The New York Times broke a story involving sexual abuse allegations surrounding Dr. Reginald Archibald, a retired physician who practiced at the Rockefeller University Hospital (RUH). The alleged assaults date back to the 1940s. If you were one of the many allegedly hurt by Dr. Reginald Archibald according to the New York Times, we would like to speak with you about your experiences and help you understand your legal options – call us at 1.800.755.0098.
For more than 30 years, parents sought the professional opinion of Dr. Reginald Archibald concerning their children’s health and well-being. Regarded as one of the country’s leading endocrinologists, Archibald practiced at the RUH from 1941 until 1982 with a brief tenure at John Hopkins University in 1946 until 1948.
On October 5, 2018, RUH issued a statement reporting that Archibald “engaged in certain inappropriate conduct during patient examinations.” According to this statement, his inappropriate conduct during examinations was first reported in the 1990s and again in 2004. Following the 2004 allegations, an outside firm investigated Archibald’s conduct.
Earlier in 2018, another allegation was leveled against Archibald. This claim was examined by the same outside firm alongside the previous allegations and reinforced their previous findings that Archibald’s behaviors concerning the patients involved were inappropriate.
IN THE NEWS
October 18, 2018: Update on Previously Announced Investigation regarding Dr. Archibald
October 19, 2018: Former patients accuse New York doctor of child sex abuse, cbsnews.com
HOW WE CAN HELP
If you were treated by Dr. Reginald Archibald, we want to hear your story. Zimmerman Reed is experienced in handling complex cases and we welcome your questions. Fill out a free case review or call us at 1.800.755.0098. We will review your experience to determine if you have a claim, at no cost to you.