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October 02, 2006


Tim Powers

Dr. Choi, your smile looks like the devil's grin. I have worked hundred's of events that involved intubation at a minim and as just a firefighter never had a issue. sure things got complicated but that is to be expected and by having a grade school understanding we made sure our back-ups were in place.

Tim Powers

Dr. Choi, your smile looks like the devil's grin. I have worked hundred's of events that involved intubation at a minim and as just a firefighter never had a issue. sure things got complicated but that is to be expected and by having a grade school understanding we made sure our back-ups were in place.

Nonya Buisness

Out of curiosity, why was it your son was having surgery?


Nothing in this is true whatsoever, trust me. This is a good physician and sometimes complications happen. They neglect to mention that the father of this patient has also now made death and other threats against Dr. Choi, nurses and other staff who worked tirelessly to try and save this patient. No one ever would intend to hurt anyone as a physician. Maybe you should be careful about posting slander about people as that could get your site in trouble.

dennis the father

everything on my site is a fact.choi has been sued for millions and the state paid the bill.he needs to be fired and were working on that we pray we get it done before he kills someone i cant wait to testify at his next malpractice suit.as for threats i have no hard feelings for any one but choi and gallo two lieing peices of work.

dennis the father

don thats funny, as there was no one involved in this matter named don.but perhaps you should read the depositions don
then you will know the caliber of choi and gallo. both lied repeatedly under oath when the truth would have sounded better.to get a copy try the iowa board of medical examiners or the blackhawk county court house.as for death threats if i had done this wouldnt i be in jail? they told me at my class to carry concealed weapons thats a no no.have a nice day. fool....

Dave the surgeon

I stumbled across this website by pure accident. I know Dr. Choi from my 5 years as a surgical resident at the University of Iowa. I have worked with Dr. Choi personally in the operating room, trauma, and in the ICU. I truly believe that you would not meet a more kind hearted individual, which is not generally characteristic of a surgeon. Of all the staff on the faculty, Dr. Choi put more energy in the care of his patients. He is also an extremely gifted surgeon. In this business we all struggle with giving 110% of our time and talents. We never wish for adverse outcomes, but they will always be there.


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