Tag Archives: St. Joseph’s Hospital

Complaint against Roger Levine, M.D.


I am seeking an attorney to sue Dr. Roger Levine and St. Joseph’s Hospital.  Please forward this blog to anyone you might know.  Anne C Woodlen NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH OFFICE OF PROFESSIONAL MEDICAL CONDUCT                    COMPLAINT FORM Office of … Continue reading

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Greetings, Gentlefolk


“I have spent the past twelve days in St. Joseph’s Hospital on inpatient psychiatry (Unit 3-6) with Dr. Roger Levine attending. I am now going to file complaints with the New York State Dept. of Health, NYS Office of Mental Health, … Continue reading

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Double-Damned by Doctors


Yesterday the specially certified nurse came to do a PRI, which is the official New York State Department of Health’s Patient Review Instrument for just how crapped out you are.  If you score less than 5 then you go into … Continue reading

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Syndrome W


Some time ago, a group psychologist treated me most unjustly.  In a rage of hurt and anger, I asked my individual psychologist, “What can I do?”  He replied, “You can write about it,” and thereby my call was given.  I … Continue reading

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Finding Dr. Tucker


So there it was:  I was living a pointless life.  The bad news was that I had no family or health, and those are the two things that people identify as the most important things in their life.  The good … Continue reading

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Water Doesn’t Flow Up


Anne: You are right, that the problem devolves into a political concern. However, it’s not simply a matter of “hierarchies,” but the way in which the struggle to overcome that polity emerges. Complaining about the abuses of the system is … Continue reading

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What the Post-Standard Didn’t Tell You


What the Post-Standard did tell you yesterday was that– Cuomo in Syracuse on Wednesday to explain his proposal to improve care for New Yorkers with special needs Syracuse — Gov. Andrew Cuomo will be in Syracuse Wednesday to promote his plan to … Continue reading

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