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"The summary of action that explains the decision to suspend Ortolano's license includes a report from 'several' labor and delivery nurses at Kadlec. It says the nurses reported Dr. Ortolano induced labor more than his peers, babies he delivered had lower Apgar scores than other doctors and more of his babies ended up in the NICU as compared to other obstetricians. Additionally, the report says Dr. Ortolano was delayed in delivering babies, without a medical reason. It says this delay created 'unnecessary stress, harm and risk of harm for the babies.'" #vbacfacts ... See MoreSee Less
A Tri-Cities physician had his license suspended by the Washington State Department of Health, which cited concerns of "categorical substandard care" by Dr. Alexander Ortolano, M.D.
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