Dr. Susan Moore (Died Of COVID 19) Biography: Wiki, Age, Death Cause Details

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Who is Dr. Susan Moore? Dr. Susan Moore Bio/Wiki

After complaining of racist care at a hospital whose staff she accused of not taking her illness seriously, a black doctor named ‘Susan Moore’ died of the coronavirus. Dr. Susan Moore killed by Covid on December 20 in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Since late November, she has fought bacterial and Covid-related pneumonia. The patient, Susan Moore, said that the white doctor at the suburban Indianapolis hospital where she was being treated for Covid-19 had downplayed her pain problems.

She said he told her that he felt uncomfortable giving her more drugs, and recommended that she be released.

Age

She was 52 years old.

Family

Moore, who leaves behind her son Henry, 19, was sent home hours later, as well as two elderly parents with dementia. Yet, due to a worsening fever and a decrease in her blood pressure, her health began to decline.

She was then admitted to Carmel, Indiana, at Ascension St Vincent Hospital, where she claims she got better care.

While in that hospital, the doctor, who suffered from an inflammatory lung disease, was diagnosed with both bacterial and Covid pneumonia. For what she says was negligent treatment, she attacked IU health again.

Said Moore: “Those people were trying to kill me. Clearly, everyone has to agree on they (discharged) me way too soon.”

Death Cause Details (Died Of COVID 19)

A fortnight after posting social media posts detailing what she claims were delays in diagnosis and care from one doctor, Moore, a mother of one, was killed by the disease.

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On December 4, Moore reported herself in the hospital and singled out Dr. Eric Bannec of IU Hospitals in Indianapolis for not treating her neck with serious, Covid-related pain. She was saying: “I was crushed. He made me feel like I was a drug addict. And he knew I was a physician. I don’t take narcotics. I was hurting.”

 

Moore said she had to beg her doctor for a CT scan and persuade him that, considering her own decades of medical experience, she was having significant trouble breathing to get one.

 

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