Posted by Venky from IP 220.127.116.11 on February 10, 2010 at 09:25:15:
In Reply to: Re: Robert must be joking posted by Robert on February 10, 2010 at 07:50:09:
What a Joke?
Do you really think they care? If you tell them that I
am going to sue you for unfair treatment?
Do you have any experience in this kind of matters?
Lets say for the discussion purpose
You emailed your PD and every one in Hospital that you
are going to sue them.
Do you think they even respond to your email?
They are well trained by lawyers not to respond to
something stupid like this.
Even your lawyer will ask you for the proof. What will
you say oh i had the conversation at PD's office and
there is no proof.....
Come on be realistic...
I know what you are thinking then how come there are so
many lawsuits out there against hospitals and
Well they all have solid proof of that they are
In Nisha's or in any Resident's case there are so many
ways a Program can terminated you. Termination is not a
big deal but if they put you on probation? This will
haunt you like your shadows where ever you go to work
in U.S. Is this what you want?
If you get a first warning that is ok as long as you
correct your problem and show some improvement.
second warning this is close to the writting on the
No PD out there wants to loose a resident. Trust me to
fill that vacant spot they have to do a lot of
explaining.. to the chief and the rest.
You only complain of attending 10 intv for residency.
But the programs are intv close 20 candidates per slot
and they are getting about close to 100 applications
per slot. and on top of that the attending and PD has
to do their rotations and calls. Now if you are PD or
Associate PD or the facaulty would you like to do that?
I wouldn't for sure.
So stop thinking to threaten and start thinking on you
can solve the problem.
Even after your residency and want to work as a PCP or
Hospitalist they want to talk to your PD. I just been
through this 2 weeks ago.
Good Luck in the court.
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