IUD Removal Urgent Care Walk in Clinic Orlando 32819

Dr. Jain at Urgent care in Dr. phillips removes an IUD of a patient who is 35 year old.

A 35 year old patient came to the urgent care clinic to get her IUD removed because she was having some problems because she had hormonal IUD Mirena that releases levonorgestrel, which is a form of the hormone progestin. The patient was examined by Dr. Jain and IUD was taken out and the patient as very happy because she did not have to wait for an appointment with the gynecologist.

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Anemia and Medical Clearance at Walk in Medical Clinic

Dr. Jain is a medical director and our phone number is 407 876-5555. Dr. Jain has done many physical clearance which involves blood tests, X-rays, EKG and physical exams. It is important that all the tests are done for the clearance to avoid the complications from surgery. One of the important test before surgery is to check for anemia by doing hemoglobin level which is a part of CBC. The hemoglobin carries the oxygen to cells of the body. The Hemoglobin level of at least 12 is desirable before surgery to avoid complications. The hemoglobin level can be low from bleeding excessively during the periods and it can be built by eating food high in Iron content and also by taking Iron supplements.

Dr. Jain has been doing medical clearance and advises to take the vitamins and iron supplements to get the best healing and outcome.

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Clearance for Cosmetic Surgery at Walk-in Clinic Orlando

Dr. Usha Jain is a medical director of the Emergi-Care Walk-in Clinic in Orlando, 407 876-5555. The clearance for cosmetic surgery can be done efficiently. All the tests required are done at the medical center and results can be given as early as the next day. Dr. Jain specializes in emergency medicine and anti-aging medicine.

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Risk of Coronavirus by Mailing in Post Office by Dr. Jain

Dr. Jain is an expert in taking care of emergencies and has been serving the community for 36 years. Dr. Jain’s experience started with her work in the emergency room in Chicago and later on in Orlando. At present Dr. Jain is the director of the Emergi-Care Medical Center.

Dr. Jain takes care of many patients with cold, cough and pneumonia.

Dr. Jain advises her patients to follow the CDC guidelines to decrease the exposure of COVID-19 especially during the stay-at-home order during the lockdown.

The increased risk to go to the post office to mail the papers of different weight could be very dangerous because the person has to stand in the line with the general public to get the calculation of the postage stamps according to the weight and touch myriads of surfaces which are not cleaned after the visit of each person.

If you are a self-representing citizen, then request for electronic filing through the CM/ECF system of the court and do not let the court give the advice to send the papers by mail. This advice would be in conflict with the CDC guidelines for the safety of the lives of the self-representing citizens. It is an abuse of discretion and bias of a judge against the pro se representation.

Federal Judge Mendoza has provided the same advice to mail the papers where you have to stand in the line to check the weight of the papers. This advice DOWNPLAYS the risk of exposure and is also against the CDC guidelines. Magistrate Leslie Hoffman and District Judge Mendoza have denied the electronic filing, which has zero exposure and risk free.

The other judges in the District courts in Florida, including Orlando have granted electronic filing freely to self-representing citizen even when COVID-19 was not there. Stand up for the Constitution of equal opportunity and equal protection under law

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Electronic Filing to Pro Se Citizens in Federal Court

Dr. Usha Jain is a dedicated, passionate physician who specializes in Emergency Medicine, Anti-aging, and Pediatrics who works at the Emergi-Care Walk-in Medical Clinic for 36 years, seven days a week and previously worked in the emergency room for eight years at Orlando Health and in Chicago.

Dr. Usha Jain considers helping patient all day in emergent situation is a blessing for her. People, who get helped in the emergent situation, bless her every day and that produces joy for Dr. Jain.

Dr. Jain is going beyond her scope to help the Constitution of this Country.

The First Amendment provides you the right to represent yourself for redress the grievances against the Government but that right has no meaning if the self-representing citizens are not given equal opportunity, equal protection, and justice for all. Case Management and Electronic Court Filing (CM/ECF) system of the Federal Court is only accessible to the citizens who are represented by lawyers and not to the self-representing citizens. Pro se litigants have a right to represent themselves in the federal court but are not allowed to file documents electronically via Case Management/ Electronic Court Filing System (CM/ECF). Pro se litigants can receive the orders only by mail and can ONLY be allowed to file electronically with permission from the court. Receiving the orders in real-time electronically will give the citizens the same benefit as those represented by counsel and allow the case to proceed more efficiently. Orders cannot be received instantly in real-time like the attorneys will get and can be received only via mail and can take up to five to seven days.

The access to electronic filing is especially important during the national emergency and stay-at-home order by Governor DeSantis and the Mayor of Orlando. The Judges and attorneys do not consider safety for the lives of the self-representing citizens and deny them access to the electronic filing system of the court. The electronic filing would provide no risk to exposure to coronavirus but furthermore, the suggestion to send the filing via US mail conflicts with the CDC Guidelines. Submitting the documents via US mail which would require a visit to the US Post Office. and this advice creates a high risk of exposure to COVID-19 for high-risk citizens who must stand in the line with the general public, obtain postage rate and stamps according to the weight from a clerk, and touch surfaces not sanitized. Thus, mailing has a huge risk of exposure. Judge Mendoza an Article 3 Judge and Magistrate Leslie Hoffman have denied the electronic filing to pro se in the Federal Case in the Middle District of Orlando. The same court has granted the electronic privilege to White Pro se but did not grant the same electronic filing to a pro se of color. Standing up against the violation of statutory rights is not easy but it is necessary to keep the Justice System of America great. All the citizens must stand up for the constitution and make the people accountable for their violations otherwise with abuse of power; they would not face any consequences but will be rewarded for their wrongdoings. (That happens only in the third world countries.)

Dr. Usha Jain is a dedicated, passionate physician who specializes in Emergency Medicine, Anti- aging and Pediatrics who works at the Emergi-Care Walk in Medical Clinic for 36 years, seven days a week and previously worked in emergency room for eight years.

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Dr. Jain’s Self-Representation for Electronic Sign of Walk-in Clinic

Dr. Jain is a founder and CEO of Emegi-Care Medical Center, a walk-in clinic, in Orlando. The land and building are owned by the Jains. There is a grandfather electronic sign at the clinic, which was defended and won by Dr. Jain, representing herself against county officials (efforts to uphold the Constitutional rights of the citizens).

Dr. Jain is a proud American citizen who has proved that America is the best country to live in where the citizen gets the Constitutional rights and can defend the claim against even Govt. Officials. Dr. Jain has proved that by her hard work of learning the ordinance, statutes of Florida and Federal Statutory rights can pay off by winning the claim even against the Govt. Officials.

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Immigration USCIS Exams by Dr. Usha Jain Orlando

Dr. Usha Jain is a medical director of the Emergi-Care Medical Center in Orlando.

Dr. Usha Jain is an approved civil surgeon to perform the immigration medical exam for USCIS which involves a physical exam, blood draw, vaccinations, and urine test. The papers are given in a sealed envelope for the immigration office in three days. This is a simple process and there is no need for anxiety.

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Medical Clearance for Plastic Surgery at Walk-in Clinic in Orlando

Dr. Usha Jain of Emergi-Care Walk-in Medical Center is doing medical clearance for surgery and can do all of your blood tests, x-rays, and EKG at the medical clinic and you do not have to go to different places. During Covid-19 Dr. Usha Jain of Walk-in medical clinic sees, ONLY, the patients who need physical, blood pressure medicine and hormones, etc. At the present time, Dr. Jain does not see the patients with cold, cough, fever, and headache (COVID-19 symptoms). If you are coming for other reasons, then you are safe. Right now, we are only seeing patients with appointments.

Due to COVID-19, we are accepting patients only by an appointment. We are not offering COVID-19 tests and anyone with possible symptoms of COVID should visit the medical center which is offering COVID-19 tests. This is done with abundant precautions to prevent exposure to coronavirus to other patients who just come for physicals and not for sickness.

Dr. Usha Jain sees patients who need physicals for surgical clearance for plastic surgery
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CDC Guidelines to Mitigate COVID-19 Spread by Dr. Jain at Walk-in Clinic Orlando

Dr. Usha Jain is an expert in making a diagnosis and treating medical conditions with knowledge of traditional medicine integrated with natural medicine, the logic of common sense, and with respect to the informed decision by a symbiotic partnership with the patient.

During COVID-19 pandemic crisis, Dr. Jain urges everyone to follow the CDC Guidelines:

 On March 12, 2020 titled “Implementation of Mitigation Strategies for Communities with Local COVID-19 Transmission.” In that document, they listed the underlying conditions that could put a person at greater risk of developing severe COVID-19. The CDC noted that the goals of mitigation include slowing the transmission and protecting people at increased risk, including older persons and “persons of any age with underlying health conditions.”

Older adults are also considered in the category of underlying conditions.

The CDC specifically calls out diabetes, heart disease, and lung disease as common underlying conditions here. For anyone who falls under these categories, the CDC recommends that you have supplies and necessary medicine on hand now including over-the-counter medicine and have enough household items and groceries “to stay at home for a period of time.”

In short, underlying conditions can include chronic liver disease, blood disorders, chronic kidney disease, a compromised immune system, current or recent pregnancy, endocrine disorders like diabetes mellitus, metabolic disorders, heart disease, lung disease (including asthma and COPD, chronic bronchitis, or emphysema), and neurological conditions like cerebral palsy, spinal cord injury, or epilepsy.

This guidelines needs to be taken seriously to save the lives specially if the person is old with diabetes mellitus which is very common.

The CDC specifically calls out diabetes, heart disease, and lung disease as common underlying conditions here. For anyone who falls under these categories, the CDC recommends that you have supplies and necessary medicine on hand now including over-the-counter medicine and have enough household items and groceries “to stay at home for a period of time.”

Dr. Jain and Mr. Jain are in the category of an underlying condition with diabetes mellitus and have strictly implemented this in their routine for the last several months. The only exception was, when Federal Judge Mendoza, against the guidelines of the CDC, refused to grant electronic filing through CM/ECF system of the court to Dr. Jain and Mr. Jain. Dr. Jain was forced to file the documents in the case of the Constitutional violation and have to risk their lives or lose the case.

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Dr. Jain of Walk-in Clinic Believer of the Constitutional Rights

Dr. Usha Jain is an expert in emergency medicine, anti-aging, and pediatrics. Dr. Jain is a medical director and serves the community for emergency medical needs for thirty-six years at Emergi-care Medical Center in Dr. Phillips area. Dr. Jain serves the community seven days a week and her primary goal is the practice of medicine forever.

Dr. Jain also stands on the ground to preserve the Constitution of this country because some of the Govt. official will abuse their power and would disregard the Constitution. At present Dr. Jain is helping in rulemaking for the self-representing citizens for equal rights in filing electronically in the Federal Court which is prejudicial especially during COVID-19.

Dr. Jain had fought many frivolous claims of her hotels where attorneys are after the money and settlement. It is not easy but has to be done to fight corruption. The following of some of the work of Dr. Jain:

1 had won two claims in the Federal Court for her husband’s hotel by herself:

2. Dr. Jain defended and won the case against Orange County against her permitted sign of her clinic;

3. Also, won the claim against attorney Rick Strong who abused his power as an attorney of the health department.

4. Also, won the case against yellow pages who wanted to charge for advertisement which were not done.

5. Dr. Jain also fought the homeowner’s case and won the case before it made through the court.

6. Dr. Jain’s standing for the Constitution will continue.

Dr. Jain advocates all the citizens standing their ground for preserving the Constitution. Dr. Jain has written a letter to the Rulemaking committee for the rights of self-representing citizens. Please see the letter sent by Dr. Jain to the Rulemaking Committee.

Letter to Rulemaking Committee
Dr. Usha Jain, Board certified in Emergency Medicine, Anti-aging, and Pediatrics
Date June 23, 2020
Rebecca A. Womelsdorf, Secretary
Committee on Rules of Practice and Procedure
United States Judicial Conference
One Columbus Circle, NE
Washington, D.C. 20544
Via email: RulesCommittee_Secretary@ao.uscourts.gov


Re: Comment on Emergency Rulemaking and URGENT Efforts to prevent the spread of deadly COVID-19 and related deaths
Respected Ms. Womelsdorf:

As a concerned board-certified emergency medicine physician, I respectfully request that you, as a member of the rulemaking committee, facilitate an administrative change allowing self-representing people to file electronically in the Federal Court so that self-representing people have equal access to filing and receive the real-time orders of the court. This is especially relevant during the current tragic times of global pandemic and the spread of COVID-19.
The risk of exposure and spread of the deadly virus is increased when people are required to visit the post office to mail the paper filings as they must stand in line with those who may be infected in order to calculate and purchase postage or they must touch unsanitized self-service machines that are touched by many others each hour. Hand delivery to the court also increases exposure to other members of the public unknown to them as well as employees.
The appellate Federal Court (11th Circuit) and state court both allow filing electronically for self-representing citizens. Because electronic filing has ZERO risks for spreading COVID-19 and thus could help prevent the spread of the deadly disease, I urge you to allow the Federal Court, by administrative order, to provide the electronic filing option to self-representing citizens.
There are GUIDELINES set forth by the CDC, FL Surgeon General, President Trump and Florida Governor DeSantis, and many other leaders and experts to prevent the spread of coronavirus. These guidelines have included closing government offices when possible and having many employees work remotely and electronically. Electronic filing for self-representing citizens would also help those with medical conditions, physical limitations, and handicapped status. It would “level the playing field” for those who
choose not to hire an attorney.
I humbly request that you evaluate and use logical reasoning for equal opportunity to pro see litigants. This would increase judicial efficiency, lessen hardship due to medical disability and now to protect the safety of lives of prose litigants, especially those over 70 with comorbid
conditions and high risk of mortality.
Gratefully yours,
Dr. Usha Jain
Compelling Reasons for the Changes in our Democracy
Inherent Prejudice to Prose Litigants due to Risk of Safety of Lives, Hardship due to Medical Disability, Real-Time Lag in receiving the Orders, and Unequal Opportunity to Access the Court.
In Federal Court in Orlando, electronic filing is only for attorneys and the only option for pro se is via postal mail or hand delivery for filing motions and receiving orders. This inequality has inherent prejudice to citizens who are representing themselves in the court (pro se).
Following are the compelling concerns:
A. Risk of the safety of lives from exposure from COVID-19
Not allowing pro se litigants to file electronically conflicts with the GUIDELINES set forth by the CDC, FL Surgeon General, President Trump, and Governor DeSantis to prevent the spread of coronavirus as well reckless disregard to lives of the citizens from exposure to
COVID-19.

  1. Mailing exposes risk for coronavirus as one has to stand in the line with the general public to get an estimate of postage for the weight of papers which varies with every filing;
  2. Plaintiffs have to leave in fear from exposure of coronavirus;
  3. Delivery to the courthouse has a similar higher risk
    The above risks are higher if a prose litigant is in a high-risk group due to their age and medical conditions like diabetes, high blood pressure, kidney, and heart conditions.
    B. Prejudice due to Medically disable prose litigants and Undue Hardship:
  4. This prejudice toward medically disabled litigants is against the guidelines to
    accommodate disabled citizens, as the disabled person still has to drive and walk either to the post office or courthouse. In our democracy, citizens should be aided in their path for justice and accommodations should be made for those with physical
    and/or health issues so that they may obtain the same justice as those without such issues.
  5. If the accommodation of electronic filing can be granted at the discretion of the judge, it seems reasonable that this is an appropriate accommodation for those with a medical disability.
    C. Prejudice and risk of Technical Default due to not Receiving the Orders Timely
    Prose litigants are subject to the risk of lost mail, clerical error, misdeliveries, etc. Pro se litigants receive the order in the mail which may take several days and may not come in the mail. Once again, this is not equal access. Prose litigants are penalized for not having access to electronic delivery of the court order. Those represented by counsel are given this electronic access and are NOT subject to that risk.
    D. Unequal Justice and Violation of First Amendment Rights
    The prose citizens should be allowed equal access to electronic filing. Granting access only to attorneys is unwise since it is attorneys who are least in need of such service; rather, the pro se litigants who might have mobility or cost issues would need such access the most. This is a violation of the 1st Amendment rights of the citizens.
    Also, for the service of the Order, in electronic filing, the document automatically comes to your email address and would be seen right away vs waiting for the mail for several days risking the physical loss of the mail as it changes hands frequently. Attorneys get more time to file; they are permitted to file by midnight vs prose citizens who have to reach to the court by 4 pm to avoid default. Mail also has uncertainty and the extra burden of cost (legal carriers or mailing by certified mail).
    Because lawyers and courts are so intertwined, there seems to be a bias that legal professionals are needed for access to the court. This is neither democracy nor our law but maybe a bias. Pro se citizens should be allowed equal access to the court system by electronic filing.
    The prose citizens should be given equal access to the current electronic filing procedures afforded to others, and this is especially critical during a time of national pandemic and threat of exposure to deadly COVID-19 virus. The infrastructure for electronic filing exists, the pro se citizens who own the technology required to utilize the system in place for electronic filing should be able to use the court system currently being used by counsel for the benefit of other citizens as well as by some other citizens approved by a judge.
    Finally, lack of equal access opens the door for manipulation of technical default for pro se citizens. If some judges have predetermined opinion regarding prose litigants, they can refuse
    electronic access to prose and the case can be easily be manipulated for technical default for pro se citizens. Other judges grant access to prose litigants, further deteriorating equal access for some. Some have been denied equal access even after showing undue medical hardship and among COVID-19 risks during a stay-at-home order.
    The following are the statements by other people in favor of electronic filing:
    From: Buck Maker
    To: Rules Committee Secretary
    Subject: emergency rules
    Date: Monday, May 11, 2020, 8:17:35 AM
    Rather than use the pandemic to make access to courts more restricted than it is now, you might make it more open by allowing all plaintiffs to file electronically, without the favor of lawyers, or fear of the pro se, especially, who are routinely, treated like “trash” in the notorious words of
    your former Justice Posner.
    Sent from Mail for Windows 10
    ___________________________________________________________________ From: David Michaels
    To: Rules Committee Secretary
    Subject: Proposed Rule Amendment
    Date: Thursday, May 07, 2020, 12:32:55 PM
    Dear US Courts:
    Please pass a rule that requires all district courts to allow any party to a proceeding to electronically file documents in their proceeding, even if they are self-represented parties acting
    pro se. The WDNY has a local rule that requires prose litigants to file documents either in person or by mail. This creates a disadvantage for a party when there are time constraints or tight filing deadlines. Thank you,
    David Michaels, J.D
    ___________________________________________________________________ From: Lemuel Bray
    To: Rules Committee Secretary
    Subject: Prose CM/ECF privileges
    Date: Thursday, May 07, 2020, 12:21:15 PM
    Recommend Prose litigants be granted CM/ECF privileges if they meet rules and decorum in
    filing in a trial period. No frivolous filing accepted and frivolous and impropriety filings a reason
    for withdrawal of the privilege on the order of a clerk.
    Lemuel C Bray
    _________________________________________________________________________From: Andrew Straw
    Sent: Thursday, May 07, 2020 12:38 PM
    To: Rules Committee Secretary
    Subject: COVID-19 and US Courts Rule Changes
    I am interested principally in prose litigants and disabled court participants. All court filings should be electronic (email or CM/ECF) for all prose filers. All prose litigants should automatically be enrolled in “one free look.”
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Preoperative Medical Clearance Blood Work, EKG, and Xray by Dr. Jain Walk-in Clinic Near Me

Dr. Usha Jain operates a walk-in clinic for 30 years and has done medical clearance for surgery including plastic surgery for the patients who are going to Miami.

Dr. Jain is an expert in doing the clearance and can do lab work, x-ray, and EKG at the same time and clearance can be provided in two days.

We can do all the lab work: CBC, CMP, PT, PTT, HCG, HIV, Hepatitis antibodies, etc.

Chest X-ray and EKG is done on-site as well.

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