The Department of Health in Rhode Island has recently revoked the license of a doctor at Pawtuxet Valley Urgent Care after they found merit to a sexual misconduct claim that involved a 70-year-old woman.
According to officials in the case, the woman was having a stethoscopic examination when the doctor ‘touched her breasts’ and ‘partly lowered her pants without informing her’ first.
She claims that this examination was unnecessary because her symptoms were linked to bronchitis and pneumonia. Officials with the department have stated that the man’s license should be revoked because he is a ‘danger to the public.’
If you are in danger of losing your medical license, contact the Texas physician license defense lawyers of the Leichter Law Firm today by calling 512-495-9995.
In October nine Texas abortion doctors will go before a Texas Medical Board review panel after allegations of illegal disposal of patient records and other violations were reported.
The reports come from the anti-abortion, Christian activist group, “Operation Rescue,” which is based in Kansas. The organization claims that the Texas abortionists also improperly disposed of medical waste and violated state parental-involvement laws after a three month investigation. The review panel will allow the “Operation Rescue” and each doctor to share their side of the issue and then it will decide whether disciplinary actions are necessary.
If the Texas Medical Board believes there were violations, the physicians could be fined, require additional oversight, or be force to take continuing education classes.
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Nadya Suleman, known in the media as the Octomom, recently announced she was drugged when she signed papers her doctor gave her that allowed him to implant 12 embryos inside of her. She claims she was not lucid and on Valium and other drugs when her fertility doctor, Michael Kamarava, gave her the consent forms.
Kamarava lost his license last month, convicted by the state of “gross negligence and repeated negligent acts of an excessive number of embryo transfers.” Kamarava defends his actions, stating that Suleman wanted the embryos and was following through with his patient’s wishes.
If you or someone you know is a doctor in jeopardy of losing his or her medical license, contact the Texas physician license defense lawyers of the Leichter Law Firm PC at (512) 495-9995.
A Florida cardiologist recently had his medical license suspended because members of the Board of Medicine wanted to prevent him from performing stem cell transplants that have not been approved and have not been shown to work in the treatment of diseases.
The cardiologist began holding educational seminars to teach people about the usefulness of stem cells. He also began transplanting stem cells into the organs of disabled patients, with claims that it would cure their disabilities, although no research has proven that stem cells can cure or treat disabilities. His patients’ results were mixed, as one man got better and another died almost immediately following the surgery.
It is not clear if t he cardiologist will be incurring any legal action for his surgeries, or if he will lose his license, however, he is still performing surgeries in the Dominican Republic and holding seminars.
If you are a doctor who is in danger of losing your medical license, please contact the Texas medical license defense attorneys of the Leichter Law Firm at 512-495-9995.
A 72 year-old doctor in Niagara Falls lost his medical license after being arrested on charges of felony drug distribution. Some of the doctor’s former and current employees have also been arrested for allegedly dispensing drugs illegally.
The doctor is being accused of prescribing painkillers in large doses to patients that were not shown to actually need the drugs. He had already had previous trouble with the Health Department when they filed charges against him that claimed he had been incompetent in his treatment with many of his patients. Now, the doctor is facing prison time. He has plead not guilty.
If you are in danger of losing your medical license due to criminal charges, please contact the Texas physician criminal defense attorneys of the Leichter Law Firm today by calling 512-495-9995.
Michael Jackson’s physician, Dr. Conrad Murray, had his medical license revoked on January 11 for his alleged involvement in the star’s death.
Murray is facing criminal charges for manslaughter after administering a sedative to Michael Jackson that is believed to have been fatal to Jackson.
Propofol, the drug in question, can be addictive. Jackson had a history of addiction to pain killers dating back to 1993.
Losing your medical license can have a drastic effect on your livelihood and your career. If you are in danger of losing your professional license, contact the Texas medical license defense attorneys of the Leicther Law Firm today at (512) 495-9995.
Several months ago, the city of Grand Rapids passed a statute to require medical marijuana growers to procure licenses as home-based businesses. However, since that time, the city has not issued a single license. The new ordinance requires that the businesses obtain a $224 license and undergo regular inspections. The lone applicant was denied by city officials.
Some critics say that the terms of the new ordinance are too restrictive and that it was designed with the intent to drive these types of businesses out of the city. The state is home to 45,800 medical marijuana patients.
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The doctor who was criminally charged after Michael Jackson’s death will keep his Nevada medical license after a case involving child support payments was closed last week. He had been under recent investigation by a medical board in Nevada over allegations that he had provided falsified information about child support payments.
The doctor’s spokeswoman says that t he doctor believed he was complying with medical board regulations while he was negotiating payments with the mother of his child. He agreed to pay for the cost of the investigation and recieved an official repremand.
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