St. Joseph Medical Center
Breaking his silence. A Towson doctor at the center of a massive malpractice investigation opens up to the Baltimore Sun.
He’s accused of performing unnecessary surgical procedures on hundreds of his patients. Now many of those patients are celebrating news that the state yanked Dr. Marc Midei’s medical license.
The doctor at the center of a major medical scandal can no longer practice medicine in Maryland.
A doctor accused of performing hundreds of unnecessary heart operations fights to keep his medical license.
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There was another critical debate in Annapolis Wednesday. This one focused on protecting hearts in Maryland after many learned they were offered a stent procedure they did not need. Lawmakers are working to better regulate the surgery.
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There is a report raising serious questions about Dr. Mark Midei’s relationship with the company that makes the stents he’s accused of putting in patients unnecessarily.
On Thursday, 50 people treated at St. Joseph Medical Center filed new lawsuits sparked by a federal investigation that found they may have undergone unnecessary heart surgeries.
Hundreds of heart patients undergo risky surgeries that may have been unnecessary. Now state lawmakers could take action, hoping to stop what some call a rush to the operating room.
A state commission report shows a drop in the number of stent procedures performed in Maryland hospitals in the wake of an investigation involving a perceived over-abundance of those procedures performed at St. Joseph Medical Center.
There’s new fallout from a multi-million dollar settlement between the federal government and St. Joseph Medical Center over kickbacks and unnecessary procedures. The feds may not be done investigating the scandal.