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Public meeting Notice Licensing Committee Meeting – Topics of Discussion

Thursday, May 24, 2018
8 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.
  • Posted: May 17, 2018 11:46 a.m.
  • Last Updated: May 17, 2018 11:52 a.m.

Address

Board Room
200 Harvard Mill Square, Suite 330, Wakefield, MA 01880

Overview

Public Meeting of the Licensing Committee

Agenda

May 24, 2018

Presiding: Robin Richman, M.D. and Michael Medlock, M.D.

Public Session I

  • Minutes

Executive Session*

  • Minutes
  • Licensing Cases

Public Session II

  • Ravi Parikh, M.D. – Medical school probation, residency remediation
  • John Quatromoni, M.D. – Lapsed license over two years, no clinical practice for over 4 years
  • Omodamola Aje, M.D. – Request for waiver of substantial equivalency
  • Mohamad Abdalkader, M.D. – Temporary faculty license
  • Francesca Alvarez Calderon, M.D. – Request for joint degree waiver of the seven-year rule
  • Cristina Cellurale, M.D. – Request for joint degree waiver of the seven-year rule
  • Joel Fontanarosa, M.D. – Request for joint degree waiver of the seven-year rule
  • Lauren Frazer, M.D. – Request for joint degree waiver of the seven-year rule
  • Rahul Mahajan, M.D. – Request for joint degree waiver of the seven-year rule
  • Albert Mao, M.D. – Request for joint degree waiver of the seven-year rule
  • Martin Taylor, M.D. – Request for joint degree waiver of the seven-year rule
     
  • Items not reasonably anticipated by the Chair 48 hours in advance of the meeting
  • Scheduling of future meetings
  • Adjournment

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* The Committee will meet in Executive Session as authorized pursuant to M.G.L. chapter 30A, § 21(a)(1) and (7), for the purpose of discussing the reputation, character, physical condition or mental health, rather than the professional competence, of an individual, or to discuss the discipline or dismissal of, or complaints or charges brought against, a public officer, employee, staff member or individual.  Specifically, the Board will discuss and evaluate the reputation, character, physical condition or mental health, rather than professional competence, of applicants relevant to their applications for licensure and to discuss reports that are confidential pursuant to law.

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