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Matthew H. Gorman

Man Disabled After Botched Ligament Reconstruction, Suit Claims 3-1-2019 13:20:00 SEATTLE (CN) – A Kaiser surgeon bungled an elbow ligament repair, and left the patient with permanent disability, according to a lawsuit filed in King County Superior Court. Matthew H. Gorman sued Kaiser Foundation Health Plan of Washington, formerly known as Group Health Cooperative, Matthew […]

Zuchelle Blouin

Surprise Trip Over Stirrup Broke Expecting Mom’s Knee, She Says 11-7-2019 23:23:00 MANASSAS, Va. (CN) – Kaiser did not insure its exam room was free of trip hazards, and a pregnant patient fell and broke her knee, an action filed in Prince William County Circuit Court claims.Zuchelle Blouin sued Kaiser Foundation Health Plan of the […]

Ebony Howard

“This is for the long-term health of her knee,” Dr. Friedman said. “You can damage the cartilage of the knee if you don’t repair a torn ligament, and that’s more important in the long term. I know a lot of the doctors at Kaiser. They are quality doctors, quality guys, but it’s the system that gets them.
“It seems like this case just slipped through the cracks.”
I went to the doctor’s office at Kaiser Permanente in Panorama City, where Ebony and her aunt, Sheila Lair-Williams, had tried to arrange the surgery. Officials there had no comment and said they couldn’t release her medical information.

Warren L. Anderson, MD

DOCTOR FILES SUIT FOR $27 MILLION AGAINST KAISER Oregonian, The (Portland, OR) – Tuesday, May 5, 1998 Author: DAVID R. ANDERSON of the Oregonian Staff Summary: Dr. Warren L. Anderson’s action claims he was left a partial quadraplegic following surgery A Kaiser Sunnyside doctor — the former head of its neurology department — filed a […]

Tyler Lusk

The Tyler Lusk Story    Note:  Brackets are created by the author of this article for purposes of clarification. References are at the end of this article. “In 2013 Tyler Lusk was ejected through the rear passenger window of a vehicle, flew 50’ + and struck a light pole at freeway speed and recovered from […]

Ryan Royer

http://articles.latimes.com/2004/may/28/local/me-parsons28 Parents Overcome the Odds — Twice Dana Parsons May 28, 2004 The odds of Chris and Rod Royer’s 12-year-old son getting the debilitating hip ailment known as Perthes disease were 1 in 5,000. But he did, and Chris knew things were bad in December 2001 when Ryan approached her as she sat in the […]

Warren L. Anderson, Kaiser MD

DOCTOR FILES SUIT FOR $27 MILLION AGAINST KAISER Oregonian, The (Portland, OR) – Tuesday, May 5, 1998 Author: DAVID R. ANDERSON of the Oregonian Staff Summary: Dr. Warren L. Anderson’s action claims he was left a partial quadraplegic following surgery A Kaiser Sunnyside doctor — the former head of its neurology department — filed a […]