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(CNN)   Teen impersonates physicians assistant, tries to blame the system. Judge does not concur   (cnn.com) divider line 79
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2012-11-15 10:05:35 AM
If I'm going through all that effort to pretend to be in some profession, I'm setting my sights a bit higher.

No offense to physician's assistants. We don't have enough of you.
 
2012-11-15 10:17:51 AM
Prosecutors said Scheidt used the badge to work in the hospital emergency room for weeks, changing bandages, handling IVs and helping to conduct exams.

Since he was underage at the time, could people who were nude in front of him for exams be charged with exposing themselves to a minor, corrupting a minor, etc. and be put on the sex offender list for life? Stranger things have happened. He probably liked the breast exams.

"I'm just gonna squeeze these and make sure they weren't damaged in your accident"
*Honk honk*
 
2012-11-15 10:18:14 AM
Subtle reference, subby. Well done!
 
2012-11-15 10:43:54 AM

Diogenes: If I'm going through all that effort to pretend to be in some profession, I'm setting my sights a bit higher.



Architect?

/nothing is higher than architect
 
2012-11-15 10:50:21 AM

Sybarite: Diogenes: If I'm going through all that effort to pretend to be in some profession, I'm setting my sights a bit higher.


Architect?

/nothing is higher than architect


You'd be surprised at how much tail you can get as a fake Marine Biologist.

But seriously, probably a cop or FBI agent or a spy. But those are so obvious and passe as far as impersonated careers go these days.
 
2012-11-15 11:14:51 AM

Forty-Two: Subtle reference, subby. Well done!


I concur with Forty-Two.
 
2012-11-15 11:30:45 AM
A year in jail?

Well, at least he'll have plenty of time to study for the bar exam.
 
2012-11-15 11:52:44 AM

ytterbium: I concur with Forty-Two.


I should've concurred.
 
2012-11-15 12:42:41 PM
This kid needs mental health treatment, not prison.
 
2012-11-15 12:43:44 PM
Scheidt for brains!
 
2012-11-15 12:46:38 PM
Bullshiat, you're just a white suburban punk

tuningintoscifitv.com
 
2012-11-15 12:46:39 PM
Amos Quito: A year in jail?

Well, at least he'll have plenty of time to study for the bar exam.


Bubba will be exploring his lower GI tract.
 
2012-11-15 12:47:13 PM

Diogenes: Sybarite: Diogenes: If I'm going through all that effort to pretend to be in some profession, I'm setting my sights a bit higher.


Architect?

/nothing is higher than architect

You'd be surprised at how much tail you can get as a fake Marine Biologist.

But seriously, probably a cop or FBI agent or a spy. But those are so obvious and passe as far as impersonated careers go these days.


go big, sure, but go safe... an FBI agent or a cop, that'll definitely get you time. Go with something where no one can prove you're not who you say you are, something where you can, with no training, be just as skilled as the people doing it. Try for the Senate.
 
2012-11-15 12:49:52 PM
The Yankees won't be the only ones wearin' stripes.

whatyoudidthere.jpg Subby

http://www.iseeit.com
 
2012-11-15 12:50:46 PM
But in January, he was back in police custody. The charge: impersonating a police officer.

Awesome way to end the article.
 
2012-11-15 12:51:03 PM
the punishment? writing 50 times "I must not be so ..oh-oh-oh"
 
2012-11-15 12:51:27 PM

Diogenes: If I'm going through all that effort to pretend to be in some profession, I'm setting my sights a bit higher.

No offense to physician's assistants. We don't have enough of you.


Im one ;)
 
2012-11-15 12:52:30 PM

Hack Patooey: Bullshiat, you're just a white suburban punk

[tuningintoscifitv.com image 475x336]


I know but, it still hurts.....
 
2012-11-15 12:52:35 PM
So, did he fake the ID, or steal it? Or was it some podunk hospital with no RFID door locks, security and such? I'm fairly certain this wouldn't have happened at the Hospital I worked at, however inept the upper management was.
 
2012-11-15 12:53:58 PM
"Their error was putting me in apparently as a physician assistant into their computer," Scheidt told investigators in August. "Let's even say that I said I was a physician assistant. Let's even say that I was. Are you that stupid that you are just going to put me in the system as that, without any credentials or any paperwork or nothing?"

After his arrest, Scheidt acknowledged having performed CPR on a patient suffering from a drug overdose.
"I felt so uncomfortable even doing that. And, you know, the only reason why I did do it was because there was nobody else in there. And I'm not going to let her die,"


Are drunken monkeys running this show?
 
2012-11-15 12:54:01 PM

TwistedIvory


ytterbium: I concur with Forty-Two.

I should've concurred.


Meanwhile, Forty-Two is throwing up in the janitor's closet.
 
2012-11-15 12:58:13 PM

The Only Sane Man In Florida: So, did he fake the ID, or steal it? Or was it some podunk hospital with no RFID door locks, security and such? I'm fairly certain this wouldn't have happened at the Hospital I worked at, however inept the upper management was.


I sometimes sit in conferences about pharmaceutical supply chain or human factor in drug designs... you'd be shocked over how much the FDA or watch dog groups find that doctors/hospitals get away with either because they're cheap, corrupt or incompetent.
 
2012-11-15 01:00:02 PM

Amos Quito: A year in jail?

Well, at least he'll have plenty of time to study for the bar exam.


I year in house arrest. He isn't going to jail.

I'm betting he was hoping to be able to examine some vajajas.
 
2012-11-15 01:04:38 PM
What I find amzing is that he pulled this off for so long. He must have been doing the job right regardless of having an ID card. Is he such an inate genius that nobody noticed that he didn't have any medical training?
 
2012-11-15 01:06:45 PM

AugieDoggyDaddy: What I find amzing is that he pulled this off for so long. He must have been doing the job right regardless of having an ID card. Is he such an inate genius that nobody noticed that he didn't have any medical training?

 

images.zap2it.com
 
2012-11-15 01:07:24 PM
A Florida teenager was sentenced Wednesday to a year in jail
...
Matthew Scheidt, 18, will then spend a year under house arrest, followed by eight years' probation.


So is he going to jail for a year, then house arrest for a year, then probation for 8 years, or is it just a year of house arrest, followed by 8 years of probation?
 
2012-11-15 01:10:33 PM
s.ecrater.com
Woah woah woah wooahhhhhh....
 
2012-11-15 01:12:44 PM
What a P.A. might look like:

www.royalpains.jp

2.bp.blogspot.com

images.tvrage.com

static.tvfanatic.com

www.contactmusic.com
 
2012-11-15 01:14:10 PM
[golfclap.gif]
 
2012-11-15 01:14:43 PM

AugieDoggyDaddy: What I find amzing is that he pulled this off for so long. He must have been doing the job right regardless of having an ID card. Is he such an inate genius that nobody noticed that he didn't have any medical training?


I believe a lot of the work is "pick this up... bring this here... deliver this to there... restock this.... find me a [blank]..."

And a lot of the training is probably safety regulations and procedures.
 
2012-11-15 01:16:14 PM

Sin_City_Superhero: What a P.A. might look like:

[www.royalpains.jp image 200x200]

[2.bp.blogspot.com image 580x430]

[images.tvrage.com image 334x500]

[static.tvfanatic.com image 652x897]

[www.contactmusic.com image 500x750]


Shiva Koemini Soman kandarkrum?
 
2012-11-15 01:16:29 PM
he should impersonate and appeals court judge and overturn his conviction.
 
2012-11-15 01:16:44 PM

reillan: go big, sure, but go safe... an FBI agent or a cop, that'll definitely get you time. Go with something where no one can prove you're not who you say you are, something where you can, with no training, be just as skilled as the people doing it. Try


Thats why I always go as a Whale Biologist. As a Whale Biologist, no one will question anything you say. No one. And you can have people arrested if you tell the police they stole precious hamburgers.
 
2012-11-15 01:18:22 PM
So...did he actually do anything wrong while pretending to be a PA? Like AugieDoggyDaddy stated, is he that much of an innate genius that nobody noticed?

Also I lol'd at the new charge from January for impersonating a police officer.

"Sometimes he's a cowboy. Sometimes he's a fighter pilot. He loves to play dress up!"
 
2012-11-15 01:20:52 PM
Wow, this explains why my wife got a rectal exam for a sort throat last year...
 
2012-11-15 01:25:04 PM

pag1107: Wow, this explains why my wife got a rectal exam for a sort throat last year...


I always find it awkward when I am getting a rectal exam, and then the doctor puts his hands on my shoulders.
 
2012-11-15 01:27:20 PM

Sybarite: Diogenes: If I'm going through all that effort to pretend to be in some profession, I'm setting my sights a bit higher.


Architect?

/nothing is higher than architect


Bull, no one can get higher than musicians, a guitarist tipped me some smoke that had me so high I could've repaired satellites

/he loved the refret I did on his guitar, the setup on the next customers mandolin did suffer a bit tho...
 
2012-11-15 01:27:36 PM
www.top10films.co.uk
 
2012-11-15 01:30:53 PM

AugieDoggyDaddy: What I find amzing is that he pulled this off for so long. He must have been doing the job right regardless of having an ID card. Is he such an inate genius that nobody noticed that he didn't have any medical training?


This is more of a statement on the expected performance level of PA's.
 
2012-11-15 01:31:57 PM

BenJammin: This kid needs mental health treatment, not prison.


He just needs a chance to not be a teenager and look back and think "What was I thinking?"
I spent a summer posing as nurse with a male buddy who posed as a doctor. We were 16. It was a small town; not much to do.

We'd go to the hospital, snag a couple of lab jackets, a couple of stethoscopes, pick-up charts and visit patients. We never tried to actually treat anyone. He'd babble on and I'd pretend to take notes and agree with his assessments. I'll never forget the day he told an old guy that if he didn't masturbate more often the pressure would blow his eyeballs out.
 
2012-11-15 01:34:36 PM
I could impersonate a Medical Assistant although no longer certified. They're the folks that take you to the exam room and take your vitals. They also take blood and do limited x-rays. They train for about 9 months. Its longer than a CNA. Oh PA? yeah they're under the doctor's license. If you want autonomy, be an NP
 
2012-11-15 01:43:00 PM

HailRobonia: AugieDoggyDaddy: What I find amzing is that he pulled this off for so long. He must have been doing the job right regardless of having an ID card. Is he such an inate genius that nobody noticed that he didn't have any medical training?

I believe a lot of the work is "pick this up... bring this here... deliver this to there... restock this.... find me a [blank]..."

And a lot of the training is probably safety regulations and procedures.


A PA is a physicians assistant. This typically requires a masters degree and they function in a practitioner role. They diagnose treat and prescribe. You are utterly incorrect.
 
2012-11-15 01:48:05 PM
physician's
 
2012-11-15 01:48:19 PM

Bender The Offender:
A PA is a physicians assistant. This typically requires a masters degree and they function in a practitioner role. They diagnose treat and prescribe. You are utterly incorrect.


Bah. I won't let your so-called "facts" get in the way of my superior speculation skills.
 
2012-11-15 01:55:11 PM

Diogenes: If I'm going through all that effort to pretend to be in some profession, I'm setting my sights a bit higher.

No offense to physician's assistants. We don't have enough of you.


This. And for the person involved in this case, you are an idiot. Thanks to your stupidity and falsification of credentials, no PA school will ever admit you.
 
2012-11-15 01:56:13 PM

gbv23: If you want autonomy, be an NP


NPs are not autonomous providers. They have to be under an MD as well.

The only licensed autonomous medical providers in the US are MDs and DOs.
 
2012-11-15 01:58:42 PM

ihelpwithapostrophes: physician's


And your work is done, here?
 
2012-11-15 02:02:21 PM

TwistedIvory: ytterbium: I concur with Forty-Two.

I should've concurred.


I'm not really a doctor....

I just play one in the bedroom.
 
2012-11-15 02:06:56 PM

Bender The Offender: HailRobonia: AugieDoggyDaddy: What I find amzing is that he pulled this off for so long. He must have been doing the job right regardless of having an ID card. Is he such an inate genius that nobody noticed that he didn't have any medical training?

I believe a lot of the work is "pick this up... bring this here... deliver this to there... restock this.... find me a [blank]..."

And a lot of the training is probably safety regulations and procedures.

A PA is a physicians assistant. This typically requires a masters degree and they function in a practitioner role. They diagnose treat and prescribe. You are utterly incorrect.


Correct and in practices that use them it's usually the PA does all the work and the MD gets all the money. As someone else mentioned, becoming a nurse practitioner is more lucrative and rewarding. A friend of mine became a PA because he didn't want to spend the time to become an RN and then have to go to NP school. He wishes he had.
 
2012-11-15 02:07:14 PM

Lunaville: BenJammin: This kid needs mental health treatment, not prison.

He just needs a chance to not be a teenager and look back and think "What was I thinking?"
I spent a summer posing as nurse with a male buddy who posed as a doctor. We were 16. It was a small town; not much to do.

We'd go to the hospital, snag a couple of lab jackets, a couple of stethoscopes, pick-up charts and visit patients. We never tried to actually treat anyone. He'd babble on and I'd pretend to take notes and agree with his assessments. I'll never forget the day he told an old guy that if he didn't masturbate more often the pressure would blow his eyeballs out.


Was this after you were already arrested for doing it?
 
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