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Lawsuit in SDNY Against Lenox Hill Hospital Cites Severed Heart Blood Vessel Lied About

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Dec 24 – Nyishah Sameniego is a resident employed by Northwell Health's Lenox Hill Hospital. She has sued, recounting misconduct at the hospital and retaliation against herself. 

 For example, her complaint describes when "a physician at Lenox Hill inadvertently severed a blood-vessel connected to a patient's heart. When the physician spoke with the patient's family regarding the cause of death, the physician was not forthcoming with the patient's family about his error."

That would have been another lawsuit. Perhaps it will be.

This case, which was entered on December 24 and dated December 23 by D. Maimon Kirschenbaum of Joseph & Kirschenbaum LLP of 32 Broadway, is Sameniego v. Lenox Hill Hospital et al., 20-cv-10914 (Unassigned)


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