Waukesha Doctor Banned from Obstetrics After Performing Improper Treatments
Dr. Victoria Mondloch, who has a clinic in Waukesha, has been reprimanded by the board after a Wisconsin State Journal series revealed a number of improper treatments that include a baby being cut in the head during delivery.
A Waukesha doctor is banned from obstetrics work after a Wisconsin State Journal series revealed years of improper treatments performed on women and babies led to a number of medical problems.
The Wisconsin Medical Examining Board also fined Dr. Victoria Mondloch $2,000, the newspaper reported.
Records revealed Mondloch, who runs an independent clinic in Waukesha, improperly treated a number of patients from 2002 to 2010.
According to a State Journal case study on Mondloch, some of the treatments resulted in a misdiagnose leading to an unnecessary surgery; improperly managing bleeding; cutting a baby in the head during delivery; and delivering twins vaginally despite signs of distress. One twin was born with significant brain injuries, and the other was stillborn.
After the Wisconsin State Journal released its series "Doctor Discipline,” the board ordered that Mondloch stop obstetrics care and refer patients who might be pregnant or have abnormal bleeding to another obstetrician/gynecologist.
She is allowed continue her office-based practice in Waukesha.