Still Another Indian Doctor Couple Caught Robbing U.S. Insurance Payers

A Washington DC federal jury has found a husband-wife doctor team guilty in a massive medical fraud scheme.

Emigrate to the U.S. & rob the foolish American's blind. Why not?

Emigrate to the U.S. & rob the foolish American’s blind. Why not?

Doctor Paramjit Singh Ajrawat, age 60, and his wife, Doctor Sukhveen Kaur Ajrawat, age 57, owned and operated a business called the Washington Pain Management Center in the city of Greenbelt, Maryland.

Looks like a legitimate clinic, doesn't it?

Looks like a legitimate clinic, doesn’t it?

They were arrested on numerous charges involving an ongoing scam to defraud federal insurance providers, including Medicaid, TriCare and Medicare. They were arrested in June, 2014 on felony warrants.

Dr Sukhveen K Ajrawat

Dr Sukhveen K Ajrawat

Federal prosecutors were able to prove that the Ajrawats stole at least $2,500,000. They were convicted of the theft, as well as Obstruction of Justice, Identity Theft and Wire Fraud.

According to Healthgrades.com Paramjit is a licensed physician in Maryland as a pain management specialist. Mrs. Paramjit is a licensed psychiatrist.

According to the court records the criminal husband-wife team billed insurance providers for thousands of procedures that never happened. In many other cases, they overstated what the treatments really were. They routinely falsified medical records to show more expensive procedures had been done.

Dr Paramjit S Ajrawat

Dr Paramjit S Ajrawat

The Ajrawats could be sentenced to 10 years in federal prison when they return to court in February.

Here is another look at the case:

https://www.fbi.gov/baltimore/press-releases/2014/doctors-indicted-in-health-care-fraud-scheme

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Our Observations:

Paramjit Singh Ajrawat attended Guru Nanak Dev University in Amritsar, Punjab India and graduated in 1978. His wife attended All-India Institute Of Medical Sciences, and graduated in 1981. This pair are the pluperfect example of Third World Assassins. They come to this country because they already know how unbelievably simple it is to fleece U.S. healthcare. And had they not gotten so greedy, they likely would never have been caught.

Will they spend any time at all in prison? Very little. Will they be deported? Not on your life. The United States government does not like to deport criminal doctors.

Instead, medical authorities are allowed to relicense them in another state, and then do all in their power to keep their new patients from ever learning of their criminal past.

Which is at least part of the reason Third World Assassins keep flooding across our borders.

It ain’t exactly rocket science to figure out, is it?

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5 thoughts on “Still Another Indian Doctor Couple Caught Robbing U.S. Insurance Payers

  1. Ron Slade Sr. says:

    If this doesn’t outrage you nothing will. I’v seen this before, and it is a statement on the incredible ignorance of the American people and the total ineptitude of its government.

  2. Simmie says:

    “maybe they’ve been framed or this is a misunderstanding? I know them and they are very nice people…this is all set-up and whoever is trying to frame them, i hope you get caught”

  3. Dharam S. dhindsa says:

    As far I know they were very nice people who took care of other people

    • Yeah, they were terrific people.

      Right up to the time they decided it was okay to steal from the very country that gave them the opportunity to come here. I suspect there is a special place in hell for those who steal from healthcare insurance providers.

      But that’s just us.

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