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The doctor mafia: Meet Dr. Fletcher, the ripper
« on: February 10, 2019, 12:37:49 PM »

Meet "Dr." Fletcher, the guy who denies you health insurance. He wants YOUR money!

His "medical training" is more than dubious, his rip-off methods are outrageous, and his fraudulent "treatments" are a case for the court.

Do note: "BEMER" is a manufacturer of fake medical devices. The "magnetic" treatment is bullshit and does not work. Fletcher rips off his patients hundreds of Dollars for total shit.






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We think outstanding healthcare should be available to everyone, which is exactly what our pricing structure reflects. Based on age, your monthly fee varies slightly, and is accommodating to individuals as well as families. Lab pricing is coming soon!
OFFICE/ TELEMEDICINE VISIT PRICING
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    20% discount for annual payment

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Copyright? There is no copyright for medical fraud!


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Dr. Brandon Fletcher was born and raised by a single mom in a farm country of Eastern North Carolina. His mother was the nurse manager of Endoscopy and PACU, instilling early the importance of dedication, hard work, and compassion in her son. Dr. Fletcher knew he wanted to be a doctor when he grew up but that road was not going to be easy. He graduated from East Carolina University in 2001 and worked as a nurses aide at his mom’s hospital while applying to medical school. Dr. Fletcher moved to the island of St. Martin to attend the American University of the Caribbean for medical school for two years before returning to the mainland for his clinicalcal years, which he spent in New York City and Baltimore. He returned to East Carolina University for his residency in Family Medicine at the Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University at Vidant Medical Center, a 1000+bed trauma center. Upon graduation of residency, Dr. Fletcher took a position at his home hospital where he was born and his mother had retired from, as a hospitalist. Eventually moving to Florida with his new wife, he continued to work as a hospitalist covering Florida Hospital Altamonte, East, Orlando, and Celebration.

In 2018, Dr. Fletcher and his nurse wife Emily finally accepted God’s calling to return to family medicine. From his Southern roots and the idea that healthcare should be simple and effective and delivered with compassion, Nostalgia Family Medicine was born. The motto “Modern medicine delivered the old fashioned way” is not just a tag line but literally the way Dr. Fletcher practices healthcare. The practice of medicine should be evidence based but simple with the heart of the matter within the doctor-patient relationship. Patients should be able to get to know their doctor and restore trust in his judgement. Insurance companies have their place but should not be making decisions about the well-being of the patient, which they have not met, assessed, or been trained to treat.

Nostalgia Family Medicine is a direct primary care model practice. This means we do not accept health insurance and therefore do not answer to insurance companies or the government. This reduces costs for the patient. Dr. Fletcher can discuss with the patient his recommendations and they can decide how to proceed without waiting on pre-approvals and appealing decisions.
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TWO YEARS of "medical" "education" in a spurious quack factory!?

"island of St. Martin to attend the American University of the Caribbean for medical school for two years"

This guy is not more than a naturopath. No real medical degree. No comparison to what a REAL MEDICAL DOCTOR from a REAL university has to learn to get his medical degrees and licenses.

This is fake, nothing but fake. And it claims to be based on christian religion: "In 2018, Dr. Fletcher and his nurse wife Emily finally accepted God’s calling to return to family medicine."

If there were a real god, he would send thunder and lightning to weed out this attack on patients' lives.
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Re: The doctor mafia: Meet Dr. Fletcher, the ripper
« Reply #1 on: February 10, 2019, 12:58:09 PM »

To give you an idea about REAL medical education: In Germany a student has to learn 14 years until his has his title of a "Facharzt".

Okay, I don't want to advertise for patient tourism. But one thing is for sure: the US system of healthcare is a disaster.


In case you want to know about the greedy private "university" company business, have a look at the fees of St. Maarten "American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine" on the island "St. Martin":

https://www.aucmed.edu/admissions/tuition-and-financial-aid.html

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