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A plastic surgeon attended his traffic court hearing on Zoom from the operating room while a patient went through the operating room.
The California Medical Board is investigating after a video emerged of the bizarre moment Dr. Scott Green appeared on a video call from the operating room on Thursday.
Green appeared before Sacramento Superior Court Commissioner Gary Link’s virtual traffic courtroom in his surgical uniform and the sound of surgical machines behind him.
“Are you available for trial, do you seem to be in an operating room right now?” asks a court clerk in the video posted by The Sacramento Bee.
“I am sir,” Green responds. “Yes, I am available for trial.”
Who is court clerk first appears in the wild Zoom, immediately noting Scott Green’s location Is that correct, Mr. Green?’
So unless I’m wrong, I see a defendant in the middle of an operating room who appears to be actively involved in providing services to a patient. Is that correct, Mr. Green?
‘Yes sir,’ Green replies, as the commissioner points out that he should be referring to the defendant as’ Dr. Green.’
“ I am not comfortable with the well-being of a patient if he is in the process of having an operation and I would put him on trial despite the fact that the officer is here today, ” Link continues, pointing to the officer of the alleged traffic incident. by Green. he is present.
When the court commissioner arrives, he immediately decides that the process cannot continue Green is a plastic surgeon in Northern California. It is not clear why he was in traffic court
“I have another surgeon right here doing the surgery with me, so I can stay here and let them do the surgery as well,” Green says.
Link responds quickly: “Not at all.”
He continues: ‘I don’t think so. I don’t think it’s appropriate. I am going to propose a different date when I am not involved or actively participating and attending to the needs of a patient. Let me see if I can get a different date here. ‘
“I apologize to the lordship of him to court,” Green says. “Sometimes the surgery doesn’t always go like …” before it goes off.
“It happens,” says Link. ‘We want to keep people healthy. We want to keep them alive, that’s important. ‘
“I’m concerned about the well-being of the patient based on what I see,” Link says as he tries to confirm a rescheduled date for March 4 at 3pm.
Someone else temporarily seizes Green’s phone before giving it back to him so he can finish the court process in a conference room.
The bizarre incident did draw the ire of the Medical Board of California
The video was streamed live on the Sacramento Superior Court YouTube page because the traffic court proceedings are open to the public.
The bizarre incident drew the ire of the California Medical Board, which controls licensing in the state, and suggested they received a complaint.
“The California Medical Board expects physicians to follow the standard of care when treating their patients,” a spokesperson told Law & Crime.
“The Board is aware of this incident and will be investigating it, as it does with all the complaints it receives.”
Zoom’s court proceedings have provided bizarre moments since the star of the pandemic.
In early February, a Texas attorney went viral after a filter covered his face during a court case.
“I am not a cat”, clarified the lawyer.
In Peru, there was also an incident where a lawyer was caught having sex during a Zoom after leaving his computer camera on.