13:55 PT – A spokesman for Indiana University Health said the hospital could not comment on individual patients or care because of privacy laws. He adds: “As an organization committed to equity and reducing racial disparities in health care, we take allegations of discrimination very seriously and investigate all allegations.”
The representative continued: “Treatment options are often agreed and reviewed by medical professionals from different specialties, and we remain committed to both the expertise of our caregivers and the quality of care provided to our patients on a daily basis.”
Dr. Susan Moore is dead of COVID-19 after she claimed she was abused at a hospital in Indiana just because of her skin color.
Dr. Moore, who is black, died Sunday … according to her family.
Dr. Moore, the doctor herself, was diagnosed with COVID-19 as early as Nov. 29 and was hospitalized at North Indiana University Health Carmel Hospital, where she claimed hospital staff begged her for CT and medication.
Dr. Moore posted a video earlier this month claiming doctors at IU Health tried to send her home despite a positive COVID diagnosis … and said she felt like a drug addict because of the hospital staff even though they knew she was a doctor.
When Dr. Moore finally got a CT, she claims the doctors found damage to her lungs … but she says that didn’t stop them from holding up painkillers for hours.
Dr. Moore believed she would have been treated better if she were white. BTW … she didn’t buy the nurse’s story about marching in the Black Lives Matter movement.
She is now dead at 52 years old.
We contacted IU Health. For now, there is no going back.
Originally Posted – 13:09 PT