table as soon as he had lifted her shirt or gown..Kinda reminds me of Dr.Callahan years ago and something needs to be done...
Larry

Tampa, FL

#2 Oct 26, 2007
How come the simple, obvious answer never seems to materialize. If these allegations are true then why don't these women file the complaints with the Florida Board of Medicine and let's get this thing straightened out. I suppose if Dr. Dhaliwal would write a big enough check to each of these ladies that all this would just go away.

Come on ladies. Do it right. File the complaints with the board and then, if the guy is guilty (and only then), you can say and feel that you've helped society. At that point you can go for the cash.

I'll be waiting to see what happens.
Sandy Spring Hill

United States

#3 Oct 26, 2007
I've been a patient of Dr. Dhaliwal's adn the only time that a nurse is in the office when he is with me is when he's doing a female exam. The nurse that said that he's never in with a female patient without a nurse present is not telling the truth at all. I've seen him at least 2 to 3 times a year for the last 7 years and that's never been the case. Needless to say he's not my doctor any longer.
Jim

Clearwater, FL

#4 Oct 26, 2007
Sandy Spring Hill wrote:
I've been a patient of Dr. Dhaliwal's adn the only time that a nurse is in the office when he is with me is when he's doing a female exam. The nurse that said that he's never in with a female patient without a nurse present is not telling the truth at all. I've seen him at least 2 to 3 times a year for the last 7 years and that's never been the case. Needless to say he's not my doctor any longer.
So are you filing a police report also ........ or did he just not find you attractive enough?
Jennifer

Saint Petersburg, FL

#5 Oct 26, 2007
Hmm, if you think this is all this Dr. is guilty of, please think twice. His business ethics are just as questionable. I just think its' sad that this has been allowed to go on as long as it has. My mother worked for Dr. Dhaliwal, let's just say please be careful when choosing your Dr.
Jennifer

Saint Petersburg, FL

#6 Oct 26, 2007
Jim wrote:
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So are you filing a police report also ........ or did he just not find you attractive enough?
That's about as appropriate as what this guy is doing.
Jim

Clearwater, FL

#7 Oct 26, 2007
Jennifer wrote:
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That's about as appropriate as what this guy is doing.
Umm no it wasn't meant that way. You just made it that way with your comment.
Russell

Córdoba, Spain

#8 Oct 27, 2007
With a name like Dhaliwai, where is this Dr. From. India, Kenya, Chad etc. Women need to see a US Doctor.
AEP

Tampa, FL

#9 Oct 28, 2007
Here are just two of many US doctors named Dhaliwal

1. Dr. Simmi P. Dhaliwal, MD
Dr. Dhaliwal practices Obstetrics & Gynecology in Pomona, California. Dr. Simmi Dhaliwal graduated from the David Geffen School of Medicine, UCLA with a MD and has been in the profession for 11 years.

2. Deepinder K. Dhaliwal, MD
University of Pittsburgh Physicians
UPMC Eye Center
Specialty:

Ophthalmology

Sub Specialty:
Refractive Surgery
Cornea and External Diseases

Board Certifications:
Ophthalmology

Education:
Medical School: Northwestern University Medical School, Chicago, IL

Residency:
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center

Fellowships:
J. Charles Casebeer, Scottsdale, Az.
University of Utah, Salt Lake City UT

Deepinder K. Dhaliwal, M.D., is chief of refractive surgery and assistant professor in the department of ophthalmology at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and director of the Laser/Vision Center at UPMC Eye & Ear Institute.

After receiving both her undergraduate and medical degrees from Northwestern University, Dr. Dhaliwal completed her residency training in ophthalmology at the University of Pittsburgh where she was selected to be chief resident in her final year.

Following her residency at Pitt, Dr. Dhaliwal received subspecialty training in cornea, external disease, and anterior segment surgery at the University of Utah and in refractive surgery under Dr. J. Charles Casebeer. In addition to her duties at Pitt she is the medical director of the Casebeer Education Foundation.

Her special interests include refractive surgery, cataract surgery, and corneal transplantation. Dr. Dhaliwal is actively involved in teaching and speaking about refractive surgery national and internationally. She also is active in clinical research, having published numerous journal articles, review articles and abstracts, edited book chapters and presented at scientific meetings.

Dr. Dhaliwal is a member of the American Academy of Ophthalmology, Pennsylvania Academy of Ophthalmology, International Society of Refractive Surgery, American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery and the Castroviejo Cornea Society.
John

United States

#10 Oct 29, 2007
Jim wrote:
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Umm no it wasn't meant that way. You just made it that way with your comment.
No, sir you made it that way with your comment. I take it you condone Dr Dhaliwal's actions. Would you like you wife or daughter to be alone in a room with this clown.
Susan

Tampa, FL

#11 Oct 31, 2007
Guys I read all the comments and heard the news also But I don't think so that girl looked like a victim if you see the news she is smiling while telling what happened to her and I looked at Dr Dhaliwals practice,He is a busy Doctor and has been in practice for last 15 yrs and none of the female patients have ever filed any complaint in past. and the last thing is they have just accused Dr but he is not proven guilty in the court and as per today's news paper news even police said there was no evidence in the case and they closed the cases so i think we should not judge him with what media says, We should wait for the law to decide if he is guilty.we are listening to one side of story and making our decisions that he is guilty, But practically no body could find a evidence.So how comw it is proved that he is guilty??????????
Maria

Tampa, FL

#12 Oct 31, 2007
I think susan is right,Even one of my friends used to work for Dr Dhaliwal and she said that he is not that kind of Doctor.All accusations are false.Even Sansy also said she was his patient(in the comments above)and he never did anything wrong to her.So we should not call names for the Dr and accuse him but open our eyes and visualise the situation.Why would a Doctor do that to the patient that also after his news is telecasted once, It is really hard to do that.Lets see both the sides of coins not just one and start accusing the guy, If he is innocent then it is not good to accuse him
Nancy

Tampa, FL

#13 Oct 31, 2007
I watched all the three news against doctor and I am wondering only one thing that how comw all the Ladies realised after wards that he was doing something wrong.I dont think so it takes time to under stand that a man is touching you inappropiately and these women it took them time to realise that something was wrong WOW.So they were sitting there and getting their Breasts fondled and did not say anything at that time or jump out of examination room.Last patient she came when office was working why she did not jump out of the room, yelled or made a big scene there.Oh because she wanted to make a story out of nothing thats why and come on the media and we people are trusting those kinda of girls
nurse

Seffner, FL

#14 Oct 31, 2007
oh doctor give it 2 me real good, dont cheat on me with the patients
Stacy

Saint Petersburg, FL

#15 Nov 1, 2007
I think all the girls are trying to make money,Any body can say that Dr did to me also but they are forgetting that while investigation they will be the ones to answer all the questions and how far these girls can go with the fake stories.After all this even now Dr is doing the practice and patients are coming to him,So it is sure that 2-3 people can't harm somebody as 1000s of people still trust the doctor and his character.And have full faith in him thats why they continue to see the Doctor and these stupid things doesnot bother them.That in a way patients are supporting the Dr and telling him whatever happens we are with you.
Stacy

Saint Petersburg, FL

#16 Nov 1, 2007
I think all the girls are making up the stories just to get money.People are still going to the Doctor and seeing him, what does that mean ??????????People still trust the Doctor and in a way they are telling the Doctor that these stupid things cant takeover the trust that they have for last so many years. I will wait for the court to decide if he is guilty till then we don't know who is innocent and who is culprit.So people wake up and dont just see what media says use your common sense also and see both sides of situation.
Russell

Logroño, Spain

#17 Nov 3, 2007
AEP wrote:
Here are just two of many US doctors named Dhaliwal
1. Dr. Simmi P. Dhaliwal, MD
Dr. Dhaliwal practices Obstetrics & Gynecology in Pomona, California. Dr. Simmi Dhaliwal graduated from the David Geffen School of Medicine, UCLA with a MD and has been in the profession for 11 years.
2. Deepinder K. Dhaliwal, MD
University of Pittsburgh Physicians
UPMC Eye Center
Specialty:
Ophthalmology
Sub Specialty:
Refractive Surgery
Cornea and External Diseases
Board Certifications:
Ophthalmology
Education:
Medical School: Northwestern University Medical School, Chicago, IL
Residency:
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
Fellowships:
J. Charles Casebeer, Scottsdale, Az.
University of Utah, Salt Lake City UT
Deepinder K. Dhaliwal, M.D., is chief of refractive surgery and assistant professor in the department of ophthalmology at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and director of the Laser/Vision Center at UPMC Eye & Ear Institute.
After receiving both her undergraduate and medical degrees from Northwestern University, Dr. Dhaliwal completed her residency training in ophthalmology at the University of Pittsburgh where she was selected to be chief resident in her final year.
Following her residency at Pitt, Dr. Dhaliwal received subspecialty training in cornea, external disease, and anterior segment surgery at the University of Utah and in refractive surgery under Dr. J. Charles Casebeer. In addition to her duties at Pitt she is the medical director of the Casebeer Education Foundation.
Her special interests include refractive surgery, cataract surgery, and corneal transplantation. Dr. Dhaliwal is actively involved in teaching and speaking about refractive surgery national and internationally. She also is active in clinical research, having published numerous journal articles, review articles and abstracts, edited book chapters and presented at scientific meetings.
Dr. Dhaliwal is a member of the American Academy of Ophthalmology, Pennsylvania Academy of Ophthalmology, International Society of Refractive Surgery, American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery and the Castroviejo Cornea Society.
You did not answer my question. They may have studied in the US but what is their ethnic background country of birth???
Jim

Clearwater, FL

#18 Nov 4, 2007
John wrote:
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No, sir you made it that way with your comment. I take it you condone Dr Dhaliwal's actions. Would you like you wife or daughter to be alone in a room with this clown.
Condone what actions? Sounds like you have him guilty before he gets a trial. Would your wife or daughter like that happening to you?
Brenda

Riverview, FL

#19 Nov 5, 2007
I have worked for Dr Dhaliwal for the last 6 years,and never have I seen him be inappropiate to any employee or patient.
AEP

Tampa, FL

#20 Nov 5, 2007
Russell wrote:
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You did not answer my question. They may have studied in the US but what is their ethnic background country of birth???
BIGOT!

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