Misconduct By Physicians
Many physicians are never charged with sexual
abuse, but we felt that people need to be aware that number
of male physicians have been accused or charged of sexual misconduct.
There are many good doctors, but we often trust doctors too
much. Of 10,000 physicians surveyed, 1,891 responded and the
result was that fully 9% admitted to some sexual contact with
one or more patients. (Sample included 344 gynecologists.) Check
out the full report. Given the statistical probability that
this kind of issue is known to be vastly underreported, this
fact gives further worry to people who cringe when learning
of these abuses knowing that they do happen. That 9% of doctors
is much higher than the general population of men in all of
society! Check out a good web site about sexual
misconduct by doctors. There are some important
tips you can take to prevent a doctor from committing sexual
misconduct with you.
We have listed some disgusting cases
that you should check out. We cannot guarantee the
accuracy of the information in the below articles. Keep in mind
that it is possible for doctors to be falsely accused even though
most cases in the news are indeed true.
Ben Ramaley, a gynecologist in Greenwich Connecticut substituted
his own sperm for the husband’s during an artificial insemination
Aniruddha Chitale is accused of ejaculating semen on a patient’s
face while she was sedated for a colonoscopy procedure. He was
also accused of doing inappropriate things to other women.
Earl Bradley, a pediatrician in Delaware raped and sexually
abused many children including infants