Army removes 2 doctors from Madigan
Two doctors on a Madigan Army Medical Center team have been temporarily removed from clinical duties as the Army reviews the team’s handling of post-traumatic stress disorder diagnoses of more than a dozen soldiers.
U.S. Senator Patty Murray told the newspaper that one of the doctors, William Keppler, allegedly made inappropriate remarks about patients and the financial costs of disability benefits. The other doctor was not named by Murray, who chairs the Senate Committee on Veterans Affairs.
How unfortunate that these doctors have had long careers with Madigan before this most recent step has revealed their inadequacies. Our law firm has specific expertise in the area of Federal Tort Claim Act cases and can help you find justice if you have suffered from Madigan’s or these doctor’s treatment. We are very interested in the stories of the 14 soldiers who started their medical re-evaluations on Tuesday.
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