Unnecessary stents at Raleigh General Hospital

Did you or a loved one receive an unnecessary cardiac stent at Raleigh General Hospital between November 1, 2009 and June 1, 2013? If so, time is running out to file your claim.

In September 2013, LifePoint Hospitals, Inc., the parent company of Raleigh General Hospital, reported to the United States Department of Justice that Kenneth Glaser, M.D. had performed hundreds of unnecessary cardiac stents on patients.

Preston & Salango, PLLC (wvlawyer.com) is lead counsel on behalf of 85 patients who underwent unnecessary cardiac procedures, including stents, at Raleigh General Hospital. In January 2015, Raleigh General Hospital began notifying patients that they may have received an unnecessary cardiac stent. If you were notified by Raleigh General Hospital that you may have received an unnecessary stent, call Preston & Salango at 304-342-0512. Your time to file a claim is limited.

Categories: Medical Malpractice

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