If the conduct you allege is true, it would be better characterized as medical malpractice, not criminal behavior.
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It is not criminal in nature but could potentially be negligent. However, you do not mention an injury to the patient. Damages (an injury) is a requirement for a negligence claim.
This is not criminal behavior, but goes directly to the standard of care you received. Thus, it would be a medical malpractice matter.
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