Rockefeller University Hospital
On October 5, 2018, Rockefeller University Hospital released a statement regarding “inappropriate conduct” that Dr. Reginald Archibald engaged in during examinations of young patients, mostly boys. As is now clear, Dr. Archibald sexually abused many of his patients under the guise of medical care during his tenure at Rockefeller University Hospital from 1941-1946 and 1948-1982. Dr. Archibald died in 2007.
You can view the Rockefeller University Hospital’s statements regarding Dr. Archibald here: https://www.rucares.org/ra-information
You can read the New York Times coverage of this story here: https://www.nytimes.com/2018/10/18/nyregion/dr-reginald-archibald-rockefeller-abuse.html
In early October, the Hospital sent letters to as many of Dr. Archibald’s former patients as it could locate, asking them to share information about Dr. Archibald. Many, many patients have now shared stories of abuse by Archibald with the Hospital.
If you are a Dr. Archibald victim, you may be contacted by lawyers from Debevoise & Plimpton, a New York law firm hired by the Hospital. You are not required to speak with Debevoise. If you are contacted by Debevoise, you should immediately contact a lawyer to advise you and protect your legal rights.
We currently represent many of Dr. Archibald’s victims. If you or a loved one was a victim of Dr. Archibald, call us to schedule a consultation at 877-214-3238, or fill out the form.
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