Were You Treated by the Fraudulent Dr. Charles Akoda?
If you were treated by the FAKE OB-GYN Charles Akoda at Prince George's Hospital Center, you may be entitled to compensation. Lawsuits are being filed now.
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We believe that patients should have confidence that the doctors and medical staff to whom they entrust their lives - and the lives of their unborn children - are legitimate, trained professionals, not con artists masquerading as physicians.
Dr. Akoda Has Pled Guilty to Fraudulently Obtaining a Medical License
According to the US Department of Justice, Dr. Charles Akoda was never a real doctor. As part of his plea agreement, Dr. Akoda, a.k.a. Oluwafemi Igberase, admitted to fraudulently practicing medicine in Maryland from 2006 until 2016 — including seeing patients, delivering babies and performing various other diagnostic tests and procedures.
Where Did This Fraudulent Doctor Practice?
Dr. Charles Akoda, a.k.a. Oluwafemi Igberase, illegally practiced Obstetrics and Gynecology at Prince George's Hospital Center (PGHC) in Cheverly, MD. During this decade-long scheme, he saw and treated patients, administering prenatal care and delivering babies.
The bond between a patient and a physician is sacred. Patients should have confidence that the medical professionals to whom they entrust their lives -- and the lives of their unborn children -- are ethical, trained and skilled professionals. Dr. Akoda violated that bond by deliberately and repeatedly deceiving his patients. If you or a loved one was one of his victims, you may be entitled to compensation.
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As a patient, you trust that the doctors and medical professionals providing you with medical care and advice are trained professionals who have been thoroughly vetted -- not fraudulent individuals masquerading as doctors.
What did the Department of Justice Say?
In November, 2016, the Department of Justice announced that Dr. Charles Akoda, a.k.a. Oluwafemi Igberase, had pled guilty to fradulently obtaining a medical license. According to the DOJ's release dated November 16, 2016:
"A search warrant executed at Igberase’s residence recovered a false social security card in the Akoda name, a false Nigerian passport for Akoda, a false U.S. visa in the Akoda name, and fraudulent or altered documents related to immigration, medical diplomas, medical transcripts, letters of recommendation and birth certificates."
If you were treated by the FAKE OB-GYN Dr. "Akoda", you may have a case and may be entitled to compensation.
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