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“In one case, hospital administrators cited his ‘bullying’ of a nurse who said he failed to diagnose a young boy's skull fracture in 1991. Carmona demanded Angie Calvino's resignation after she complained to colleagues about his medical judgment, rather than reporting her concerns to the hospital's confidential peer review committee, court records show. In a mediated agreement, Calvino agreed to a demotion if Carmona did not report her to the State Nursing Board for not following protocol, according to those familiarwith the case. However, court records show that a few months later Carmona did report her, and Calvino remained demoted.” (“
“His final battle there came in a dispute in May 1999 with county health commissioner Sylvia Campoy, who had reported to the county attorney allegations that a Kino doctor with a drug abuse problem had written false prescriptions to access drugs. Carmona had already dealt with the doctor on the issue two years before, and after an internal investigation, encouraged the doctor to report himself to the Board of Medical Examiners. After Campoy reported the allegations, Carmona became irate, saying she had violated the accused doctor's confidentiality, an opinion shared by the Kino Community Hospital board and the Pima County Medical Society.” (“
“’What I got from Dr. Carmona [after reporting the case] was antagonism and ... threats,’ Campoy later told an investigator from the Arizona Department of Public Safety's prescription fraud unit, according to a state Board of Medical Examiners document obtained through Arizona's public records law. ‘I was screamed at, I was yelled at. I was told it was none of my business. I was told that I had breached peer review.’” (“