Physician Mary Talley Bowden, MD, resigned after her privileges were suspended at Houston Methodist hospital over a social media post about COVID-19 vaccines and treatments reported the Houston Chronicle.
Mary Talley Bowden, is an ear, throat and nose physician. She joined the Houston Methodist Hospital medical staff not long ago.
Her privileges were suspended at Houston Methodist on November 12. Bowden wasn’t even aware of the suspension. She heard it from someone else.
The hospital suspended Dr. Bowden’s privileges on Nov. 12 after the physician used her social media accounts to spread “dangerous misinformation which is not based in science,” the hospital said.
On Nov. 12, Dr. Bowden told radio station KTRH she would be sending her resignation letter that morning in response to her privileges being suspended, and said she is disappointed in how the situation was handled by Houston Methodist. As seen below,, the resignation letter is dated Nov 15.
Dr. Bowden has tweeted about vaccination mandates and treatments, including her support for the drug ivermectin. Ivermectin is typically used to treat parasitic infections in animals, and the FDA has warned against using it to treat COVID-19.
Dr. Bowden also has criticized vaccination mandates on social media, CNN reported Nov. 13.
Bowden is not the only doctor criticizing the COVID-19 vaccine and treatments. Doctors Worlwide have published and vouched their concerns.
Last month, EU Parliament Member Christine Anderson said ” EU Parliament Member Christine Anderson « As far as I am concerned, I will not be vaccinated with anything that has not been properly vetted and tested ».
The video is available here.
Houston Methodist tweeted Nov. 12 that Dr. Bowden is using her social media accounts to express her personal and political opinions, “which are harmful to the community, [and] do not reflect reliable medical evidence or the values of Houston Methodist.”
Texas Medical Board records show Dr. Bowden has an active license with no disciplinary restrictions.
Dr Bowden is still practicing and is hiring «an unvaccinated primary care doctor who believes in early for COVID-19».
You can book an appointment with Dr Bowden through her website. Bowden’s attorney Steven Mitby said the doctor has treated “more than 2,000 patients with Covid-19” at her private practice and that none of them have ended up in the hospital.
“Her early treatment methods work and are saving lives,” he added.