Medical Board ActionThe physician's medical license is limited precluding all patient contact and the practice of medicine clinical or otherwise. The physician may not use her medical license as a basis for practicing any other profession licensed or regulated by the New York State Board of Regents, Department of Health of Department of State.
Effective Date: 2/06/2013
Medical Board ActionNondisciplinary Order of Conditions. The physician's practice is limited to office based ophthalmology practice with certain specific office based surgical procedures as delineated in the Order of Conditions. The physician has completed the monitoring terms of her order effective March 10, 2015. The limitation remains in effect.
Effective Date: 10/30/2012
Medical Board ActionThe physician is censured and reprimanded and placed on probation for four years. The physician's license is limited precluding him from prescribing opiates, synthetic opiods and their analogues to any patient for more than a ninety day period. The physician may not issue or authorize a prescription for opiates for any patient after the 90th day that the patient's condition was first presented to the physician or to any of his affiliated medical practices. The physician's license is further limited allowing him to only prescribe benzodiazepines up to a ninety day period, after which he must consult with a board certified psychiatrist and obtain the psychiatrist's written approval to extend the prescription.
Effective Date: 7/07/2011
Medical Board ActionProbation for thirty months and $25,000 fine.The physician's license is permanently limited to preclude any general surgery and/or any intervention beyond that which can be done under local anesthesia, and any wound care practice is only permitted in a setting affiliated with a facility licensed under New York State Public Health Law Article 28. The physician completed the monitoring terms of his order effective May 18, 2013.
Effective Date: 5/19/2010
Medical Board ActionLicense suspension for six months after which probation commencing upon the active practice of medicine in New York State for five years and a permanent license limitation requiring that he only examine and/or treat a female patient in the presence of a chaperone and is precluded from performing pelvic examinations on female patients except when medically urgent and only in the presence of a chaperone.
Effective Date: 6/10/2003