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Houston Methodist Hospital ousts doctor who continually spreads COVID misinformation and refuses to treat vaccinated patients.

Houston Methodist Hospital ousts doctor who continually spreads COVID misinformation and refuses to treat vaccinated patients.

Houston Methodist Hospital ousts doctor who continually spreads COVID misinformation and refuses to treat vaccinated patients. Mary Bowden, a doctor in a Houston hospital who continually spreads COVID misinformation through her social media accounts and refuses to treat vaccinated patients, has been placed on suspension.

A spokesperson for Houston Methodist Hospital said that Dr. Mary Bowden had recently joined the medical staff at Houston Methodist Hospital and was suspended before she had ever admitted a patient to the hospital. According to the spokesperson, Bowden is using her social media accounts to convey her personal and political views on the COVID-19 vaccination and therapies, which are “damaging to the community, do not reflect trustworthy medical evidence, or the principles of Houston Methodist.”

Bowden has used her Twitter account to express her thoughts about COVID-19, particularly the medicine ivermectin. Ivermectin is not used to treat or prevent COVID-19, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Parasites in people and animals are often treated with ivermectin. The National Institutes of Health found “insufficient data” to suggest the medicine for COVID prevention and treatment, and the FDA hasn’t authorized it either.

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According to the spokesman, the facility has treated over twenty-five thousand COVID-19 inpatients. While Bowden informed the hospital she was vaccinated to safeguard patients, she contacted patients, indicating she would only treat the unvaccinated.”Despite what she has written, Houston Methodist does not and will never refuse care to a patient because of their vaccination status,” a spokesperson stated.

“Dr. Bowden is disseminating harmful disinformation that is not based on science, despite the fact that she has never admitted a patient to Houston Methodist Hospital.” In the United States, three COVID-19 vaccinations are available for adults: Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson. Anyone older than 5 years old can get the Pfizer vaccination.

The CDC says that millions of individuals in the United States have received COVID-19 vaccinations, which have been subjected to the most stringent safety testing in the country’s history, and that they are both safe and effective.

Bowden practices otolaryngology and sleep medicine at BreatheMed in Houston. She’s also in a legal battle with another hospital over ivermectin use. Jason Jones’ family is suing Texas Health Huguley Hospital for allowing Bowden to give him ivermectin.

Forth Worth Star Telegram maintained that Jones has been hospitalized for almost a month with COVID-19, and the hospital thinks ivermectin would be medically unsuitable. The hospital has filed an appeal to overturn a trial court judgment that would provide Bowden with interim privileges at the facility. According to the publication, the lawsuit has been put on hold.

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Bowden said earlier this month on her practice’s website that she is “changing my practice focus to treating the unvaccinated.” Houston Methodist Hospital can no longer tolerate her unprofessionalism and dissemination of false information. She has been ousted as a result of this.

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