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Report: #1489539

Complaint Review: St. Elizabeth Medical Center, Brighton Massachusetts - Brighton Massachusetts

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  • St. Elizabeth Medical Center, Brighton Massachusetts 736 Cambridge Street Brighton, Massachusetts United States

St. Elizabeth Medical Center, Brighton Massachusetts Dr. Chaya Bhuvaneswaren Dr. Chitra Malur Dr. Matthew Rhee Involuntary commitment for asking to speak with someone in charge to register a complaint concerning substandard care in the emergency department when I presented for inability to ambulate. Brighton Massachusetts

*Author of original report: No, stating (not admitting) that I am pro se, does not "add to [my] insanity;" It shows that I am honest.

*Author of original report: This deserves no response. Just look at the last 2 words in your post.

*Consumer Comment: I concur

*Consumer Comment: I Can See Why You Were Involuntarily Committed

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Dr. This year, I filed suit in Suffolk Superior Court against Dr. Chaya bhuvaneswaren, Dr, Chitra Malur, and Dr, Matthew Rhee (psychiatrists), for medical malpractice, psychiatric malfeasance, and other civil rights violations. (2019).  The fourteen-claim civil action accuses Malur and Bhuvaneswaren of conspiring in a scheme to suck health insurance dollars, using the Emergency Department of the hospital as a hunting ground to kidnap and hold hostage unsuspecting patients to fill beds in St. Elizabeth's 64-bed psychiatric units. 

Those three have been named as defendants along with several of St. Elizabeth Hospital's emergency room physicians, including Dr. David E. Ricklan and Chander Suneer, also the Chief of Emergency medicine, Dr. Mark Pearlmutter, St. Elizabeth Medical Center, and Steward Health Care.

Malur is the Chief of St. Elizabeth Psychiatry Department, and Bhuvaneswaren is the Director of Pscyhiatry. These two women are charlatans who use a team of mental health sadists in the emergency department to prey on selected targets by abusing the State mental health law (M.G.L.c. 123. S. 12), which is designed to allow only for the involutary commitment of individuals at risk of "posing serious harm to self or others," the Massachusetts Dangerous Person statute, which can be found in one form or another in almost all 50 states.





Rather than applying the letter and the spirit of the law, those scammers have decided to carve out reckless and malicious loopholes in order to use the law as a piggy bank to defraud Medicare and Medicaid, abuse patients, and violate individual rights, up to physical assault and torture.

This case is in discovery, and I am looking for experts in psychiatry, anti-psychiatry, orthopedics (which is what I originally went to the ED for), as well as discrimination in health care. I am pro se, and would also like to be represented by an attorney, if possible.

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#4 Author of original report

No, stating (not admitting) that I am pro se, does not "add to [my] insanity;" It shows that I am honest.

AUTHOR: Marie - (United States)

POSTED: Friday, December 27, 2019

First of all, I actually do not need a lawyer. I did indicate that I could use an attorney (my mistake), and not that I needed one. I did not file my case pro se because I could not find a lawyer. In fact, I did not look for a lawyer. I filed proper because this case is personal to me, and therefore I want to prosecute it myself.

Secondly, declaring that I am going to lose on summary judgment without knowing the facts of the case denotes ignorance, not only of the law but plain and raw ignorance.  I can tell by your "5150" citation that you are in California. When was the last time you looked around and decided that something needed to be changed, if not for yourself but for the good of others? I would be interested in your answer.

Why is it that people like yourself are always so quick to jump down the throats of anyone who takes a stand against the status quo, rather than doing anything to change the injustice system for the most vulnerable and those who will come after us?

The fact that I was dragged into this malevolent system of psychiatry, either by accident or malice, opened my eyes to what people with real psychiatric conditions are being made to endure at times when they must be at their most vulnerable. I feel terrible that I was not aware of these depraved practices earlier. And now that those defendant-doctors made the mistake of bringing me into their Dark Ages cultish fetishes, I am all in and determined to provoke changes in more ways than one.

Finally, you could not be more wrong. Those who came up with the phrase that somehow anyone who represents himself or herself in court has a fool for a lawyer, are the same people who have contributed to, and continue to maintain our broken justice system. In general, they are lawyers who have a stake in discouging people from seeking justice without paying them, and judges who are not interested in administering justice without removing the blindfold from the eyes of Lady Justice.

In any event, lawyers lose cases at the same rate as pro se litigants. Just review case law, and you will soon realize how often lawyers get their clients' cases dismissed on Rule 12 motions, and lose case at the summary judgment stage.

I will be fine. Thank you very much.

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This deserves no response. Just look at the last 2 words in your post.

AUTHOR: Marie - (United States)

POSTED: Friday, December 27, 2019

I know the difference between a kidnapping and involuntary commitment for dangerousness purposes. Your post just goes to show why this type of state-sponsored medical terrorism scheme has resulted in the zombification millions of people, either through fear or the administration and merchandizing of dangerous psychotropic drugs, leaving two Americans walking in one metaphorical pair of shoes.

Obviously, you just so happened to be one of those people who have swallowed the broken systems with their false offerings hook, line, and skinker.

In any event, by posting this here, I counted on people with basic common sense to understand that I could not write up a multi-page complaint explaining the details of "how I ended up being held hostage in the psychiatric ward of that hospital." It is all spelled out in the civil complaint.

What I know for sure is that my parents flew me here to the U.S. decades ago to protect me against political kidnaping of journalists and academics by a treacherous political regime, as I was young and belonged to both classes at the time. Therefore, I know a police state and abuse of power and authority when I see it. I am also well aware of the abusive and sorted history, as well as the greedy and fraudulent ways of psychiatry today.

I will stand up for those rights that you seem more than willing to forfeit. And meanwhile, I will continue to live free or die.

You seem to have indicated that you have taken part in abusing people within the constructs of the same perverse and corrosive system I complained about. Maybe it will catch up with you, too.

How about you ask those defedendant-doctors how they feel now.

Good Luck!

 

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#2 Consumer Comment

I concur

AUTHOR: Stacey - (United States)

POSTED: Thursday, December 26, 2019

Your report is all over the place so what is the reason you involuntary committed to the psych ward?? Are you are danger to yourself or others? What does "fleecing Medicare and Medicaid for money" have to do with this?

Good luck with your case because you will lose and no Attorney is going to take this case because you admitted you were committed to a psych inpatient - you were not "kidnapped". I have had to ask the courts (small part of my job) to commit people who pose a risk to themselves or society to psych institutes because of many reasons.

SO once again what is the reason you were in the psych ward to begin with? You FAILED to mention that - just ranting about people wanting money and FYI Medicaid is paid for by TAX Payers no you. 

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#1 Consumer Comment

I Can See Why You Were Involuntarily Committed

AUTHOR: Jim - (United States)

POSTED: Thursday, December 26, 2019

I am pro se, and would also like to be represented by an attorney, if possible.  You waited all the way to the end of your narrative to indicate why you were involuntarily committed.  No attorney will take on a case like this because there is no possibility of success in the case.

Admitting you are pro se, just adds to your insanity.  If you represent yourself in court, then you have an idiot for a client.  You also will not find doctors who would be willing to testify against another doctor in such a case either for a myriad of reasons, especially in a case like this, which is why there is really no chance of success.

Committing a personal involuntarily as a 5150 is a judgment call a doctor makes when someone may be at risk of posing serious harm to self and others.  That judgment call is not going to be questioned by an individual (read: a Psychiatrist) who was not present at the time the person was committed.  If you were 5150'd by a doctor, then it was for a pretty good reason.

At the end of the day, the hospital will file for summary judgment to have the case tossed, and the court will grant it.

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