Hospital Distances From Resident And Anti-Semitic Posts

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The Cleveland Clinic distanced itself on Monday from a former medical resident with a history of making antisemitic remarks online - such as a 2012 tweet in which she said, "I$3 ll purposely give all the yahood the wrong meds".

Since being fired, Kollab has deleted her social media accounts, although copies of her tweets have been preserved by various organisations.

Kollab has gone radio silent, deactivating her social media accounts. Her departure was related to those posts and she has not worked at Cleveland Clinic since September. We fully embrace diversity, inclusion and a culture of safety and respect across our entire health system.

Evil Ohio Muslim doctor Lara Kollab: "I'll purposely give Jews the wrong meds" Has anybody checked to see if she killed any of her patients...firing is not good enough. She also reportedly posted that she hoped "Allah will kill the Jews".

"After this debate, I have to watch a movie on the holocaust and write a paper on it", she reportedly wrote, also in 2012.

Her page said she was a biology tutor to high school and college students shortly after getting her bachelor's degree from John Carroll University in 2013, while since 2015 she has been a mentor to "1st, 2nd, and 3rd year medical students".

"For first-year residents, multiple safeguards and direct supervision are required for patient care and prescribing medicine", the hospital said.

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Cleveland Clinic was recently made aware of comments posted to social media by a former employee.

According to her LinkedIn page that Canary Mission documented before it was deleted, Kollab went to medical school at the Jewish-founded Touro College in New York City.

The Canary Mission report records dozens of statements made by Kollab calling for violence against Jews, defending Hamas, and supporting terrorists.

"We are shocked that one of our graduates would voice statements that are antithetical to Touro and to the physicians" Hippocratic Oath'.

Kollab is a 27-year-old Cleveland-area native, who, despite no longer being employed at Cleveland Clinic, still has an active medical license that will remain valid until June 2021, according to Cleveland 19 News.

'The mission of Touro College is to educate, perpetuate and enrich the historic Jewish tradition of tolerance and dignity.

"It is the mission of the State Medical Board of OH to protect the health and safety of all Ohioans".

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