• Report: #962138
Complaint Review:

Governor John Kasich

  • Submitted: Tue, October 30, 2012
  • Updated: Wed, October 31, 2012

  • Reported By: MD — Cleveland Ohio U.S.A.
Governor John Kasich
77 South High Street, 30th Floor Riffe Center Columbus, Ohio United States of America

Governor John Kasich refusing to order review of hundreds of false physician suspensions at the State Medical Board of Ohio, no patient complaints, cases where the Board admitted 'cheating' or relying on false evidence, p Columbus, Ohio

*Consumer Comment: comment

*Consumer Comment: Ken

*Consumer Comment: A better plan, Rita, would be for you to get the medical help....

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Governor Kasich knew that there were probably hundreds of false cases at the State Medical Board of Ohio from before he took office, with no procedural way to dismiss these cases and get the physicians back to work.  He campaigned to fix this.  As soon as the Medical Board admits they cheated, and paid experts to cheat, they stop answering their phones. 

In one situation, cases run-through by Carla O'Day MD in the 1990s, patients are calling the physicians suspended through her testimony and wanting help - from harm she has caused them.  Help that these physicians can't give until their cases are resolved.  

Carla O'Day MD is now the Director of Emergency Services at St. Vincent in Cleveland - she got rid of her competition by having their medical licenses taken for things that aren't reasons to take a medical license.  Physician licenses were taken in the 1990s for looking at someone the wrong way, for disagreeing with admittedly wrong care, for 'making too much of bad care' (reporting it).  Physician licenses were taken without allowing them 'care-to-function' if they had an illness, no fractures casted, no blood work, no cast padding or Physical Therapy.   

Carla O'Day MD put through cases at the Medical Board of physicians who were her competition.  Physicians who had gone to Case Western Reserve Medical School with her, and had no patient complaints.  Patients are now calling suspended physicians, trying to get help about her.  She has had two failed marriages, and accuses everyone of a 'personality disorder' - ruining countless lives.

Governor Kasich needs to get a review panel for the problems at the State Medical Board of Ohio.  Governor Romney never caused physicians with no patient complaints false suspensions based on cheating.  The Medical Board will admit they cheated, and then not answer their phone for 8 years.  The Medical Board has no policy from the Governor to get physicians back to work - to dismiss the stacks of false cases even with no-fault.  

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#1 Consumer Comment


AUTHOR: Jeanski - (USA)

You know Rita, you often complain that the Board does nothing.  However, I decided to search around a bit.  Here's an interesting article from a Toledo newspaper that clearly lists all the disciplinary actions that Board has taken recently :


On the Board's  website they have a link to disciplinary actions. It seems that they are about as transparent as an organization can be.

Let's assume for a moment that the Board decides to reinstate you on a probational basis.  Do you think you are current enough (after 20 years) to practice as a physician?  Would you consent to the psych eval?

OK, I know you won't answer. Just wanted to express an opinion.
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AUTHOR: Stacey - (U.S.A.)

It will never happen - Rita likes to play the perpetual victim.  Mental help is something she refuses and that  is (as you know) the reason her license was yanked.
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A better plan, Rita, would be for you to get the medical help....


you so desperately need,.

Governor Kasich, nor anyone else, can help you unless you do.

YOU are the reason you aren't allowed to practice and endanger patients...YOU and YOU alone.

It's a shame, you should follow the advice you have repeatedly been given.

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