A medical resident at the Cleveland Clinic who wrote scores of anti-Semitic social media posts no longer works at the medical center.
Since the firing, the woman deleted her social media accounts, though some of them were preserved.
A Cleveland hospital spoke out against one of their former medical residents after a number of anti-Semitic social media posts surfaced, including one that appeared to include a threat to intentionally harm Jewish patients. "We fully embrace diversity, inclusion and a culture of safety and respect across our entire health system", the statement said.
In January 2012, she wrote: "ill purposely give all the yahood [Jews] the wrong meds...' [sic], and in October that year she said the Holocaust had been 'exaggerated". It also emphasized that she was under constant supervision during her residency, an apparent response to her tweet about giving Jewish people incorrect medication.
"I don't mean to sound insensitive but I have a REALLY hard time feeling bad about Holocaust seeing as the people who were in it now kill my people", she wrote in 2012. After discovering the posts, the hospital said it had conducted an internal review and placed her under administrative leave.
The State Medical Board of OH says Kollab has been working with a training certificate issued in July 2018. Canary Mission says Kollab supports SJP.
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Kollab, who is from Westlake, Ohio and is of Palestinian heritage, was awarded her medical degree by Touro College previous year, which is a Jewish-affiliated college.
"In no way do these beliefs reflect those of our organization", The Cleveland Clinic said in a statement, adding that it took immediate action when it learned of the posts and that Kollab has not worked at the hospital since September.
Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine in New York City where Kollab graduated past year was mortified by Kollab's twisted views.
The purported Twitter account of Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine also acknowledged that Kollab is one of its alums and denounced her tweets.
As a medical student, Kollab posted under the Twitter pseudonym Elle Kay - which is believed to represent her initials L.K., according to Fox News.
The Cleveland Clinic released a statement condemning Kollab's comments and the medical facility distanced itself from her views.