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Octomom’s doctor could lose medical license

The California Medical Board filed an official complaint against fertility specialist Dr. Michael Kamrava, the physician who implanted embryos into Nadya Suleman, also known as “Octomom” to the media.

Suleman gave birth to octuplets in January 2009, following the implantation of embryos in her by Dr. Kamrava. The board complaint states that Dr. Kamrava should have referred Suleman to a psychiatrist when she stated that she wished to add to her brood of six. The board also names another woman on whom Dr. Kamrava negligently performed embryo implantations.

The hearing next Monday could lead to the revocation or suspension of Dr. Kamrava’s medical license.

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Indiana doctor surrenders license

A Bloomington, Indiana doctor surrendered his license this week following accusations of illegally prescribing drugs and committing health care fraud.

The doctor agreed to do so after the Indiana state medical board off his special three-day hearing indefinitely.

Prosecutors expect the trial to begin in U.S. District Court next January. The doctor also faces charges from the Indiana Attorney Generals office of prescribing drugs that may have led to the deaths of several patients.

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Manhattan oncologist’s license reinstated

A Manhattan oncologist had his license reinstated by the Kansas State Board of Healing Arts this week following a one year suspension.

The suspension was originally given after a Riley County jury found the physician guilty of aggravated battery on a Kansas State University professor with whom he had a fight.

The doctor paid more than $2,300 in fines, received a psychiatric review, and completed 30 hours of anger management before the board voted on his reinstatement.

“[My client] has worked very hard to get to the point where he has gained the board’s trust again and I believe that their statement today shows that they do trust him to be a safe, competent, moral, and an ethical physician,” said Reitz’s attorney.

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Front Royal medical worker loses license

A Front Royal, North Virginia, medical worker’s license was suspended this week after she admitted to prescription fraud.

The Virginia Department of Health Professions “acted upon evidence” that the limited radiologic technologist had plead guilty to three county of prescription fraud in suspending the woman’s license.
Her practical nurse license was also suspended.

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Dalhart doctor loses license

A Dalhart, TX doctor’s practicing license was suspended for a month starting today following charges of falsifying drug test results and possession of marijuana.

Hospital staff noticed her acting strangely while on duty at Coon Memorial Hospital on August 27. She was asked to submit a drug test but the urine she gave testers did not meet test requirements. Hospitall staff found synthetic urine and instructions on how to beat a drug test in her coat pockets.

She was relieved of duties at the hospital that day. Police searched her home and found marijuana and other controlled substances.

Her license has been suspended for a month because her continued practice is deemed a threat to public welfare.

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Nurse on probation after prescription drug charge

A nurse has been sentenced to 10 days in jail, 18 months probation and 240 community service hours after being found guilty of writing false prescriptions.

The 24-year-old woman, who had a painkiller addiction, plead guilty to seven drug-related charges including two felony charges. The woman told the judge that she has been active in her recovery process and has been in drug treatment since January.

The charges were from incidents occurring from December 2007 to October 2009 and involved the drugs hydrocodone and oxycodone.

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Plea deal offered in psychiatrist’s prescription drug case

A former psychiatrist at the Canton-Potsdam hospital was offered a plea deal to settle the claims against him, according to the St. Lawrence County District Attorney. The doctor has been charged with over-prescribing medications including clonazepam and Ativan, as well as falsifying patient records from January 1, 2008 to November 2009.

The doctor has pleaded not-guilty of the charges and although he resigned his post in Canton, is still working in New York City and has his medical license. Attorneys for the defendant say that they are happy that the prosecutors took another look at the case, but they are not yet ready to agree to the charges issued in the plea deal.

Criminal charges can have a serious impact on your professional livelihood, and may result in the suspension or revocation of your professional license. If you have been accused of a crime, contact the medical license defense attorneys of the Leichter Law Firm PC at (512) 495-9995 to discuss your legal options.