- The Parties' stipulation of facts was adopted in its entirety establishing that the Respondent had engaged in the practice of medicine with gross negligence with respect to Patients A & B.
- DALA recommends that the Board impose appropriate discipline where the Board proved that doctor was negligent on repeated occasions in connection with his care of a patient who had rising PSA levels and who subsequently was diagnosed with prostate cancer.
- The Board of Registration in Medicine has not met its burden of proving that the Respondent did not meet the standard of care in his treatment of Patient A, except for his failure to dictate his operative note until four months after surgery.
- The Board of Registration in Medicine has met its burden of proving that the Respondent’s treatment of Patients A-I included conduct that: fell below good and accepted medical practice standards; was tantamount to the commission of misconduct in the practice of medicine; undermines the public confidence in the integrity of the medical profession; and, calls into question her competence to practice obstetrics. Accordingly, the BRM has proven that the Respondent violated the statutory and regulatory sections Set forth in each of the three Statements of Allegations.
- Board had sufficient evidence for its Summary Suspension Order based on evidence of repeated malpractice.
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