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The Physicians That Make Incarceration of Toddlers and Children Possible

A Pediatrician at the Dilley children jail earns about $230,000.00 annually.

A Pediatrician at the Dilley children jail earns about $230,000.00 annually.

The below list was obtained from the names of physicians on a clients’ medical record and search results on the Texas State Medical Board public search tool. Following the list you will see the actual information provided by the State of Texas on these physicians and assistants:

Dr. Rochelle Flynn, MD. (Pediatrician)

Dr. Adolfo Carvajal, MD. (Pediatrician)

Dr. Alicia E. Mills, MD. (Pediatrician)

Dr. Rosa I. Colon. (Physician permit in Texas listed as terminated as of 07/29/2012)

Dr. Luis Ortega. (Does not appear as licensed to practice medicine in the State of Texas.)

Elizabeth Valdivia Carmona, Physicians Assistant.

An Nguyen, Pharmacist.

Dale Weaver, Physicians Assistant.

Peter Ibarra, Physicians Assistant.

Dr. Benjamin Aguilar, PhD.

Dr. Jon Krohmer, MD. (Licensed in Maryland. Chief supervisory physician of children in family detention)

Dr. Daniel Padilla Diaz, PhD. (In charge of mental health care of children detained at the Karnes jail, and alleged to have participated in grave professional misconduct as well as criminal activity in tampering with government records as described by a whistleblower.)

ICE must first obtain a “medically cleared for custody” determination from a person licensed to practice medicine in Texas before incarcerating a child.

The next list to be published will be registered nurses.

List of Physicians part 1

List of Physicians Part 2

Chief ICE Physician, Dr. Jon Krohmer, MD.

Chief ICE Physician, Dr. Jon Krohmer, MD.

Dr. Daniel Padilla Diaz, PhD.

Dr. Daniel Padilla Diaz, PhD.

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