A San Diego doctor’s medical license was suspended November 4 by the state’s medical board for taking inappropriate pictures of some of his patients, utsandiego.com reported.
Medical Board of California suspended the license of Doctor Jeffrey Joel Abrams for allegedly taking pictures, sometimes nude pictures, of his female patients. The interim suspension will last 30 days until a formal complaint can be filed with the board. The suspension will stand if criminal charges are filed against Abrams. A spokesman for the District Attorney’s Office was approached for a comment, but said that they cannot speak on an open case. Abrams also declined to comment.
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A medical practitioner in Norwood was recently suspended after being accused of practicing while impaired, WCVB 5 reported on September 15.
According to reports, Norwood Doctor John Fattore’s license was suspended by the Massachusetts Board of Registration in Medicine last September 10 over allegations that he practiced medicine while under the influence of intoxicants, thereby endangering the public. In a statement, the Norwood Hospital stated that they immediately removed Fattore from their medical staff after being notified by the medical board. Dr. Fattore has several days left to appeal this suspension.
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