Plastic Surgeon Made Youtube Music Video of Herself Dancing In Operating Room During Several Surgeries

May 25th, 2018 Medical Malpractice

The dance moves of a Plastic Surgeon in Atlanta, Georgia are going viral and making international news for all of the wrong reasons this week.

Dr. Windell Boutte has been battling several medical malpractice lawsuits (at least 7) over the years according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and in one of the lawsuits, the videos above were reportedly introduced in one of the malpractice cases.

The videos show Dr. Boutte dancing and performing to such songs as “Brick House,” “Low” and “I Wish” by Stevie Wonder (to name a few) while what appears to be nude, unconscious patients in prone positions on an operating table during surgery.

Click here to view the video.

The nurses appear to perform as backup dancers in a few of the videos and the Doctor appears to make at least one physical cut while performing.

This sickening lack of professionalism is particularly stunning.  No comment was made as to whether or not permission was given to the doctor to video her patients in this manner.

Before you treat with any physician, we at Fellows Hymowitz strongly urge you to thoroughly investigate their background.  A starting point may be https://www.nydoctorprofile.com/, which includes data collected by the New York State Department of Health and includes the doctor’s medical education, and legal actions taken against the doctor.

If you have been a victim of medical malpractice, there may be a very short time to file a claim before you are forever barred.  If you have any questions about your rights, call Fellows Hymowitz, The Right Lawyers Make a Real Difference.

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