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“I Don’t Know; I Really Don’t.” (Part III)


Continuation to https://annecwoodlen.wordpress.com/2014/08/05/i-dont-know-i-really-dont-part-ii/ Around this time—“this time” being near the beginning of June—Long Term Care’s nurse supervisor, Marge Owens, named the licensed home health care agencies with whom the county contracts: All Metro Health Care, Home Aides of CNY, Interim … Continue reading

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The Venomous Dr. Lockwood (Part II)


Third, I do not have hypothyroidism.  Previously, in Crouse Hospital, endocrinologist Dr. Mickey Lebowitz did one thyroid test that was low and so he recommended that it be repeated.  Dr. Lockwood, in his note, ordered that it be repeated; in … Continue reading

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Annie’s Testimony (Part III)


The third floor [at the Iroquois] is palliative care.  The patients are speechless, barely conscious and in wheelchairs.  And Lockwood is not the attending physician there.  I would have no one with whom to talk, but Lockwood would have gotten … Continue reading

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The IPRO Appeal (Part II)


Greer’s communication with Steve was such that Steve said to her, “You’re trying to get rid of Anne, aren’t you?”  Then the call was interrupted by another call.  (I later was told Greer was talking to Lockwood.)  Steve says that when Greer … Continue reading

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Being Followed


Kathy Hart, director of Medicaid for Onondaga County, retaliated.  A few weeks after she read my email, I was followed.  I went to a doctor’s appointment.  When I came out and got into Thomas’ van for the return trip home, … Continue reading

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Zachary Karmen, DSS Chief Welfare Attorney (Retired) (Part III)


I am still being subjected to retaliation and retribution by the county, and I’m tired of it.  OMIG says they can’t do anything about it, so I start talking to legislators.  Sam Laguzza says he will have a hearing—or at least a … Continue reading

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Under Cover of Darkness: Retaliation and Retribution in Onondaga County Government (Part IV)


If vendors complained about the way the Medicaid dispatch service was being run, they’d be threatened with losing their contract.  Retaliation was the name of the game.  If you did not work with Kathy Hart and Wayne Freeman, then you … Continue reading

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