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Tuesday, 17 July 2012

Lesbian doctor abuses male patients

What's not depicted here is the person, Dr. Twana Sparks, has been found to have sexually abused male patients under anesthesia on numerous occasions, and she is still practicing medicine. My advice is to avoid treatment from any of these perverts, especially if you are male.



Dr. Twana Sparks, an ENT (Ears, Nose and Throat) surgeon, had just finished doing a tympanoplasty with mastoidectomy, a surgical procedure to correct a middle ear problem. The patient was a middle-thirties Hispanic man who lay stretched out before her on the operating table, still under anesthesia.

After applying a dressing to the surgical site, Dr. Sparks, who was also the hospital chief of staff, reached inside the patient’s boxer shorts without wearing gloves, fished out his penis and pointed it at the ceiling. She observed fluid filled vesicles on the side of the shaft, indicating a sexually transmitted disease, and shouted “Oh Gross!” She then slapped the head of his penis three times, saying “Bad boy, bad boy, bad boy!” with each strike, as her all female operating team erupted in laughter.


Dr. Twana Sparks - Molesting Patients?

Well, all but one. The Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist, Alison Garner, who was providing anesthesia for the case, found Dr. Sparks’ conduct to be so unprofessional that she reported it to the administration at Gila Regional Medical Center and eventually to the New Mexico Medical Board.

Reporting Dr. Sparks may not have been the best professional move for Garner. Sparks is a money maker for the hospital who will generate an estimated 20 million dollars in revenue over the next 10 years. She is also the only ENT surgeon residing within 100 miles of Gila Regional.

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2 comMENTS:

It's been 10years. The gist of what you repeat is totally false. I will attach a personal defense I wrote recently. I wonder if you would consider removing my name from the link, or removing this article altogether.

Thanks for any consideration.

Since I’m retired with no attorneys advising me not to defend myself in the press, and I would like to describe what happened 10 years ago since you have read mostly lies.
I trained as an Ear Nose and Throat doctor in the ’80’s. Then I traveled for 2 years to fill in for missing ENT’s across the country. When I was not doing that specialty, I was a family practice doctor and an emergency medicine doctor. I am qualified to take care of the entire patient, even though I have chosen a focus.
Since opening my practice in my beloved home town, once or twice a year, I would find out on the day of surgery that an uninsured (usually homeless, usually male) patient had not seen a doctor in 10 or 20 years. Using the concept on the signed permit “and other procedures as the physician deems necessary”, I would finish up their superficial physical exam. I found cancers. I found ticks. I found abscesses. I did breast exams on women and genital exams on men. I suspect a total of 20 people were involved, all of whom have been contacted by me, and none of whom thought it was inappropriate. From 1988 to 2008, no operating room staff (nurse or anesthetist) had any objection since it was obviously a clinical exam, with gloves and a purpose.
In 2008, I became chief of staff (a temporary elected position most doctors fill at some point to be self-policing and to be a liaison with the hospital administration). I had to reprimand 2 providers that year, one for screaming at a nurse and hanging up without giving orders she was requesting, and one for being out of town when she was scheduled to be on emergency call. They were outraged to have letters placed in their records. Their revenge was to report me to the State Board for sexually assaulting patients, I guess hoping to end my career. They reported vaginal and rectal exams, slapping of genitalia with reprimands and ridicule. Those things never happened. The majority of what was written to the board and then expanded on in the local and national press was utter nonsense, disgusting lies and distortion meant to sell papers and damage reputation.
The State Board reprimanded me, saying I should have had better judgement than to think a physical exam was “other procedures as physician deems necessary” and required me to be accompanied by a chaperone for the next 2 years. The investigation by GRMC found no concerns, nor wrong doing, advised me to discontinue the practice and allowed me to continue my practice. Any operating room staff member could confirm my story.
For 10 years I have received hate mail and obscene phone calls and threats. Men stop me on the street and ask if I would like to fondle them. In 2016, a patient wore pajamas and unbuttoned them to display his privates while I evaluated his ear ache.
I’ve learned that our present social boundaries do not allow me to give people something they did not ask for. I know many of you don’t trust doctors, and I certainly understand why. Some of you don’t trust women, some of you don’t trust some one who advocates for environmental protection, living wage and healthcare for all. I get it. Nevertheless, I don't lie and I have never hurt anyone intentionally.

It's been 10years. The gist of what you repeat is totally false. I will attach a personal defense I wrote recently. I wonder if you would consider removing my name from the link, or removing this article altogether.

Thanks for any consideration.

Since I’m retired with no attorneys advising me not to defend myself in the press, and I would like to describe what happened 10 years ago since you have read mostly lies.
I trained as an Ear Nose and Throat doctor in the ’80’s. Then I traveled for 2 years to fill in for missing ENT’s across the country. When I was not doing that specialty, I was a family practice doctor and an emergency medicine doctor. I am qualified to take care of the entire patient, even though I have chosen a focus.
Since opening my practice in my beloved home town, once or twice a year, I would find out on the day of surgery that an uninsured (usually homeless, usually male) patient had not seen a doctor in 10 or 20 years. Using the concept on the signed permit “and other procedures as the physician deems necessary”, I would finish up their superficial physical exam. I found cancers. I found ticks. I found abscesses. I did breast exams on women and genital exams on men. I suspect a total of 20 people were involved, all of whom have been contacted by me, and none of whom thought it was inappropriate. From 1988 to 2008, no operating room staff (nurse or anesthetist) had any objection since it was obviously a clinical exam, with gloves and a purpose.
In 2008, I became chief of staff (a temporary elected position most doctors fill at some point to be self-policing and to be a liaison with the hospital administration). I had to reprimand 2 providers that year, one for screaming at a nurse and hanging up without giving orders she was requesting, and one for being out of town when she was scheduled to be on emergency call. They were outraged to have letters placed in their records. Their revenge was to report me to the State Board for sexually assaulting patients, I guess hoping to end my career. They reported vaginal and rectal exams, slapping of genitalia with reprimands and ridicule. Those things never happened. The majority of what was written to the board and then expanded on in the local and national press was utter nonsense, disgusting lies and distortion meant to sell papers and damage reputation.
The State Board reprimanded me, saying I should have had better judgement than to think a physical exam was “other procedures as physician deems necessary” and required me to be accompanied by a chaperone for the next 2 years. The investigation by GRMC found no concerns, nor wrong doing, advised me to discontinue the practice and allowed me to continue my practice. Any operating room staff member could confirm my story.
For 10 years I have received hate mail and obscene phone calls and threats. Men stop me on the street and ask if I would like to fondle them. In 2016, a patient wore pajamas and unbuttoned them to display his privates while I evaluated his ear ache.
I’ve learned that our present social boundaries do not allow me to give people something they did not ask for. I know many of you don’t trust doctors, and I certainly understand why. Some of you don’t trust women, some of you don’t trust some one who advocates for environmental protection, living wage and healthcare for all. I get it. Nevertheless, I don't lie and I have never hurt anyone intentionally.

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