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William  Scott  Husel

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8/21/2019 8:30 PM
Inactive
Suspended
Medical Board
Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO)
34.010969
07/12/2013
07/23/2018
10/01/2020
Dublin
OH
Yes
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02/13/19 CITATION - Based on allegations that the doctor undertook the care of six specified patients, to whom the doctor administered, or caused to be administered inappropriate and excessive doses of controlled substances, resulting in the death of the patients; and also based on the doctor’s failure to cooperate during an investigative office conference. Notice of Opportunity for a Hearing mailed 2/14/2019.

01/25/19 CITATION - Based on allegations that during or about February 2015 through November 2018, the doctor undertook the care of twenty-seven critically ill patients, which subsequently resulted in the termination of his employment after an internal investigation by the employer determined the medical treatment provided was below the standard of care and jeopardized the safety of patients when the patient’s received doses of controlled substances that significantly exceeded the acceptable dose range and were at fatal levels; also based on allegations that during January 2018, with respect to the care of one specified patient, the doctor ordered, administered or caused to be administered excessive doses of fentanyl and midazolam, resulting in the patient’s death; also based on allegations that during October 2018, with respect to the care of one specified patient, the doctor ordered, administered or caused to be administered excessive doses of fentanyl and hydromorphone, resulting in the patient’s death; and also based on the doctor’s failure to cooperate during an investigative office conference. Notice of Summary Suspension and Opportunity for Hearing mailed 1/25/2019.

01/25/19 PRE-HEARING SUSPENSION: Pursuant to Section 4731.22(G), osteopathic medical license summarily suspended based on the Board’s determination that there is clear and convincing evidence that doctor is in violation of Sections 4731.22(B)(2), 4731.22(B)(6), and/or 4731.22(B)(34), Ohio Revised Code, and that his continued practice presents a danger of immediate and serious harm to the public. Order effective 1/25/2019

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