Well according to some people posting in response to the news articles, she has apparently been doing this for months. And while it was highly unprofessional and poor judgment I don't really think she should lose her job, but it does make me rethink having her as my doctor.
My mother was the one that informed me of the article and she is pushing me to find another doctor. What drew her to the article was the fact that the doctor asked if she could be late to a delivery and she didn't show up to the delivery of my daughter. But my daughter came very quickly, lol. This does, however make it hard for me to trust her.
What the hell?! I definitely don't think she should be fired!!
Quoting He's my Momma's boy:" I don't think she is mocking the stillbirth, I think she just made a very obvious statement that that ... [snip!] ... on their office to the nurses or other docs. And then when they see me they might think neg. things about me like the doc does."
I'm willing to bet that most people who work with regular customers or patients often say more than they should to uninvolved people. It's kind of human nature. I heard way more than I ever should have when I worked at a spa. It's amazing what people will admit to their massage therapists. But small talk between trusted co-workers is different than putting it on facebook, viewable to the public.
Quoting Mama Charli:" I dont wanna chat in this thread, but can I PM you about your job? I don't think she should loose ... [snip!] ... Should she have posted it on facebook about the other person? No..But its nothing to loose a job over"
Its my old job, but sure you can
Nope she's just human. We like to think Dr.s are "better" in some way but they are just like us. I'm sure it wasn't intended for everyone to see. I am friends with a few docs from my old work and they sure as shit vent. I like that she finds a bit of humor in the sucky part of being a doc:)
I don't think it's very professional of her to be posting things like that on her facebook. I would not want her as my doctor.
<blockquote><b>Quoting ~Cullen & Ridley's Mommy~:</b>" If you found out your doctor had posted things about a patient of theirs (not using names) negatively? ... [snip!] ... a woman had. Do you think that she should lose her job for this? If this was your doctor would you still continue to see her?"</blockquote>
Yupp she should lose her job that isn't professional on her part. I would not continue seeing her.
But in another sense she shouldn't be friends with her patients on Facebook. That is getting to personal with your Dr. IMO!
Nothing that violates HIPAA. It's distasteful though
Quoting Mom of Tristan/Rayah +1:" <blockquote><b>Quoting ~Cullen & Ridley's Mommy~:</b>" If you found out your doctor ... [snip!] ... But in another sense she shouldn't be friends with her patients on Facebook. That is getting to personal with your Dr. IMO!"
I'm friends with my OB/GYN on FB. I also am an L&D nurse so I work with her.
Quoting empire state of mind:" I'm friends with my OB/GYN on FB. I also am an L&D nurse so I work with her."
I don't think I could be friends with my OB/GYN in a setting where i'm face to face with someone who has been face to crotch with my vag. lol
<blockquote><b>Quoting empire state of mind:</b>" I'm friends with my OB/GYN on FB. I also am an L&D nurse so I work with her."</blockquote>
IMO that's different as you have a working relationship with her. If you don't have that relationship set up then you need to have some sort of boundaries with patient/dr relationships.
<blockquote><b>Quoting Nathaniel'sMom:</b>" Mocking a still birth is 100% unacceptable."</blockquote>
Oh she didn't "mock" a stillbirth. Simply adding urgency to the post and justification for her obvious irritation with the situation.
I don't think she should lose her job but I wouldn't want her as my OB.
I'm pretty close to my midwife and my family doctor so I trust them, I wouldn't be able to trust someone like her. In turn, I wouldn't want to put my life and my child's life in the hands of someone I couldn't trust.
She didn't break any rules as she didn't identify the patient, unless HIPPA regulations differ state by state?
Regardless, I don't understand why the f**k it matters in the first place? I think the real a*****e here is whoever thought it was a good idea to screenshot her FB and send it to the news. What a d**k!