Does the U.S. Deport Criminal Medical People Who Injure & Kill Citizens? Of Course Not.

Dr Subir Maitra

Dr Subir Maitra

In the Chicago community of Little Village a physician has been found guilty of healthcare fraud involving an elaborate kickback scam with a hospital which has since been closed down.

Doctor Subir Maitra, age 74, was convicted in a scheme at Sacred Heart Hospital on the city’s West Side, which according to investigators, involved numerous criminal acts, including hundreds of unnecessary penile implants, paid for by fraudulent billing of Medicare.

Madman Maitra also pleaded guilty in another case in Indiana, where he would send patients to other clinics across state lines and illegally charge their insurance companies for surgeries that ought never have been performed.

Prosecutors proved that in the Sacred Heart Hospital scam alone, which ended with a dramatic police raid last year, the wayward physician had received more than $225,000 in cash and another $2,000,000 in illegal reimbursements.

In the Indiana case, Maitra routinely pursued Hispanic patients who spoke little or no English, but were covered by private insurance. He would send patients to Hind Hospital and Lakeside Surgery Center for urological procedures which were unnecessary.

Raghuveer Nayak

Raghuveer Nayak

At the time of the alleged fraud, Lakeside Surgery Center was owned by pharmacist Raghuveer Nayak, another Indian-born criminal who was later convicted of secret payoffs.

Here’s more on these two Third World Assassins:

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Our Observations:

No nation on earth generates more foreign-born medical criminals to the U.S. than India.

Daffy Doc Maitra graduated from the University of Calcutta / N.R.S. Medical College in India.

We suspect they are rather ashamed of their criminal alumnus.

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One thought on “Does the U.S. Deport Criminal Medical People Who Injure & Kill Citizens? Of Course Not.

  1. doctorwatchdog says:

    Hello Patrick, Take a look at Dr. Steven Sukho Kim from Cali. He’s in trouble with the board for hitting on a vulnerable patient. I’ve got thousands and thousands of articles and discipline files on doctor who engage in sexual misconduct, which has got to be the largest overlooked scandal in the medical inductry. Best regards and keep up the good work! Charles Weston (Doctor Watchdog)

    Date: Thu, 10 Jul 2014 07:46:05 +0000 To:

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