Antisemitic Doctor Lara Kollab’s Big Lie
A few days ago, I reported how antisemitic doctor Lara Kollab was not accepted into Kern Medical after they determined she “breached her Match Participant Agreement when she submitted information that was false, misleading, and incomplete to Kern Medical during the interview and match process.”
I just assumed she did not disclose that she was fired from the Cleveland Clinic over her antisemitic tweets (including one that she would give Jews the wrong meds).
Now it’s been revealed what she did say on her application.
Dr. Lara Kollab, a first-year resident physician, was fired from her previous position at the Cleveland Clinic in September after allegedly making anti-Semitic remarks on social media over a period of years came to light, including tweeting in 2012 that she would “purposely give all the (Jews) the wrong meds.”
Months after her dismissal, Kollab — apparently trying to secure another residency position — was matched to KMC through a nationwide, computer-based organization that brings together young doctors seeking resident positions with residency programs across the country. But KMC barred Kollab from Kern Medical’s Internal Medicine Residency Program before she could be hired.
“As soon as it came to light, we notified her and made it clear she is not welcome at our institution,” Judd said.
According to Judd, Kollab lied on her application about why she left Cleveland Clinic, saying she left due to a death in the family.
I think she misspelled “wishing death upon others.” Although I guess what she said is technically true, if she considers her career a member of the family.
This woman clearly has no ethics and will say anything to save her own hide. Which makes her “apology” look even more insincere.
Hat tip: Ari