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5/28/2022 12:44 AM
Doctor of Medicine (MD)
02/10/2021 PROBATION TERMINATED - Doctor’s request for approval of release from the terms of the 7/12/17 Board Order granted by vote of the Board on 2/10/21. Release effective immediately.
02/13/19 PROBATION MODIFIED - Doctor's request for approval of a reduction in the chart review requirement from ten charts per week to ten charts per month, granted by vote of the Board on 2/13/2019.
02/14/18 PROBATIONARY REQUEST - Doctor’s request for approval of monitoring physician, granted by vote of the Board on February 14, 2018. Frequency and number of chart reviews established at ten charts per week.
07/12/17 BOARD ORDER - Certificate to practice medicine and surgery suspended for a period of 180 days and subject to probationary terms, conditions and limitations for at least three years. Based on the finding that with respect to the care and treatment of fourteen patients, the doctor’s acts, conduct and/or omissions, individually and collectively, constitute: the commission of an act in the course of practice that constitutes a misdemeanor in this state, regardless of the jurisdiction in which the act was committed; and that the doctor violated, conspired to violate, any provisions of the Ohio Revised Code, or any rule promulgated by the board, to wit: Standards and Procedures for Review of OARRS; and that the doctor violated or attempted to violate, directly or indirectly, or assisted in or abetted the violation of, or conspired to violate any provisions or the Ohio Revised code, or rules of the board; and that the doctor, to wit: General Provisions; and that the doctor failed to maintain minimal standards applicable to the selection or administration of drugs, and departed from, or failed to conform to, minimal standards of care of similar practitioners under the same or similar circumstances, whether or not actual injury to a patient is established. Order effective 8/8/17.
12/09/2015: CITATION - Based on allegations that with respect to 14 specified patients doctor engaged in acts, conduct or omissions that constitute the commission of an act in the course of practice that constitutes a misdemeanor; that doctor violated Medical Board rules regarding Standards and Procedures for Review of OARRS and the general provisions for prescribing controlled substances; that doctor failed to maintain minimal standards applicable to the selection or administration of drugs and departed from or failed to conform to minimal standards of care of similar practitioners under the same or similar circumstances. Notice of Opportunity for Hearing mailed 12/10/15.