Tuesday, January 29, 2013

OSF Blinks Regarding Rescue 33

Thursday, January 24, 2013

Peoria's Medical Mafia Alive and Healthy

Tuesday, January 15, 2013


It is just never a good idea if someone is going to "discern" whether you will receive medical care or not.

George Hevesy Resigns at OSF

George Hevesy, MD resigned last month (December, 2012) as Medical Director of the Emergency Department at OSF.  George is still employed at OSF as an attending physician in the Emergency Room.

He still works for OSF and collects his paycheck.

See this post from November, 2011.

Call OSF (309-655-2000) and ask for the OSF-SFMC spokesperson. Call OSF and ask for the Human Resource Department.

Call OSF to find out why George resigned as Medical Director of the Emergency Department.

I doubt you will get too far, but give it a try. (OSF records some phone calls so be careful.)

Call OSF and ask why George resigned.


Addendum: In the past George was Chairman of the State of Illinois Disciplinary Review Board and also Illinois Region 2 EMS Medical Director for the Illinois Department of Public Health.

Sunday, January 13, 2013

It Doesn't Make Much Difference

It doesn't make much difference if you are poor and uneducated in Peoria or Port-au-Prince. You don't have much of a chance.

If you, or your equally poor neighbor, or the local mafia, or the "good guy" at your community center, doesn't throw up barriers, someone else will.

And for the rest of us silence and keeping one's head buried in the sand is golden.

Wednesday, January 9, 2013

More EMS Fun in Peoria

More EMS fun in Peoria...Chillicothe council to choose between AMT and Rescue 33  via