VA missed red flags on provider accused of sex abuse in Leavenworth, lawsuits allege

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Sex abuse lawsuits against a physician assistant who worked at a U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs hospital in Leavenworth allege that the VA missed warning signs in the man’s background when they hired him and then let him keep working after multiple complaints about his behavior.

Mark Wisner, the former medical provider at the center of the lawsuits, is awaiting trial in Leavenworth County on criminal charges of sexual battery and aggravated sexual battery.
As of Wednesday there were 53 open lawsuits against Wisner and the government, many brought by patients who say he touched them and made inappropriate sexual comments to them. VA missed red flags

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