I've been keeping an eye on willow Creek online and have been shocked by what I've been seeing. I can't go into it all here, but just Google "Willow Creek Las Vegas" and you'll see what I've seen. Just incredible. And to think that someone would entrust the care of their elderly loved ones to this facility!
Here's something else I found out to add to the stuff that's already out there. There's a doctor at Willow Creek -- a gerontologist named Upinder Singh. A gerontologist is someone who studies and takes care of the elderly. Makes sense, being that Willow Creek at San Martin is an assisted living facility. However, I've found out that this Dr. Upinder Singh is dispensing powerful pain medication -- narcotics -- for Willow Creek's Donald Herman, who is the principal owner and Managing Member there.
Donald Herman is being treated by an orthopedic surgeon for h is back, yet he's using Willow Creek's gerontologist to get Dilaudid and Lortabs. Dilaudid is a form of hydromorphone -- a drug that is a derivative of morphine -- an opiate. It's powerful stuff. Lortabs are a combination of acetaminophen and hydrocodone, which is also an opiate. Both are classified as narcotics. Both can be highly addictive.
It's not uncommon for people using these kinds of drugs to become addicted to them and abuse them. And we already know that Donald Herman was locked up in a mental institution under Nevada's L2K provision, which allows someone to be held if it is deemed that they could harm themselves or others. That came after a family member and a high-ranking employee at Willow Creek found Donald Herman passed out at his home. Too much is adding up here.
Also, Donald Herman's sister, Dawn (who also goes by Deedee), may be involved as well and may be the one getting the prescriptions from Dr. Singh for her brother. Singh also is a professor at Touro University in Nevada.
Pop star Michael Jackson had Dr. Conrad Murray, and we saw how that turned out. Looks like Willow Creek's Donald Herman has Dr. Upinder Singh. How will that turn out? Do you really want your family members around that kind of activity?