Why is Duke University Medical holding Dr Raymond Wase out as trained orthopedic surgeon?
Posted Nov 26 2010 5:52pm
Duke University Medical is holding Dr. Raymond Wase out to be a trained orthopedic surgeon. Specifically, Duke University Medical implies that Dr. Raymond Edward Wase completed a surgical residency in orthopedic surgery, http://tiny.cc/3vcrp
Is this another example (as with former Duke University researcher Anil Potti, MD) that Duke University Medical fails to properly check credentials of professional employment applicants? Perhaps Duke University Medical is focusing so desperately on growing in size that they need warm bodies and it doesn't have time to check each applicant's credentials.
If Dr. Raymond Wase has the professional experience and training he claims:
Why didn't he seem to know anything about progression of the bone infection osteomyelitis?
Why on Earth would a trained orthopedic surgeon such as Dr. Raymond Wase think that my pain was "chronic" like fibromyalgia?
Why couldn't Dr Raymond Wase know that I would be in pain with osteomyelitis?
Why didn't he know or even have an impulse to care about an orthopedic patient (such as me) and bandage my wound?
And why is there a gap in Dr. Raymond Wase's brief curriculum vitae presented on Duke University Medical's own web-site?
Dr. Wase claims to be a Fellow in American College of Emergency Medicine.
Remember that we should also be sure to check whether our physicians are "board certified." That will include Dr. Raymond Wase for me. American Board of Medical Specialtieshttp://www.abms.org Older board certifications don't ever have to be renewed. Newer certifications require "re-certification" (or "maintenance of certification").
The reference to Dr. Raymond Wase being trained as an orthopedic surgeon during a residency is repeated throughout the Internet (one of a number of examples includes:)