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Insurance paid $1 million after a Kendall surgery death. Here’s what the doctor will pay

Posted on AllSides May 19th, 2024
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Three years after a 72-year-old lung surgery patient died at then-Kendall Regional Medical Center — and two and a half years after an anesthesiologist’s insurance paid $1 million — that doctor learned his punishment from Florida’s Board of Medicine. Dr. Caleb Stalls will pay a $10,000 fine plus $5,853 of Florida Department of Health investigation and case costs. Stalls also will have to take three five-hour continuing medical education courses: anesthesiology, airway management and risk management. This is the first disciplinary action against the Florida license Stalls has held since...

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