Attack By Cooper Hospital Against Me. -Robert Milnes at The PLAS Place.

NOTE: I am on SSI Disability.
On Friday, December 8, I received an unexpected letter from Cooper Hospital dated November 30. It is on generic Cooper Hospital University Health Care in red stationary with black One Cooper Plaza, Camden, NJ 08103, Phone: (856) 342-2000 My primary is at Three Cooper Plaza.
It started out with “Dear Mr. Milnes, As you know, a good relationship between a physician and their patient is essential for quality medical care. There are times when this relationship is no longer effective and the physician finds it necessary to ask the patient to select another physician(s).” Who can argue with that? This seems to imply that there is some sort of problem my primary has with me. It alleged that I had “…displayed recurrent inappropriate and disruptive behavior towards our clinical staff which does not allow our healthcare team to successfully implement the treatment regimen necessary for your health and wellbeing. As a result, I am sorry to inform you that we can no longer provide primary care services…”. This seems to imply that I have various problems with various staff. It is signed by Dan Hyman, DO, Division Head, Internal Medicine, Stephen Trzeciak, MD, Interim Chief of Medicine, Pam Ladu, Executive Director, Primary Care and Psychiatry Services. There is no specifying what these problems might be or with whom. My primary’s name is not mentioned nor that of any staff. Further there is no cc: to anyone else nor is there initials of who typed this letter.
This seems to me to be some sort of impromptu or ad hoc sort of small group which has no direct authority or mandate/orders and who do not report to anyone i.e. it is anonymous and/or incommunicado. It refers me to two other local health care primary care providers and gives me 30 days to make contact and arrangements to transfer including my medical records pursuant to New Jersey Administrative Code 13:35-6.5.
I have sent a message about this to my primary but have not yet received a reply. I may not ever receive one evidently.
This letter seems to be very unfair. No due process, no appeal. No legal counsel, which I clearly could use. That has been a problem for me for many years. But maybe I do not have any rights to due process and/or appeal in administration decisions in Cooper Hospital.
My most recent email communications(via myCooper service provided) with my primary involved her referral for a specialist-dermatologist. I have a rash. And recently I developed an unusual blemish, swelled, inflamed, very sore, which is unusual for me. It reminded me of an infected fingernail I got a couple of months ago. Also swelled, inflamed, very painful. So I thought how about if I went to nearby Cooper Urgent Care and had both looked at instead of going through the hassle and delay of the specialist/dermatologist. But also I mentioned I would like her to call to order a sample taken and analyzed of this very painful blemish to see if it is an unusual or especially virulent bug. I had previously mentioned I was suspicious that my immune system might be under some sort of suppression in some sort of coordination with infection by a possible virulent strain. I said I wanted evidence, proof better yet of any possible medical attack against me, by the fbi and/or the Mossad. I didn’t hear anything so I wrote that I was disappointed. I DID NOT go the next step which was to point out how suspicious THAT might be. Shortly thereafter I got the letter.
Also previously I had asked her to accept my friend in CA as a patient should he visit NJ for a few months which I have asked him. I told her he had ADEM -acute disseminating encephalomyelitis which I suspected he was injected with at his doctor’s office. She seemed agreeable to this possibility. Also I had mentioned that I had contacted Cooper Patient Relations several times to try to arrange for my father to be examined. I am suspicious of his treatment under my sister’s care and at the Veterans Administration nursing home in Philadelphia, but she -my sister- blocked my attempts.
So now I am looking at this letter and thinking this really has bad optics. It looks like an attack on my healthcare in order to obfuscate (muddy the water) my attempts to get evidence or proof of medical attacks against me.
Addendum Tuesday, December 12: One would think that Pam Ladu, Executive Director, Primary Care and Psychiatry Services would be THE IDEAL PERSON to intervene with a less extreme and punitive action. Perhaps suggesting a change-in house-of primary care physician. Or, if my persistence in suspecting the fbi and/or Mossad is taken as symptomatic of mental illness, suggesting a psychiatric referral. Cooper Hospital has a psychiatric department. But no.
I question this letter’s legitimacy. It doesn’t even seem real. It seems more contrived and convenient/coincidental.
Who wrote this? Where did it come from? Who sent this outrageous, vague, fraudulent letter via US Mail? Doesn’t federal criminal jurisdiction attach to letters sent by US Mail? Three people signed it. But none of them are specified as the author. Cooper Hospital is the addressee, but no specific department or person is mentioned. Only “Our office…” and “I…” are referenced.
Additionally it said “CERTIFIED AND REGULAR MAIL”. I have not yet received a copy via Certified Mail.

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Candidate for President of the UNITED STATES for /2004/2008/2012/2016/2020.
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