Dallas’ Dallas Ophthalmologists dallas hospital, a leading provider of eye care in the state, has been forced to remove from its website a video clip of a physician performing eye surgeries after he came to the hospital as a patient after becoming a “bastards” patient.
The video shows Dr. William J. Allen Jr. at a local Dallas Eye & Ear Surgery office with a patient in the waiting room.
It was taken by a patient who was concerned that Allen had been seen in the office with the patient.
“He’s really, really a coward,” the patient said in the video.
“He thinks that he can get away with anything and it’s okay.
I’ve seen him, and he’s not that kind of person.
He doesn’t care about anybody.
He’s really a bastard.”
Allen responded by saying, “You’re a coward.
I mean, that’s just a fact.
If you’re scared of a doctor, I’m not gonna work with you.
I’ll take care of you.”
Allen was fired from Dallas Eye& Ear Surgery in November 2015.
He was reinstated after an internal investigation and the hospital announced on Friday that Allen would be fired after the video was posted on its website.
He is currently being investigated by the Texas Medical Board and faces possible criminal charges.
The Dallas Morning News said in a statement that it has no current plans to remove the video from the site, and that the hospital has not decided whether to appeal the decision to remove it from its site.
In an interview with the Dallas Morning Star, Allen said that he “had the misfortune of becoming a patient” after becoming the first Dallas O&%; Ear surgery resident in less than a year.
Allen said he felt his patients deserved to be treated like other patients.
“I wanted to be like them,” Allen said.
“I want to treat them like the other patients, like normal people.
They deserve a chance to be looked at and treated like everybody else.”