IF you were a patient  in North Carolina who was treated  at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center or Forsyth Medical Center (in Winston Salem, North Carolina from 2009 -2012), and / or a patient treated at any urgent care clinic, including the Rapid Care in Sanford, North Carolina, which was staffed by medical staffing companies like Physicians Solutions and Carolina Locum Resources, in the years from 2005 through 2015, your health and your due process rights may have been impacted Dr. Arthur John Greenwood, a.k.a. USAF Major Arthur John Greenwood, MC.

For over a decade  Dr. Arthur John Greenwood, OBGYN, a.k.a. USAF major Arthur John Greenwood earned almost $250,000.00 (two hundred and fifty thousand dollars) from moonlighting illegally. While moonlighting illegally from 2006 through 2015, Dr. Arthur John Greenwood treated thousands of civilian patients in medical clinics all across North Carolina, including medical clinics staffed by Physicians Solutions, Carolina Locum Resources, and Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center.

While illegally moonlighting Dr. Arthur Greenwood systematically denied thousands of civilian North Carolina patients who were victims of violence and abuse their due process rights, because Dr. Greenwood did not and would not report violence and abuse – because doing so would call attention to the fact that he was illegally moonlighting, especially on such a massive scale – would have gotten him fired from the Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center OBGYN Residency Program and or court martialed for disobeying direct USAF orders which forbid moonlighting.

The risk to patients and the medical malpractice exposure from USAF Maj. Arthur John Greenwood’s illegal moonlighting can easily include over 25,000 patients, and may not be discovered for 10 to 20 years.

The unethical secret United States Air Force policies that allowed Arthur to hide from Service of Process utterly failed to protect me and thousands of North Carolina civilian medical patients who paid for services at urgent care clinics which employed Dr. Arthur John Greenwood from 2006 through 2015.

The North Carolina Medical Board and the United States Congress need to act, to expose and then abolish the unethical secret military policies, and other policies and practices which harm the public, most especially harming victims of domestic violence, spousal abuse and abuse of a vulnerable adult.