- Report: #1090371
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Complaint Review: Royal Oak Beaumont
Royal Oak BeaumontRoyal Oak , Michigan USA
Royal Oak Beaumont Lisa Markowicz/ Lisa M Huddleston Beaumont finally terminates employee Royal Oak Michigan
*Consumer Comment: Kirk Huddleston Strikes Again, but not for long!
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Royal Oak Beaumont finally terminates the employment of Lisa Markowicz aka Lisa M Huddleston for violating patient confidentiality and HIPPA laws as far back as 1997 pertaining to the Detroit Red Wings limousine accident involving a player and the team massage therapist. At that time, said employee was written up and put on temporary probation. Finally, as of September of 2013, individual has been terminated. Sources refuse to confirm so as to avoid any and all possible lawsuits.
The purpose of this is to warn any and all individuals of of possible misconduct by this institution of this individual. Markowicz/Huddleston currentry seeks employment in the health care industry as they maintain a propensity and comfortabiloty with this particular field.
It is important for potential employers to know that this individual uses their access to this information to blackmail individuals or attain popularity with local media channels. But credit does extend to RO Beaumont for finally taking appropriate action.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 10/08/2013 10:33 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Royal-Oak-Beaumont/Royal-Oak-Michigan-48072/Royal-Oak-Beaumont-Lisa-Markowicz-Lisa-M-Huddleston-Beaumont-finally-terminates-employee-1090371. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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