Three dozen operating room nurses and technicians at Tri-City Medical Center said a board decision last week to reinstate an orthopedic surgeon will create an uneasy working environment that could affect patient care.
Dr. Behrooz Tohidi, an orthopedic surgeon who has practiced in Oceanside for two decades, had his operating privileges at Tri-City temporarily revoked by hospital directors on June 26, 2003, two days after he was accused of gesturing at a technician with a scalpel, according to hospital records.
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Apr 2, '04
I wouldn't feel comfortable working with him and I can't blame the nurses and techs there for not wanting to either. And he definitely needs a psych evaluation. Everyone is talking about the wonderful job that he has done and his wonderful record over the past twenty plus years, but perhaps the stress is getting to him....................
Last edit by suzanne4 on Apr 2, '04