- Board of Registration in Medicine
Wakefield — At its meeting on March 25, 2021, the Massachusetts Board of Registration in Medicine took disciplinary action against the medical licenses of Joseph M. Toshach, M.D., Ban W. Kizy, M.D., and Maureen F. Martin, M.D.
The Board reprimanded Dr. Joseph M. Toshach’s license to practice medicine after he agreed in a Consent Order that he had been disciplined by the New Hampshire Board of Medicine for reasons substantially similar to those for which Massachusetts could impose discipline, to wit, conduct which places into question the physician’s competence to practice medicine and which undermines the public’s confidence in the integrity of the medical profession, as well as misconduct in the practice of medicine and malpractice. Dr. Toshach was first licensed to practice medicine in Massachusetts on August 6, 2008. He is also licensed to practice medicine in Maine, New Hampshire and New Jersey.
The Board accepted Dr. Ban W. Kizy’s resignation of her right to renew her medical license. She was first licensed to practice medicine in the Commonwealth in July 1996. Dr. Kizy last practiced medicine in Michigan.
The Board also accepted Dr. Maureen F. Martin’s resignation of her right to renew her medical license. Dr. Martin was first licensed to practice medicine in Massachusetts in May 1987. She last practiced medicine in California.
Resignation is a disciplinary action that permanently removes a physician from the practice of medicine.
The Massachusetts Board of Registration in Medicine licenses more than 40,000 physicians, osteopaths and acupuncturists. The Board was created in 1894 to protect the public health and safety by setting standards for the practice of medicine and ensuring that doctors who practice in the Commonwealth are appropriately qualified and competent. The Board investigates complaints and determines sanctions. More information is available at www.mass.gov/massmedboard, or you may contact the Board at email@example.com