DR RICHARD FELDMAN Servicing the Needy

For decades, his work with patients extended to hours of volunteer service.

Servicing the Needy

For decades, his work with patients extended to hours of volunteer service. While a freshman in medical school, he collaborated with a medical student at Vanderbilt and a Resident M.D. at Vanderbilt to serve the underprivileged at the Rap Free Clinic. Through the donations they obtained, free care was provided. This clinic later became the federally funded Waverly Belmont Clinic, which still exists today serving low -income citizens. As a medical student, he traveled to Mississippi in the 1970s to provide free clinics of medical care to the underserved minority population. While a full time physician, he spent his Saturdays caring for the needy at the Salvation Army Clinic, which was initiated by Dr. George Perler. He opened his medical office doors to many who could not receive care in other locations – the outcasts of society at times, the prostitutes, the penniless, the uninsured. He saved lives; he gave hope for a healthy life; he helped people lose weight and gain confidence with healthy life choices of proper diet and weight loss.

   Dr. Feldman’s conscientious care of his patients assured that no malpractice cases were ever claimed. He has a solid record of no malpractice judgments in any state in which he practiced.

Dr Richard Feldman

No Criminal Case

Though some have attempted to bring frivolous criminal charges against Dr. Richard Feldman, not one case has held up under cross-examination..

Zero Malpractice

Dr. Feldman’s conscientious care of his patients assured that no malpractice cases were ever claimed. He has a solid record of no malpractice judgments in any state in which he practiced.

Medical Board

The attacks came in large measures – reviews before the Medical Board, which attacked his character. These were followed by disciplinary actions by the “Medical Mafia” as Richard Feldman, M.D. dubbed the Board. For someone had entered their state and succeeded in helping tens of thousands of patients reach healthy weight goals.

Richard  Feldman, M.D.

A lifetime of service to patients by Dr Richard Feldman, M.D. began with a medical degree from Meharry Medical College in 1975. For 35 years, Dr Feldman has dedicated his life to providing primary medical care and medically supervised weight loss to the community. His office has been open to those in need regardless of race, ethnicity, financial need, or social status. Richard served all who sought his care.

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