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Sheriff: Office manager performed medical procedure

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  • In The Know posted at 6:19 pm on Sat, Jun 29, 2013.

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    Yes, I am sure he is an excellent surgeon and all, but who told the sister to put the drain in? She did contact him about the patient. If he was so worried about the patient why didn't he arrange for another physician to see the patient instead of instructing his sister to put a drain in. Just because he was "OUT OF TOWN" does not mean he was not "STILL RESPOSIBLE FOR THE PATIENT".

  • Tersart posted at 7:32 pm on Fri, Apr 26, 2013.

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    About 4-5 years ago. My husband and I researched surgeon's for our daughter's surgery. Dr. Sessa was the surgeon we selected. "Excellent surgeon". We can't say enough about this doctor... "we would highly recommend him". I'm sure he was not aware .. since he was "OUT OF TOWN". So please do not "judge him" for his sister's "mistakes". He did nothing wrong! But... his sister was absolutely wrong ... and was NOT qualified to preform any type of procedure! Just remember... Dr. Sessa's an excellent surgeon!!!!