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Doctor Discipline Database

By Eric S. Peterson
Posted // September 23,2010 -

This list allows health consumers to easily search names of Utah physicians and surgeons whose licenses have been sanctioned by the Utah Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing. It is provided to help consumers learn about license violations, including drug problems, sexual harassment histories, malpractice allegations and other complaints.

This database contains information for Utah physicians and surgeons whose licenses have been sanctioned since Jan. 1, 2000. This database will be refreshed monthly as the Utah Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing releases updates.

Please note, these records are compiled from the Utah Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing's discipline newsletters. Records of deceased doctors are not included. The records below summarize primary complaints only. City Weekly does not warranty the accuracy of the information contained within the DOPL newsletters and has not done an independent investigation to verify their accuracy. If you believe any information contained in this list is inaccurate, please contact DOPL at www.dopl.utah.gov .

For full discipline files, or to search for complaints prior to 2000, visit www.dopl.utah.gov.

For the purposes of this database, it's useful to understand a few definitions.

Probation: A doctor can practice while under probation but with set restrictions on his/her license.
Suspension: A doctor can't practice under suspension, but a suspension terminates after a set time period or after certain conditions are satisfied.
Revocation: An indefinite suspension of a doctor's privileges to practice medicine and/or administer controlled substances. Under some circumstances, doctors whose licenses have been revoked may be reinstated.

To find a doctor by surname, press the control key and the letter F (ctrl f) on a PC; on Mac, use Apple f. Or, click on the letter of the doctor's last name to browse.

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Adamson, Theron Bradford

License Status:
ACTIVE
On Probation

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: In January 2013 Respondent was disciplined by the Colorado Medical Board for improper communications with a female patient in April 2012 and violating appropriate boundaries between a physician and patient.
Order:A license to practice as a physician/surgeon was issued to Respondent. Said license was revoked with a stay of enforcement on the revocation. Said license was placed on probation for five years with conditions.
Date: March 10, 2014
Albertson, Daniel Joseph

License Status:
ACTIVE
Reinstated Nov. 6, 2013

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent's license to practice as a physician/surgeon was disciplined by the Nebraska Medical board in September 2008.
Order: A license to practice as a physician and surgeon was issued and placed on probation for three years with conditions.
Date: March 1, 2012

Allen, Glori

License Status:
ACTIVE

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent engaged in unprofessional and unlawful conduct by failing to maintain records of controlled substances received by her. Respondent also ingested some of the controlled substance samples she received without having a valid prescription for the controlled substance.
Order: Respondent was given a public reprimand for the above conduct and ordered to complete a prescribing course and a recordkeeping course within one year.
Date: August 20, 2009

Allredge, Layton O.

License Status:
ACTIVE

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent engaged in unprofessional conduct when he engaged in a romantic relationship with Jane Doe while he treated and prescribed controlled substances to her. Respondent also failed to maintain adequate medical records regarding his treatment and prescribing to Jane Doe.
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances were given a public reprimand. Respondent was also ordered to pay a $,1000 fine within 90 days. Respondent is also required to complete a professional boundaries course, which he completed on December 1, 2012. Respondent was also ordered to cease and desist from engaging in the unprofessional conduct identified in the Stipulation and Order.
Date: April 11, 2013
Anderson, David Max

License Status:
ACTIVE
On probation

Most Recent Action
Amended Order:A license to prescribe and administer controlled substances Schedules 2-5 relating to his physician/surgeon license was issued. Said license was placed on probation subject to the probationary conditions identified in the October 31, 2011 Stipulation and Order
Date: September 6, 2013

Previous Discipline
Amended Order:The suspension on Respondent's license to practice as a physician/surgeon was terminated and said license was placed on probation for five years subject to the conditions outlined in the October 31, 2011 Stipulation and Order.
Date: November 22, 2011

Previous Discipline
Cause of Action: Allegations Respondent abused Schedule II controlled substances and engaged in other unprofessional conduct that relates to his licenses to practice as a dentist and to administer and prescribe controlled substances. While neither admitting nor denying the Division's findings of fact, agreed to the following:
Order: Respondent's license to practice as a physician/surgeon was revoked with a stay of enforcement on the revocation. Said physician/surgeon license will be suspended effective November 9, 2011 and will remain suspended until conditions outlined in this Order have been completed. Following the period of suspension, said physician/surgeon license will be placed on probation for five years with conditions and restrictions. Respondent is also required to submit a physician/surgeon controlled substance license application once conditions outlined in this Order have been completed.
Date: October 31, 2011
Andrew, Larry Glen

License Status:
ACTIVE

Reinstated: December 11, 2012

Reinstatement order:The probation on Respondent's licenses to practice as an osteopathic physician and surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances was terminated and
said licenses were reinstated with full privileges.

Date: December 11, 2012

Most Recent Discipline
Amended Stipulation/Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as an osteopathic physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances are now placed On probation for three years with conditions and restrictions.
Date: December 17, 2009

Previous Discipline
Amended Order: The suspension on Respondent's licenses to practice as an osteopathic physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances was terminated retroactive to September 28, 2007. Respondent's licenses were placed on probation for five years subject to the conditions and restrictions identified in the September 27, 2007 Stipulation and Order.
Date: October 4, 2007

Previous Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent's continued practice represents an immediate and significant danger to the public health, safety and welfare.
Emergency Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as an osteopathic physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances were immediately suspended pending a further order of the Division.
Date: December 23, 2005

Anthony, Layfe R.

License Status:
REVOKED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent engaged in unprofessional and unlawful conduct in his practice of medicine with respect to controlled substance violations, engaging in a relationship with a patient and disciplinary action taken against Respondent by Nevada licensing authorities.
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances were revoked effective the date of the Order.
Date: January 28, 2009

Previous Discipline
Cause of Action: Between July 1997 and August 2001 Respondent performed medical procedures and/or provided patient care regarding five patients in a manner evidencing a lack of professional competence such that professional reeducation is required.
Order: The suspension on Respondent's license to practice as a physician/surgeon was terminated and said license was placed On probation for five years with conditions and restrictions. The suspension on Respondent's license to prescribe and administer controlled substances Schedules IV and V only was also terminated and said license was placed On probation for five years with conditions . Respondent's ability to prescribe and administer controlled substances Schedules II and III will remain suspended for an additional 12 months from the date of the Order.
Date: August 26, 2003

Previous Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent performed surgery on a patient when his restricted license to practice as a physician/surgeon prohibits him from the practice of surgery and from prescribing and administering controlled substances.
Emergency order: Respondent's restricted license to practice as a physician/surgeon was immediately suspended pending further order of the Division.
Date: August 31, 2001
Aune, David L

License Status:
ACTIVE
Reinstated August 20, 2009

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Order: Respondent has overused Lortab and Oxycontin and engaged in inappropriate prescribing practices to obtain controlled substances.
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances were suspended with a stay of enforcement on the suspension. Said licenses were placed On probation for five years with conditions and restrictions.
Date: May 8, 2006
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Babb, Stephen R.

License Status:
REVOKED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent failed to comply with terms and conditions of a diversion agreement which Respondent had entered to assist him in resolving a substance abuse problem.
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to prescribe and administer controlled substances were revoked effective the date of the Order.
Date: September 30, 2002

Previous Discipline
Cause of Action: In February 2000 Respondent was placed on medical disability by his neurologist due to intractable/refractory epilepsy, thus rendering him incapable of carrying out the functions of a physician/surgeon at the present time.
Order: Respondent agreed not to practice medicine or administer and prescribe controlled substances until he has submitted evidence to the Board and is approved by the Board as being cleared medically to return to the practice of medicine.
Date: March 29, 2000
Bailey, Stanton A.

License Status:
ACTIVE
Reinstated November 13, 2008

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent failed to comply with terms of a diversion agreement and that agreement was terminated in March 2003. Respondent continues to have a substance abuse problem that, if left untreated, may impair his ability to practice medicine safely.
Order: Respondent was ordered to pay a $1,000 fine within 90 days. Respondent's license to practice as a physician/surgeon was revoked with a stay of enforcement on the revocation. Said license was placed on probation for five years with conditions and restrictions.
Date: June 6, 2003
Baird, Ronald L.

License Status:
ACTIVE
On probation

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent had previously surrendered his licenses in February 2010 in Case No. DOPL-2010-52.
Order: Licenses to practice as an osteopathic physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances were issued to Respondent. Said licenses were placed on probation for five years with conditions and restrictions
Date: October 25, 2013

Previous Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent engaged in unprofessional conduct by entering into at least five inappropriate sexual relationships with patients and coworkers.
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as an osteopathic physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances will be surrendered effective 30 calendar days from the date the Order was signed by the Division, which will be March 25, 2010. Said surrender will be for a period of at least 18 months. Respondent has conditions that must be completed prior to reapplying for licensure.
Date: February 23, 2010
Barkley, John C.

License Status:
SURRENDERED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: In March 2003 Respondent was observed injecting himself with an unknown substance during a procedure in which he was the attending anesthesiologist.
Order: Respondent voluntarily surrendered his license to prescribe and administer controlled substances. Respondent may not reapply for this license for a period of two years. No action was taken with respect to his physician/surgeon license.
Date: August 4, 2003
Bedell, Raymond L.

License Status:
ACTIVE
Reinstated May 31, 2012

Most Recent Action
The probation on Respondent's license to practice as an osteopathic physician and surgeon was terminated and said license was reinstated with full privileges.
Date: May 31, 2012

Previous Discipline
Stipulation and Order: The suspension on Respondent's license to practice as an osteopathic physician/surgeon was terminated and said license was placed On probation for two years with conditions and restrictions.
Date: May 26, 2010
Benson, Paul D.

License Status:
ACTIVE
Reinstated December 18, 2008

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: In August 2006 Respondent sent text messages to a current female patient inviting her to engage in a sexual relationship with him. The patient's cell phone number had been obtained from the patient's records.
Order: Respondent's license to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances were revoked with a stay of enforcement on the revocation. Said licenses were placed On probation for four years with conditions and restrictions.
Date: December 13, 2006
Bentz, Brandon G.

License Status:
ACTIVE
Reinstated September 24, 2008

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent engaged in a dual relationship with a patient.
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances were placed On probation for two years with conditions and restrictions.
Date: August 8, 2007
Berg, Joseph Edward

License Status:
SURRENDERED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent has engaged in unprofessional and unlawful conduct that affects his licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances.
Order: Respondent voluntarily surrendered his licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances. Respondent may not reapply for licensure for a period of three years and completion of conditions outlined in this Order.
Date: January 5, 2012

Previous Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent has engaged in conduct which represents an immediate and significant danger to the public health, safety and welfare.
Emergency Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances were immediately suspended pending a further Order of the Division.
Date: November 30, 2011
Berk, Howard

License Status:
EXPIRED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent engaged in behavior in July 2005 that may adversely reflect on his ability to safely and competently practice as a physician/surgeon.
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances are temporarily restricted to the non-clinical practice of medicine. Respondent shall also restrict his practice to: (a) paper review of care given by other medical practitioners, (b) research, and (c) education. Respondent shall not engage in direct patient contact, interview, examination, diagnosis, treatment, care or prescription of any kind.
Date: November 7, 2005
Biddle, Virginia

License Status:
EXPIRED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent was disciplined by the Maine Board of Licensure in Medicine in December 2005 for prescribing medications over the Internet or via fax without examining the patient for who the medications were prescribed.
Order: Respondent was given a public reprimand for the above conduct.
Date: April 4, 2006
Bieg, Susan E.

License Status:
ACTIVE
Reinstated January 4, 2010

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent's license to practice medicine in Oregon was disciplined due to Respondent's habitually or excessively using intoxicants, drugs or controlled substances.
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to prescribe and administer controlled substances were revoked effective the date of the Order.
Date: March 15, 2004
Blackburn, Brent

License Status:
EXPIRED
and on suspension

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: In September 1999 Respondent utilized the computer internet to arrange a sexual encounter with another, a state law enforcement agent posing as a 13 year old person. In July 200 Respondent pled guilty to a felony as a result of the September 1999 conduct. In October 2000 Respondent pled guilty to a charge of Unlawful Sexual Activity with a Minor, a third degree felony. It should be noted the two criminal convictions were based on separate and unrelated events, facts and victims.
Order: It should be noted that Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances have been suspended since September 23, 1999 as a result of an interim Division Order. In this new Order, Respondent agreed to voluntarily surrender his license to administer and prescribe controlled substances. Respondent may not reapply for a controlled substance license until three years from the Order date. Respondent's license to practice as a physician and surgeon will be placed On probation indefinitely with conditions and restrictions upon completion of various conditions identified in the May 2, 2005 Stipulation and Order.
Date: May 2, 2005
Blackham, Kerry Alan

License Status:
SUSPENSION

Most Recent Action
Respondent's licenses to practice as an osteopathic physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances were immediately suspended until such time as Respondent is able to obtain a fitness of duty letter based on evaluations conducted at Pine Grove in Mississippi.
Date: July 17, 2013

Previous Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent has engaged in conduct, including the use of intoxicants, drugs, narcotics, or similar chemicals to the extent that the conduct might reasonably be considered to impair Respondent's ability to practice safely as an osteopathic physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances.
Order: Respondent's participation in the diversion program and his diversion agreement were terminated. Respondent's licenses to practice as an osteopathic physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances were revoked with a stay of enforcement on the revocation. Said licenses are placed on probation for five years with conditions.
Date: April 19, 2013
Bodell, Leonard S.

License Status:
EXPIRED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: In May 2002, Respondent's license to practice as a physician/surgeon in Arizona was limited by a consent agreement. Respondent acknowledges he has a medical condition which limits his ability to safely engage in the practice of some clinical medicine.
Order: Respondent's license to practice as a physician/surgeon in Utah is restricted with the same limitations that apply to his Arizona license (Respondent's surgical practice is limited in that he shall practice only as an assistant surgeon and supervising teaching attending surgeon).
Date: August 28, 2002
Bolick, David R.

License Status:
SURRENDERED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent engaged in unprofessional conduct as a result of a criminal proceeding involving mortgage fraud.
Order: Respondent voluntarily surrendered his license to practice as a physician/surgeon. Respondent may not reapply for a physician/surgeon license for a period of three years.
Date: May 13, 2009
Bosley, Larry L.

License Status:
NOT ON FILE

Most Recent Discipline
Action: Disciplinary action taken against Respondent's license to practice medicine in California.
Order: Respondent's license to practice medicine was suspended for one year with a stay of enforcement on the suspension. Said license was placed on probation with conditions until June 3, 2004 or the date that his California probation is terminated.
Date: March 28, 2000
Breding, David J.

License Status:
ACTIVE
Reinstated April 21, 2005

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Between January 2002 and May 2003, Respondent issued numerous prescriptions for Schedule II and III controlled substances to a patient he was treating for chronic pain. Respondent failed to document in the medical record a physical examination, evaluation and plan of treatment for the patient in question. Respondent also failed to document the prescriptions written for said medications, failed to document the purpose for which the controlled substances was to be used and information upon which the diagnosis was based. Respondent also failed to ascertain if the patient in question was obtaining controlled substance medications from other physicians, when in fact, the patient obtained controlled substances from 19 other physicians while receiving controlled substances from Respondent.
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to prescribe and administer controlled substances were revoked with a stay of enforcement on the revocations. Said licenses were placed On probation for five years with conditions.
Date: July 15, 2003
Brinley, Derry L.

License Status:
ACTIVE
July 25, 2006

Most Recent Discipline
Action: Respondent failed to maintain appropriate professional boundaries with a former client.
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as an osteopathic physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances is suspended for a minimum of three months with conditions to be met during the period of suspension. Said suspension will become effective thirty (30) days from the Order date (May 8, 2005). Following the period of suspension, said licenses will be placed On probation for a minimum of one year with conditions.
Date: April 8, 2005
Amended Order: The effective date of the suspension on Respondent's licenses was amended so that the effective date is now 60 days from the Order date, which is June 7, 2005.
Date: May 16, 2005
Brockbank, Keven

License Status:
SURRENDERED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent has been disciplined by the Arizona Medical Board as a result of his abuse of controlled substances.
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to prescribe and administer controlled substances were placed On probation until May 2008 consistent with the Arizona probationary conditions.
Date: October 29, 2003
Brooks,Shawn Michael

License Status:
SUSPENSION

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent has engaged in unprofessional and unlawful conduct that affects his licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances.
Order: Respondent's licenses were revoked with a stay of enforcement on the revocations. Both licenses are suspended until Respondent successfully completes conditions outlined in the Order. Following the period of suspension, Respondent's licenses will be placed on probation for five years with conditions.
Date: May 31, 2013
Brown, Roger A.

License Status:
SURRENDERED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent has retired from the practice of medicine and does not wish to prolong a pending investigation by the Division regarding his controlled substance prescription practice.
Order: Respondent voluntarily surrendered his licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to prescribe and administer controlled substances.
Date: May 19, 2003
Bunderson, Dean L.

License Status:
SURRENDERED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: The Division has been conducting an investigation concerning whether Respondent engaged in unprofessional conduct in violation of Utah statutes and rules.
Order: Respondent agreed to voluntarily surrender his licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances. Respondent may not reapply for licensure for a period of five years.
Date: March 17, 2006
Burkich, Robert

License Status:
ACTIVE

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent had been disciplined by the Georgia State Board of Medical Examiners in August 2003.
Order: Respondent was given a public reprimand for the above conduct.
Date: August 28, 2006
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Caillouet, Gilbert

License Status:
ACTIVE

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: During 1999 on several occasions, Respondent prescribed controlled substances to one of his employees and the employee's husband. Respondent did not maintain records of the care he was rendering to them.
Order: Respondent was ordered to pay a $2,000 fine. Respondent shall cease and desist from violating the record keeping requirements of the Utah Controlled Substances Act.
Date: February 15, 2000
Calabrese, Daniel

License Status:
EXPIRED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: In June 2005 Respondent prescribed a Schedule III controlled substance to himself for his own use. In October 2006 Respondent moved from his medical office and failed to keep the Division informed of a current address and telephone number. Respondent had previously been disciplined in October 2001 for self-prescribing and administering a Schedule III controlled substance to himself.
Order: Respondent agreed not to renew his currently conditionally renewed licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances when they expire on December 31, 2008. Respondent also agreed that he would not practice medicine or administer and prescribe controlled substances from the date of this Stipulation/Order until December 31, 2008. Respondent may not reapply for licensure prior to January 2, 2011.
Date: November 5, 2008

Previous Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent failed to maintain records of controlled substances which he obtained for his medical practice. Respondent also failed to maintain records of his diagnosis and treatment of patients. Respondent administered a Schedule III controlled substance to himself. Respondent also failed to submit to an inspection of his controlled substance inventory and records.
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to prescribe and administer controlled substances were placed On probation for two years with conditions.
Date: October 17, 2001
Callahan, Douglas D.

License Status:
ACTIVE

Reinstated: April 26, 2011

Reinstatement order:The probation on Respondent's licenses to practice as an osteopathic physician and surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances was terminated and
said licenses were reinstated with full privileges.

Date: April 26, 2011

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent engaged in unprofessional conduct and unlawful conduct in his practice as an osteopathic physician/surgeon with respect to pain management prescribing.
Order: Respondent was ordered to pay a $1,000 fine within 90 days. Respondent's licenses to practice as an osteopathic physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances were revoked with a stay of enforcement on the revocation. Respondent's license to administer and prescribe controlled substances is suspended until such time as certain conditions identified in the Order have successfully been completed by Respondent. Respondent's license to practice as an osteopathic physician/surgeon is placed On probation for three years with conditions and restrictions. Following the period of suspension on the controlled substance license, that license will also be placed on the same probation as his osteopathic physician/surgeon license with additional restrictions.
Date: April 21, 2008
Amended Order: The suspension on Respondent's license to administer and prescribe controlled substances was terminated and said license was placed On probation consistent with the conditions and restrictions that exist on his osteopathic physician/surgeon license.
Date: June 9, 2008

Canfield, Charles Olin

License Status:
ACTIVE

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent engaged in unprofessional conduct with respect to his prescribing practices.
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances were given a public reprimand for improper prescribing practices. Respondent was also ordered to pay a $1,000 fine within 90 days and ordered to cease and desist from engaging in the unprofessional conduct described in the Stipulation and Order.
Date: April 26, 2010
Cannon, Max Kent

License Status:
EXPIRED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent engaged in unprofessional conduct in his practice of medicine.
Order: Respondent's July 2009 request to reinstate his licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances was denied.
Date: April 26, 2010
Carson, Mia Elizabeth

License Status:
ACTIVE
September 16, 2009

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent has a substance abuse problem which, if not treated, could negatively affect her ability to safely practice medicine. Respondent perpetuated her substance abuse problem by fraudulently obtaining prescription medications.
Order: Respondent was ordered to pay a $2,000 fine within 18 months. Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances were revoked with a stay of enforcement on the revocation. Said licenses were placed On probation for 5 years with conditions and restrictions.
Date: January 4, 2005
Casebeer, John Charles

License Status:
EXPIRED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent suffers from an illness that renders him impaired to practice the full scope of medicine allowed under his license.
Order: Respondent's license to practice medicine shall be limited to the non-clinical and non-surgical practice of medicine.
Date: May 11, 2000
Chein, Edmund

License Status:
ACTIVE
On probation

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent's license to practice medicine in California was disciplined by the Medical Board of California in August 2012.
Order: prescribe controlled substances were revoked with a stay of enforcement on the revocation. Said licenses were placed on probation and shall licenses shall continue on probation as long as Respondent's licenses in California are on probation with conditions to be met in this state.
Date: September 24, 2012

Previous Discipline
Cause of Action: In February 2006 Respondent's license to practice medicine was disciplined by the Medical Board of California.
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances were renewed, suspended with a stay of enforcement on the suspension and said licenses were placed On probation with conditions for the duration of Respondent's probation in California.
Date: October 10, 2006
Chowdhury, Arif A.

License Status:
ACTIVE

Reinstated: March 29, 2013

Amended Order: The probation on Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances was terminated and said licenses were reinstated with full privileges.
Date: March 29, 2013
Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent engaged in unprofessional conduct with respect to a patient in that he did not practice to the appropriate standard of care concerning the patient. Also Respondent's staff erroneously gave one patient another patient's medical records.
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances were placed on probation for two years with conditions.
Date: October 10, 2006
Christensen, Jay Rulon

License Status:
ACTIVE
Active to practice, surrendered to administer controlled substances

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent admits he has failed to maintain controlled substance records in accordance with the Utah Controlled Substance Act and that he does not have a federal Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) registration, which is required to hold a controlled substance license.
Order: Respondent agreed to voluntarily surrender his license to prescribe and administer controlled substances. Respondent was also ordered to pay a $1,000 fine which will be waived upon his meeting with the Physicians Licensing Board within 30 days of the Order date. If Respondent fails to meet with the Physicians Licensing Board, the fine is due and payable within 60 days of the Order date.
Date: May 2, 2002
Christensen, Shane Glade

License Status:
ACTIVE

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent failed to maintain standard professional boundaries with a mental health patient.
Order: Respondent was reprimanded for the above conduct.
Date: August 10, 2004

Church, Jason

License Status:
ACTIVE

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent was disciplined in Ohio prior to moving to Utah for fraudulently obtaining prescription medications which he abused.
Memorandum of Understanding and Order: Licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances were issued to Respondent and placed on probation for five years with conditions and restrictions.
Date: January 24, 2006
Amended Memorandum of Understanding and Order: Respondent has returned to Ohio to complete his residency. The probationary terms and conditions set forth in the January 24, 2006 Memorandum of Understanding and Order will be in effect when Respondent returns to Utah to practice medicine.
Date: March 7, 2006
Clark, Jeffrey A.

License Status:
SURRENDERED

Most Recent Discipline
Amended Order: A license to prescribe and administer controlled substances Schedules II-V is to be issued to Respondent upon the receipt of an application for a controlled substance license and appropriate fees. Said controlled substance license is restricted for use in a supervised residency program only. Respondent also has additional conditions to be met as a result of the controlled substance license being issued. Date: August 13, 2007 NOTE: No license to prescribe and administer controlled substances was ever issued to Respondent by the Division.
Cause of Action: Between May 2006 and August 2007 Respondent on two occasions prescribed a Schedule IV controlled substance to his spouse despite not having a license to administer and prescribe controlled substances. During that same period of time, Respondent also telephone local pharmacies on at least four occasions and provided the name of another prescribing practitioner as the prescribing physician in order to obtain the Schedule IV controlled substance for his spouse. The prescribing practitioner whose name Respondent used had no knowledge of the prescriptions and did not authorize the use of his name.
Order: Respondent voluntarily surrendered his license to practice as a physician/surgeon and any residual rights he may have with respect to a license to administer and prescribe controlled substances. Respondent may not reapply for licensure for a period of five years.
Date: September 26, 2007

Concoby, Dennis Michael

License Status:
SUSPENDED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent engaged in unprofessional conduct regarding inappropriate relationships with patients while his licenses were currently on a probationary status.
Order:Respondent's licenses to practice as an osteopathic physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances were immediately suspended with conditions to be met during the period of suspension.
Date: February 11, 2014

Previous Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent engaged in unprofessional conduct in his practice as an osteopathic physician/surgeon when he engaged in a sexual relationship with a current patient in December 2012.
Order:Respondent's licenses to practice as an osteopathic physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances were revoked with a stay of enforcement on the revocation. Said licenses were placed on probation for three years with conditions.
Date: January, 15 2013

Corkery, John R.

License Status:
ACTIVE
Reinstated January 24, 2014

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent engaged in unprofessional and unlawful conduct with respect to inappropriate controlled substance use.
Order: Respondent's license to practice as a physician/surgeon was revoked with a stay of enforcement on the revocation. Said license was placed on probation for three years with conditions. Respondent was also ordered to pay a $5.000 fine which amount was stayed based on his continued compliance.
Date: April 12, 2012

Crane, F. Michael

License Status:
ACTIVE
Reinstated: date not on file

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent's medical license in Colorado was suspended in a disciplinary proceeding in May 2006.
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances were revoked effective the date of the Order.
Date: December 19, 2006

Crump, Kenneth L.

License Status:
ACTIVE


Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent engaged in unprofessional and unlawful conduct with regards to inappropriate prescriptions to allow others to obtain controlled substances and legend drugs for use in a body and laser center.
Order:Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances were given a public reprimand as a result of the conduct identified above. Respondent was also ordered to pay a $1,000 fine within 90 days. Respondent was also ordered to cease and desist from engaging in the unprofessional conduct identified in this Order.
Date: August 13, 2012

Previous License Change
Reinstatement Order: Respondent has successfully completed all conditions required in the March 2009 Stipulation and Order and his licenses were reinstated with full privileges
Date: February, 7 2011
Previous Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent engaged in unprofessional conduct with respect to his controlled substance prescribing practices.
Order: Respondent was given a public reprimand for his conduct and also ordered to complete a physician prescribing course within 12 months of the Order date.
Date: March 26, 2009
Currier, Nathan Robert

License Status:
ACTIVE

Reinstated: February 21, 2012

Reinstatement Order
The probation on Respondent's licenses to practice as an osteopathic physician and surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances was terminated and
said licenses were reinstated with full privileges.

Date: February 21, 2012

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent failed to comply with probationary conditions that existed on his licenses. Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances were revoked effective the date of the Order. Date: June 22, 2006

Previous Discipline
Cause of Action: On March 1, 2004 Respondent overprescribed amounts of Methadone to a patient in quantities and manner that as had been directed by Respondent would have likely resulted in overdose and/or death. The patient died on March 4, 2004 of acute methadone overdose. In February 2004 Respondent was disciplined for prescribing controlled substances without first establishing a doctor-patient relationship, as well as other misconduct.
Order: Respondent's license to prescribe and administer controlled substances was surrendered indefinitely and until such time as conditions have been met by Respondent.
Date: May 17, 2004

Previous Discipline
Cause of Action: Between November 2001 and July 2002 Respondent engaged in an unprofessional relationship with a patient. Respondent also issued controlled substance prescriptions to the same patient without the bounds of reasonable medical practices.
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances were revoked with a stay of enforcement on the revocation. Said licenses were placed On probation for five years with conditions and restrictions.
Date: February 10, 2004

Curtis, Glade B.

License Status:
ACTIVE
Reinstated June 18, 2007

Most Recent Discipline
In June 2005 Respondent voluntarily surrendered his DEA registration to the Drug Enforcement Administration.
Order: Respondent voluntarily surrendered his license to administer and prescribe controlled substances
Date: August 16, 2005

Previous Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent has previously been disciplined in 1998 and 2000 for abuse of controlled substances. In May and June 2004 Respondent took controlled substances from the purse of a co-worker for his own use.
Order: Respondent's license to practice as a physician/surgeon was revoked with a stay of enforcement on the revocation. Said license was placed on probation for five years with conditions. Respondent's license to prescribe and administer controlled substances was revoked. However a restricted license to prescribe and administer controlled substances was issued to Respondent with the restriction that Respondent may only prescribe and administer controlled substances to patients at the Health Clinics of Utah, a medical facility managed by the Utah Department of Health, where Respondent works one day per week. The restricted controlled substance license is also placed On probation for five years with conditions.
Date: October 13, 2004

Previous Discipline
Cause of Action: While On probation, Respondent stole Lortab from a medication bottle belonging to a patient at Alta View Hospital in October 2000. In February 2001 Respondent pled guilty to unlawful possession of a controlled substance.
Order: The probation that currently exists on Respondent's license to practice as a physician/surgeon shall continue for another two years with conditions and restrictions. Respondent's license to administer and prescribe controlled substances was reinstated and placed On probation for two years. Respondent was also ordered to pay a $1,000 fine within one year from the Order date.
Date: June 11, 2002
Curtis, Robert Burnell

License Status:
ACTIVE
Reinstated June 17, 2008

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: In January 2005 Respondent was disciplined by the Texas Board of Medical Examiners.
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances were placed on probation with conditions until such time as Respondent completes his probation in Texas.
Date: April 21, 2005
Cutler, Michael Larry

License Status:
ACTIVE
Reinstated April 26, 2004

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Between November 2001 through November 2002 Respondent failed to keep complete and accurate records of each controlled substance received, dispensed or distributed in his practice. Respondent admitted he failed to maintain effective controls against diversion or theft of controlled substances and failed to conduct and record biennial inventories of his controlled substance stock.
Order: Respondent was ordered to pay a $1,000 fine within 30 days. Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to prescribe and administer controlled substances were revoked with a stay of enforcement on the revocation. Said licenses were placed on probation for two years with conditions.
Date: December 18, 2002
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Davis, Kent W.

License Status:
SURRENDERED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent has been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis and is no longer practicing medicine because of his physical condition.
Order: Respondent agreed to voluntarily surrender his licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to prescribe and administer controlled substances.
Date: April 23, 2002
Davis, Roger Woods

License Status:
ACTIVE
Reinstated January 20, 2005

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent has had a history of substance abuse problems.
Memorandum of Understanding: Respondent's license to practice as a physician/surgeon was issued and placed On probation for two years with conditions and restrictions.
Date: July 31, 2002
De Gaston, Alexis N.

License Status:
REVOKED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent's license to practice medicine in California was disciplined.
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to prescribe and administer controlled substances in Utah were revoked effective the date of the Order.
Date: December 27, 2002
Dobell, Julie Ann

License Status:
ACTIVE
On probation

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent's licenses in Massachusetts were placed On probation in October 2008 as a result of her impairment by drugs.
Memorandum of Understanding and Order: Licenses to practice as physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances were issued to Respondent. Said licenses were revoked with a stay of enforcement on the revocation. Said licenses were placed On probation for four years with conditions and restrictions.
Date: December 17, 2009
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Edson, Allan Curtis

License Status:
ACTIVE

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent knowingly self-prescribed a Schedule IV controlled substance for weight reduction or control from April 2002 until March 2005. Respondent failed to meet conditions set for in the Utah Controlled Substance Act Rules (R156-37-604) prior to self-prescribing the controlled substance.
Order: Respondent€™s licenses to practice as an osteopathic physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances were reprimanded for neglecting to meet the condition outlined in Section R156-37-604 of the Utah Controlled Substance Act Rules prior to self-prescribing a controlled substance.
Date: July 22, 2005
Ellsworth, Randal Nylan

License Status:
ACTIVE
Reinstated November 13, 2006

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent has a substance abuse problem to the extent that it might reasonably be considered to impair his ability to safely practice medicine.
Order: Respondent was ordered to pay a $2,000 fine within 18 months. Respondent's license to administer and prescribe controlled substances was suspended for 90 days. Respondent's license to practice as a physician/surgeon was revoked with a stay of enforcement on the revocation. Said license is suspended for a period of three months with conditions to be completed during the suspension. Following the period of suspension, the physician/surgeon license will be placed On probation for five years subject to conditions and restrictions.
Date: August 21, 2006
Empey, Joseph Courtney

License Status:
ACTIVE

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent engaged in unprofessional conduct related to a methadone prescription given to a patient in December 2008. Due to a number of complicating factors, including the patient's failure to disclose detoxification treatment in early December 2008, the patient's failure to disclose the obtainment of a benzodiazepine prescription during the same time period, and Respondent's problematic methadone prescription, the patient was found deceased at his home on December 26, 2008
Order: Respondent was given a public reprimand for the above conduct, ordered to attend the PACE (Physician Assessment and Clinical Education Program) prescribing course offered through the University of California, San Diego's School of Medicine, which he has completed, and was ordered to seek peer review when prescribing and using methadone for the treatment of pain with his patients in new or complicated cases.
Date: August 28, 2012
Ericksen, Corey L.

License Status:
ACTIVE
Reinstated October 26, 2006

Most Recent Discipline
Action: Respondent allowed an unlicensed employee to evaluate patients, determine appropriateness of using a laser medical device for treatment of skin disease or elective treatments and apply the laser medical device to patients without direct medical oversight and without an evaluation by a licensed medical practitioner. Respondent also had controlled substance violations relating to his practice.
Order: Respondent was ordered to pay a $5,000 fine within 30 days. Respondent's licenses to practice as an osteopathic physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances were placed on probation for three years with conditions.
Date: March 31, 2005
Eyring, Edward Joseph

License Status:
EXPIRED

Most Recent Discipline
Respondent has failed to complete required continuing medical education courses as required in the Division's June 24, 2010 Stipulation and Order in Case No. DOPL- 2010-13.
Order: Respondent is prohibited from filing any application to renew or reinstate his expired licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances or filing any new application for licensure as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances until he has successfully completed the conditions outlined in this new Order.
Date: May 3, 2012

Previous Discipline
Cause of Action: In 2006 and 2007 Respondent engaged in unprofessional conduct in his practice as a physician/surgeon when he violated generally accepted professional and ethical standards of practice as a physician/surgeon by making clinical procedure errors and by providing inadequate medical documentation.
Order: Respondent was given a public reprimand for the above conduct and also ordered to complete continuing education courses within 18 months.
Date: June 24, 2010
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Finnegan, Robert F.

License Status:
SURRENDERED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent failed to comply with probationary conditions that existed on his licenses.
Order: Respondent voluntarily surrendered his licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances.
Date: December 21, 2011

Previous Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent engaged in unprofessional and unlawful conduct by failing to document controlled substances prescribed in patient medical records; failing to keep accurate records of issued prescriptions if patient medical records; prescribing controlled substances in quantities of excess of what a patient may safely be prescribed and failing to disclose information to the Division in a September 2009 renewal application.
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances were revoked with a stay of enforcement on the revocation. Said licenses were placed on probation for three years with conditions.
Date: February 2, 2011
Frede, James Richard

License Status:
SURRENDERED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent's license to practice as a physician/surgeon in Illinois was disciplined in April 2012.
Order: Respondent voluntarily surrendered his licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances in this state. Respondent may not reapply for a physician/surgeon license for five years.
Date: August 16, 2012
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Gambee, John Edwin

License Status:
Renewal Denied

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent's renewal application for his licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances was originally denied by the Division on July 27, 2011 due to disciplinary action which was taken against Respondent's licenses in Oregon. Respondent requested a hearing with respect to the denial of renewal.
Order: Following a hearing held before the Physicians Licensing Board, Respondent's renewal of his licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances was DENIED effective the date of this Order based on disciplinary action taken against his licenses in Oregon. The conditionally renewed licenses also expire on the date of the Order and are no longer valid.
Date: December 21, 2011
Gardner, Ellen F.

License Status:
ACTIVE

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent engaged in unprofessional and unlawful conduct in her practice of medicine by issuing controlled substance prescriptions with more than one controlled substance per prescription or containing legend drugs or other prescription items on a prescription for controlled substances.
Order: Respondent was given a public reprimand for the above conduct. Respondent was also ordered to cease and desist from the practice of including more than one controlled substance per prescription form, or including legend drugs or other prescription items on a controlled substance prescription. Respondent was also ordered to pay a $1,000 fine within 60 days.
Date: December 24, 2007
Garrison, Thomas E.

License Status:
SURRENDERED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Disciplinary action has been taken against Respondent's physician license in the states of California (February 2012), Washington (March 2012), and Arizona (August 2012) for unprofessional conduct.
Order: Respondent's license to administer and prescribe controlled substances in this state is surrendered by Respondent. Respondent's license to practice as a physician/surgeon in this state shall be restricted and the license may be used for administrative matters only and shall not be used for medical diagnoses, patient care, treatment, or medical supervision of others in any capacity whatsoever from and after the date of this Stipulation and Order and until such restriction is removed. Respondent shall not request to have the restrictions on his physician/surgeon license removed and shall not reapply for a license to administer and prescribe controlled substances for a period of three years from this Order date unless the California licensure action is fully overturned and Respondent's California license is reinstated without restrictions.
Date: March 26, 2013
Ghaffari, Khourosh

License Status:
SURRENDERED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent engaged in unlawful and unprofessional conduct by obtaining possession of controlled substances by issuing false prescriptions, issuing prescriptions to patients for quantities in excess of patient needs, using employees to present false prescriptions to pharmacies and then provide the controlled substances dispensed to Respondent, and failure to document lawful administration or disposition of controlled substances purchased. Respondent also compounded and dispensed controlled substances and thus engaged in the unlicensed practice of pharmacy.
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon will remain suspended as provided in the September 19, 2007. Respondent agreed not to submit any application for reinstatement of licensure in Utah until September 19, 2009. This Stipulation/Order also outlines what documentation needs to be submitted with an application for reinstatement of his Utah licenses. If a reinstatement application is approved after September 19, 2009, this Stipulation/Order provides for probation with conditions and restrictions.
Date: September 4, 2008
Gibbs, Paula K.

License Status:
ACTIVE
Reinstated October 12, 2007

Most Recent Discipline
Action: Respondent engaged in a romantic, sexual relationship with a patient.
Order: Respondent's license to practice as a physician/surgeon was placed on probation for four years with conditions and restrictions.
Date: January 12, 2004
Goates, Michael G.

License Status:
REVOKED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent failed to comply with probationary conditions that existed on his licenses.
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances were revoked effective the date of the Order. Respondent may not reapply for licensure as a physician/surgeon for a period of five years.
Date: June 2, 2010

Previous Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent violated probationary conditions that existed on his licenses when he consumed alcohol.
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice medicine and to administer and prescribe controlled substances are suspended for a minimum of three months beginning November 6, 2008 with conditions to be met during the suspension period. Following the period of suspension, said licenses will be placed On probation until at least May 16, 2010 and subject to the conditions and restrictions identified in the Division's March 8, 2001, May 16, 2005 and April 24, 2006 Orders.
Date: October 8, 2008

Previous Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent tested positive for a metabolite of alcohol which is in violation of probationary conditions which exist on his licenses.
Order: Additional conditions were imposed on Respondent and he will continue to be subject to the probationary conditions and restrictions that currently exist on his licenses as a result of the March 8, 2001 and May 16, 2005 Orders.
Date: April 24, 2006
Amended Order: The probationary condition requiring Respondent to submit quarterly chart/record reviews by Dr. Michael Smith and Dr. Michael Harris was terminated.
Date: May 12, 2006

Previous Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent engaged in inappropriate behavior with a female client.
Order: Respondent was ordered to pay a $1,000 fine within 30 days. Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances were revoked with a stay of enforcement on the revocation. Said licenses were placed On probation for five years with conditions and restrictions.
Date: May 16, 2005

Previous Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent admitted he has a substance abuse problem that currently places him at risk in serving the public. Respondent further admitted he has obtained controlled substances for his consumption by issuing false prescriptions to pharmacies and by taking medication meant for use by his patients.
Order: Respondent's license to prescribe and administer controlled substances was revoked. Respondent may not reapply for said license for a period of five years. Respondent's license to practice as a physician/surgeon was revoked with a stay of enforcement on the revocation. Said license is indefinitely suspended until such time as Respondent completes a drug treatment program. Following the suspension, Respondent's license will be placed on probation for five years with conditions. Respondent was ordered to pay a $2,000 fine by June 1, 2002.
Date: March 8, 2001
Goodrich, Cori A.

License Status:
EXPIRED
On suspension

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent has defaulted on a health education assistance loan and cannot participate in the Medicare, Medicaid and all federal health care programs. Respondent's Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) registration expired in 1997. Respondent has written prescriptions for controlled substance from February 2000 to the present under the expired DEA registration number.
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to prescribe and administer controlled substances were suspended indefinitely.
Date: September 10, 2001
Graham, Stephen J.

License Status:
ACTIVE
Reinstated July 26, 2004

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent was disciplined in Arizona in July 2003 for issuing prescriptions for controlled substances to patients whom he had not personally examined sufficiently to be able to prescribe controlled substances and for not keeping any medical records of his treatment of and/or involvement with these patients.
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to prescribe and administer controlled substances were placed On probation for one year with conditions that are consistent with the Arizona conditions that exist on his license.
Date: November 14, 2003
Grant, Morgan Kia

License Status:
SURRENDERED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent has engaged in unprofessional conduct that affects his licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances with respect to self abuse of drugs and/or alcohol.
Order: Respondent voluntarily surrendered his licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances. Respondent may not reapply for a medical license for a period of five years and completion of conditions outlined in the Order.
Date: June 7, 2012
Gray, Jeffrey T.

License Status:
SURRENDERED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: In June 2005 Respondent voluntarily entered into a Stipulation and Order in Case No. DOPL-2005-149 in which his Utah physician/surgeon license was suspended pending the outcome of a California disciplinary proceeding. On January 31, 2006 Respondent's Utah suspended physician/surgeon license expired when it was not renewed. In November 2006 Respondent surrendered his California medical license to resolve the pending disciplinary action in that state.
Order: Respondent voluntarily surrendered any residual rights he may retain with regard to his license to practice as a physician/surgeon in this state. Respondent agreed not to reapply for licensure as a physician/surgeon in Utah until such time that his California medical license is reinstated or until such time as he can provide evidence to the Division and Board that he is capable of safely practicing medicine in Utah.
Date: August 17, 2007

Previous Discipline
Cause of Action: In May 2004 a criminal complaint was filed in California alleging Respondent committed various crimes.
Order: Respondent's license to practice as a physician/surgeon is indefinitely suspended during the pendency of criminal charges filed against Respondent in California.
Date: June 15, 2005
Greenhouse, Lynn

License Status:
ACTIVE
Reinstated March 24, 2014

Reinstatement order:The probation on Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances was terminated and said licenses were reinstated with full privileges.

Date: March 24, 2014
Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent was disciplined by the Nevada Board of Medical Examiners in February 2012.
Order: Respondent's license to practice as a physician/surgeon given a public reprimand due to disciplinary action being taken against her by the Nevada Board of Medical Examiners. Respondent's license to practice as a physician/surgeon was also placed on probation for the same period that Respondent's Nevada physician license is on probation with conditions. Respondent shall not be issued a license to administer and prescribe controlled substances in Utah until Nevada issues Respondent a controlled substance license and DEA issues Respondent a DEA registration certificate.
Date: July 23, 2012

Greenwood, Nick Carl

License Status:
ACTIVE

Reinstated: May 13, 2013

Reinstatement order:The probation on Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances was terminated and said licenses were reinstated with full privileges.

Date: May 13, 2013
Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent engaged in unprofessional conduct when he failed to create and maintain medical records in accordance with profession standards on multiple patients; failed to provide medical records when so requested by a patient; and failed to maintain adequate records of prescribing and administering of controlled substances.
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances were given a public reprimand for the above conduct. Respondent was also ordered to complete the PACE (Physician Assessment and Clinical Education Program) prescribing courses offered through the University of San Diego of Medicine within one year from the effective date of the Order.
Date: March 20, 2012

Grosser, Bernard Irving

License Status:
SURRENDERED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent engaged in unprofessional conduct when he engaged in an inappropriate relationship with a former patient.
Order: Respondent voluntarily surrendered his licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances. Respondent may not reapply for a physician/surgeon license for a period of ten years.
Date: September 20, 2012
Gulledge, William Ralph

License Status:
ACTIVE
Reinstated September 4, 2008

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: In April 2007 Respondent was disciplined by the Texas Medical Board for engaging in an inappropriate relationship with a patient.
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances were placed On probation for five years with conditions.
Date: August 30, 2007
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Hansen,Thomas Randy

License Status:
ACTIVE
On probation

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent engaged in unlawful and unprofessional conduct with respect to prescribing controlled substances to a family member when he was not the family member's physician and had never diagnosed, examined or established a physician-patient relationship with the family member and when respondent exceeded the scope of his authority as a supervising physician for a physician assistant.
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances were revoked with a stay of enforcement on the revocation. Said licenses are placed on probation for three years with conditions.
Date: January 3, 2014
Hanson, Joel Wallace.

License Status:
ACTIVE
Reinstated November 18 2004

Most Recent Discipline
Amended Order: Respondent's licenses to practice medicine and to prescribe and administer controlled substances are suspended until such time as Respondent documents successful completion of an intensive treatment program and the documentation is reviewed and approved by the Physicians Licensing Board.
Date: March 31, 2000
Harline, Donald Neal.

License Status:
ACTIVE
Reinstated December 13, 2013

Most Recent Discipline
Amended Order: The suspension on Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances was terminated and said licenses were placed on probation for three years subject to the conditions identified in the September 7, 2010 Stipulation and Order. Date: December 14, 2010
Amended Order: The December 14, 2010 Amended Order was set aside and a new Amended Order entered. The suspension on Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances was terminated retroactive to December 8, 2010 and said licenses were placed on probation for three years subject to the conditions identified in the September 7, 2010 Stipulation and Order. Date: December 16, 2010
Respondent engaged in unprofessional conduct as the result of an inappropriate relationship with a female patient. Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances are suspended until conditions outlined in the Stipulation/Order have been successfully completed by Respondent. Following the period of suspension, said licenses will be placed on probation for three years with conditions and restrictions.
Date: September 7, 2010
Hartman, Albert R.

License Status:
Active on Probation

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent engaged in unprofessional and unlawful conduct when he failed to keep adequate records of his office's purchase, receipt, and disposition of controlled substances described in this Stipulation/Order.
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances were placed on probation for three years with conditions. Respondent was also ordered to pay a $1,000 fine within 90 days.
Date: June 4, 2013
Hayes, Kris Atwood

License Status:
SUSPENDED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent has engaged in unprofessional conduct in his practice as a physician/surgeon.
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances are suspended effective the date of the Order for a minimum of three months with conditions to be completed during the suspension period. Following the period of suspension, said licenses will be placed on probation for at least two years with conditions.
Date: December 16, 2013
Heap, Alan

License Status:
REVOKED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent engaged in unprofessional conduct in his practice of medicine. Respondent also failed to comply with probationary conditions that existed on his licenses.
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances were revoked effective the date of the Order. Respondent may not reapply for licensure for a period of five years.
Date: May 4, 2010
Hewitt, Lance O.

License Status:
SURRENDERED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent engaged in unprofessional conduct when he engaged in inappropriate drug use.
Order: Respondent's license to administer and prescribe controlled substances is suspended effective the date of the Order. Respondent's license to practice as a physician/surgeon is also suspended with conditions to be met during the period of suspension. Upon the successful completion of certain conditions, the Physicians Licensing Board/Division will determine if the suspension can be terminated. If the suspension is terminated, Respondent's license to practice as a physician/surgeon will be placed On probation for 5 years with conditions and restrictions.
Date: February 8, 2007
Hillam, David Richard

License Status:
SUSPENDED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Allegations Respondent engaged in inappropriate sexual conduct with a patient. At this time, Respondent does not admit or deny any alleged misconduct, but agreed to the following:
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances are suspended effective the date of the Order and shall remain suspended until conditions outlined in this Stipulation and Order have been completed.
Date: September 25, 2012
Hoffman, Gregory R.

License Status:
ACTIVE

Reinstated: October 26, 2012

Reinstatement order:The probation on Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances was terminated and said licenses were reinstated with full privileges.

Date: October 26, 2012
Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent's physician license in Oregon was disciplined in August 2010 for engaging in an intimate relationship with a female patient to whom Respondent provided health care services.
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances were revoked with a stay of enforcement on the revocation. Said licenses were placed on probation for two years with conditions and a restriction.
Date: October 13, 2010

Holley, John Alan

License Status:
EXPIRED ON SUSPENSION

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent's license to practice as a physician/surgeon in Idaho was disciplined by the Idaho State Board of Medicine in March 2011.
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances in this state are suspended until conditions outlined in the Order have been successfully completed by Respondent.
Date: January 29, 2014
Houston, Donald

License Status:
SURRENDERED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: In October 2001 Respondent issued a prescription for Lortab to Agent K.C., an undercover DEA officer. Respondent took no medical history from KC, conducted no physical examination of KC and took no vital signs. Respondent was aware the prescription was not being used for a legitimate medical purpose. In October 2002, Respondent pled guilty to one count of unlawful dispensation of hydrocodone. In December 2002, Respondent surrendered his DEA registration.
Order: Respondent voluntarily surrendered his license to prescribe and administer controlled substances. Respondent may not reapply for said license for a period of three years.
Date: January 13, 2003
Huff, Mark Scott

License Status:
EXPIRED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent engaged in unprofessional conduct to the extent that the conduct might reasonably be considered to impair Respondent's ability to practice safely as a physician.
Order: Respondent's participation in and his diversion agreement were terminated. Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer/prescribe controlled substances were revoked with a stay of enforcement on the revocation. Respondent's license to practice as a physician/surgeon was placed on probation for five years with conditions. Respondent's license to administer/prescribe controlled substances was suspended until conditions outlined in the Order have been completed. Following the period of suspension, said license to administer/prescribe controlled substances license will be placed on probation.
Date: June 4, 2013
Hutsinpiller, Molly

License Status:
SUSPENDED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent engaged in unprofessional conduct in her practice as a physician/surgeon. Respondent also signed a November 2013 Stipulation of Licensure with the New Mexico Medical Board.
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances were revoked with a stay of enforcement on the revocation. Said licenses are suspended until conditions outlined in the Order have been successfully completed. Following the period of suspension, said licenses will be placed on probation for five years with conditions.
Date: March 14, 2014
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Iliya, John A.

License Status:
ACTIVE

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent's license to practice medicine in Wyoming has been disciplined.
Order: Respondent's license to practice medicine in Utah was revoked with a stay of enforcement on the revocation. Said license was placed On probation consistent with the probationary term and conditions that exist on his Wyoming license.
Date: September 4, 2002
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Jensen, Craig R.

License Status:
SUSPENDED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent has engaged in conduct, including the use of intoxicants, drugs, narcotics, or similar chemicals, to the extent that the conduct might reasonably be considered to impair his ability to safely practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances.
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances were revoked with a stay of enforcement on the revocations. Said licenses are suspended until such time as certain conditions outlined in the Order have been successfully completed. Following the period of suspension, said licenses will be placed on probation for five years with conditions and restrictions.
Date: August 24, 2011
Jensen, Ross E.

License Status:
EXPIRED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent prescribed prescription drugs and controlled substances to his family members when his licenses to practice medicine and prescribe and administer controlled substances had expired in 1998.
Order: Respondent shall cease and desist from the unlicensed practice of medicine and prescribing or administration of controlled substances. Respondent agreed he will not ever reapply for licensure to practice medicine or to administer and prescribe controlled substances.
Date: April 11, 2000
Johnson, Ross W.

License Status:
SURRENDERED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: The Division is investigating circumstances regarding the revocation of his medical privileges at Hill Air Force Base Medical Center. Respondent has no future plans to practice medicine in Utah.
Order: Respondent agreed to voluntarily surrender his licenses to practice medicine and to prescribe and administer controlled substances.
Date: February 15, 2000
Johnson, Sidney M.

License Status:
ACTIVE
Reinstated May 26, 2010

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent has a continuing substance abuse problem. In January 2005 Respondent's license to practice medicine in Massachusetts was revoked.
Order: Respondent's participation in the Utah Professional Recovery Assistance Program was terminated. Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances were revoked with a stay of enforcement on the revocation. Said licenses were placed On probation for five years with conditions and restrictions.
Date: June 1, 2005
Johnson, Vaughn T.

License Status:
ACTIVE
Reinstated January 25, 2012

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Allegations Respondent engaged in unprofessional conduct with respect to controlled substance violations. Respondent neither admits nor denies the Division's allegations, but agreed to the following.
Order: Respondent's license to administer and prescribe controlled substances was revoked with a stay of enforcement on the revocation. Said controlled substance license is suspended until certain conditions have been successfully completed by Respondent. Following the period of suspension on the controlled substance license, said license will be placed On probation to run concurrent with the probation on his osteopathic physician/surgeon license. Respondent's license to practice as an osteopathic physician/surgeon was revoked with a stay of enforcement on the revocation. Said license was placed On probation for five years with conditions and restrictions. Respondent was also ordered to pay a $5,000 fine within 90 days.
Date: November 25, 2008

Previous Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent prescribed controlled substances in excess of what was medically necessary.
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as an osteopathic physician/surgeon and to prescribe and administer controlled substances were revoked with a stay of enforcement on the revocation. Said licenses were placed On probation for three yeas with conditions. Respondent was also ordered to pay a $3,000 fine within 90 days.
Date: October 3, 2002
Jones, Aaron Wilson

License Status:
ACTIVE
On probation

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent's license to practice medicine in California has been disciplined and he is currently On probation in that state.
Memorandum of Understanding and Order: Licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances were issued to Respondent and said licenses were placed on probation for three years with conditions and restrictions.
Date: November 4, 2008
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Kabins, Mark Bradley

License Status:
ACTIVE
On probation

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent has been disciplined by the Arizona Medical Board and the Nevada Board of Medical Examiners due to his unprofessional conduct. Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances were placed on probation with conditions until suchtime as Respondent's current administrative probation in Nevada is terminated. Date: April 20, 2011
Keep, Mark Hawthorne

License Status:
Restricted, ACTIVE on Probation
Reinstated with restrictions January 7, 2014

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent engaged in unprofessional conduct when he was impaired due to use of drugs and/or alcohol while working as a physician in Utah and when he made inappropriate sexual comments to females while in the workplace.
Order: Respondent voluntarily surrendered his licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances. Respondent may not reapply for said licenses until he has completed conditions outlined in the Stipulation and Order.
Date: October 11, 2011
Kennard, Lee Gordon

License Status:
ACTIVE
Reinstated April 18, 2005

Most Recent Discipline
Action: Respondent has failed to maintain accurate records of the controlled substances received and used by him in his medical practice. Respondent has maintained unsecured controlled substances at his residence. Those controlled substances were discovered and abused by another person not authorized to use them. As a result of the above actions, Respondent has surrendered his Drug Enforcement Administration controlled substance registration.
Order: Respondent's license to administer and prescribe controlled substances was revoked. Respondent may reapply for said license after one year from the Order date. Respondent was ordered to pay a fine of $3,000 which is due within 90 days. Respondent's license to practice as a physician/surgeon was revoked with a stay of enforcement on the revocation. Said license was placed On probation for three years with conditions and restrictions.
Date: January 28, 2004
Kitson, Stephan James

License Status:
ACTIVE
Reinstated August 1, 2011

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent's license to practice as a physician/surgeon in Utah has been revoked since 1997.
Memorandum of Understanding: Upon receipt of a passing score on the SPEX examination, licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to prescribe and administer controlled substances will be issued to Respondent and placed on probation for five years with conditions and restrictions.
Date: June 27, 2003
Klausner, Steven C.

License Status:
SURRENDERED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: In July 2004 Respondent's license to practice medicine was disciplined by the State of Connecticut for abusing certain drugs and alcohol.
Order: Respondent voluntarily surrendered his licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances in Utah.
Date: February 3, 2005
Kocer, Abdul

License Status:
EXPIRED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Disciplinary action was taken against Respondent's medical license by the Arkansas Medical Board.
Order: Respondent agreed not to renew his license to practice medicine when it expires on April 30, 2000. Respondent also agreed not to reapply for licensure in Utah and also agreed not to practice medicine in Utah.
Date: April 18, 2000
Kwak, Daniel Jae Hyuk

License Status:
ACTIVE
Reinstated February 17, 2009

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent submitted two certificates representing that he was board certified. The certificates had been falsified by a third party.
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances were publically reprimanded for the above-stated conduct. Respondent is also required to successfully complete a pre-approved ethics course and to submit an essay to the Division and Board.
Date: December 9, 2008
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Latham, Bruce David

License Status:
Expired

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent's license to practice as an osteopathic physician has been disciplined by the New Hampshire Board of Medicine.
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as an osteopathic physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances were given a public reprimand due to disciplinary action being taken with respect to Respondent's licenses by the New Hampshire Board of Medicine. Respondent was also ordered to cease and desist from engaging in the conduct that was the basis for the reprimand in the New Hampshire settlement. Respondent is required to continue to comply with the conditions identified in the New Hampshire settlement. If Respondent practices medicine in Utah in any manner during the time of his New Hampshire supervision, his Utah licenses shall be placed on probation with conditions. Respondent is required to notify the Division if he intends to practice in Utah.
Date: March 30,2012
Lewis, Richard Belden

License Status:
REVOKED
Revoked and let to expire

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Allegations: Respondent engaged in unprofessional conduct in his practice of medicine with respect to a patient identified as "A.M.A." in the Division's Stipulation/Order. Respondent neither admits nor denies the Division's allegations, but agreed the following:
Order: Effective March 31, 2007, Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances are revoked with a stay of enforcement on the revocation. Said licenses will be suspended until such time that Respondent successfully completes certain conditions. Following the period of suspension, said licenses will be placed On probation for five years with conditions and restrictions.
Date: March 27,2007
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MacArthur, Steven Sumner

License Status:
ACTIVE

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action:Respondent engaged in unprofessional conduct when he failed to pay fees and costs relating to a Nevada Board of Medical Examiners disciplinary order.
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances were given a public reprimand due to the above conduct.
Date: April, 19 2012

Mackay III, Dewey C.

License Status:
SURRENDERED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent engaged in conduct that would affect his licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances
Order: Respondent voluntarily surrendered his licenses to practice as a physician and surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances. Respondent may not reapply for licensure for a period of ten years.
Date: January 27, 2012

Macneill, Martin J.

License Status:
SURRENDERED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent engaged in unprofessional conduct as a result of criminal proceedings against him.
Order: Respondent voluntarily surrendered his licenses to practice as an osteopathic physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances. Respondent may not reapply for licensure as an osteopathic physician/surgeon or controlled substances for a period of 10 years. Respondent also has conditions outlined in the Stipulation/Order that must be completed prior to submitting any new application for licensure.
Date: December 23, 2009

Manov, Ludmil Kirilov

License Status:
ACTIVE

Reinstated: May 13, 2013

Reinstatement order:The probation on Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances was terminated and said licenses were reinstated with full privileges.

Date: May 30, 2013
Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent engaged in unprofessional conduct when he made unwanted sexual advances to a female professional counselor (Jane Doe) in his office. Respondent and Jane Doe worked together at an educational institution in Utah. Respondent rented office space from Jane Doe. Respondent and Jane Doe shared a number of clients and communicated professionally about those clients.
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances were revoked with a stay of enforcement on the revocation. Said licenses were placed on probation for two years with conditions. Respondent was also ordered to pay a $1,000 fine within 90 days.
Date: May 11, 2012

Martineau, Wade D.

License Status:
SURRENDERED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent admits he is under investigation by law enforcement for alleged sexual activity with a patient. In October 2004 Respondent misappropriated Fentanyl from his medical practice and used it in a failed suicide attempt. NOTE: Respondent was also licensed as a dentist; however that license expired on May 31, 2000 when it was not renewed.
Order: Respondent voluntarily surrendered his licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to prescribe and administer controlled substances.
Date: October 13, 2004
Martinez-Ferrate, Rodolfo

License Status:
Active
On Probation

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent engaged in unprofessional conduct in his practice as a physician/surgeon.
Order: Respondent's license to practice as a physician/surgeon was placed on probation for a minimum of two years and up to five years with conditions.
Date: January 9, 2014

Massand, Ghansyam P.

License Status:
ACTIVE

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent's licenses to practice medicine in Massachusetts and Rhode Island have been disciplined.
Memorandum of Understanding and Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances were issued with the following indefinite restriction. Respondent shall not perform any surgical procedures or intervention related to the spine or its accompanying structures.
Date: October 18, 2006

Maynor,Michael Lee

License Status:
SURRENDERED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent's license as a physician was disciplined by the Kentucky Board of Medical Licensure in May 2012. While neither admitting nor denying any misconduct, Respondent agreed to the following:
Order: Respondent voluntarily surrendered his expired licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances. Respondent may not reapply for licensure as a physician/surgeon in Utah for a period of five years.
Date: May 13, 2013

Mckee, James K.

License Status:
REVOKED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent submitted a false application when he sought licensure as an osteopathic physician/surgeon and to prescribe and administer controlled substances in 1995.
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as an osteopathic physician/surgeon and to prescribe and administer controlled substances will be revoked effective 30 days from the date of the Order.
Date: April 9, 2001

Michaud, Robert M.

License Status:
SURRENDERED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: In June 1999 Respondent voluntarily surrendered his license to practice osteopathic medicine in Alaska. Respondent was under investigation for falsifying his Alaska application in 1995 and for issues regarding the quality of care he rendered to three patients in that state.
Order: Respondent agreed to voluntarily surrender his licenses to practice osteopathic medicine and to prescribe and administer controlled substances.
Date: May 3, 2000

Miercort, Craig R.

License Status:
ACTIVE
Reinstated April 8, 2008

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent failed to comply with conditions imposed by a diversion agreement and that agreement was terminated in February 2003.
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to prescribe and administer controlled substances were revoked with a stay of enforcement on the revocation. Said licenses were placed On probation for five years with conditions and restrictions.
Date: May 19, 2003

Milea, Adrian Valeriu

License Status:
REVOKED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent engaged in inappropriate touching and physical contact with a patient and a co-worker. In April 1997 Respondent pled "no contest" to two counts of Gross Lewdness, Class A misdemeanors.
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice medicine and to prescribe and administer controlled substances were placed On probation for five years with conditions and restrictions.
Date: October 2, 2000

Miller, James Allen

License Status:
SURRENDERED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent engaged in unprofessional conduct and unlawful conduct with respect to sexual involvement with persons he was prescribing drugs to and also failing to keep patient records for the individuals.
Order: Respondent voluntarily surrendered his licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances effective the date of the Order. Respondent may also not reapply for licensure as a physician/surgeon for a period of 5 years and completion of conditions outlined in the Order.
Date: December 11, 2012

Money, Nolan B.

License Status:
ACTIVE
On probation

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent engaged in unprofessional conduct with regards to prescribing large numbers of opiates to a patient.
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances were revoked with a stay of enforcement on the revocation. Said licenses were placed on probation for two years with conditions
Date: September 13, 2013

Morgan, Arthur James

License Status:
ACTIVE
Active to practice, revoked to administer controlled substances; allowed to reapply for controlled substances, but has not. Partially reinstated June 9, 2005.

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Allegations that Respondent engaged in the following: violation of medical ethics, prescribing of controlled substances in excess, negligent practice, failure to maintain records of controlled substances, failure to maintain adequate treatment records and false communication.
Order: Respondent's license to prescribe and administer controlled substances was revoked. Respondent's license to practice as a physician/surgeon was revoked with a stay of enforcement on the revocation. Said license was placed On probation for five years with conditions and restrictions.
Date: June 13, 2001

Morgan, Lisa Ann

License Status:
Suspended

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent no longer wanted to comply with probationary conditions that existed on her license
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon is suspended until such time as she complies with conditions outlined in this order.
Date: May 17, 2011

Previous Discipline

Cause of Action: Respondent engaged in unprofessional and unlawful conduct as the result of her addiction/abuse problem
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances were revoked with a stay of enforcement on the revocation. Respondent's license to administer and prescribe controlled substances was suspended until conditions outlined in the Order have been successfully completed. Respondent's license to practice as a physician/surgeon is placed on probation for five years with conditions and restrictions.
Date: February 2, 2011

Morgan, Max Gorishek

License Status:
ACTIVE

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent engaged in unprofessional conduct with respect to improper prescribing practices for pain management of a patient.
Order:Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances were given a public reprimand. Respondent was also ordered to pay a $500 fine within 90 days. Respondent was also ordered to cease and desist from engaging in the unprofessional conduct identified in this Order.
Date: November 15, 2012

Morris, David J.

License Status:
ACTIVE
On probation

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent engaged in numerous instances of unprofessional and unlawful conduct in his practice of medicine and in prescribing/administering controlled substances.
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances will remain suspended until such time as conditions identified in the August 7, 2006 Recommended Order have been met.
Date: August 7, 2006

Morrow, Robert E.

License Status:
SURRENDERED

Most Recent Discipline
Action: Respondent engaged in unprofessional and unlawful conduct in his practice of medicine with respect to prescribing prescription medications to internet pharmacy users.
Order: Respondent voluntarily surrendered his license to practice as a physician/surgeon. Respondent may not reapply for a license for a period of five years.
Date: November 18, 2010
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Naylor, Allen O.

License Status:
ACTIVE
Reinstated January 11, 2008

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent admits: (1) he has a condition regarding sexual behavior; (2) he engaged in sexual relations on numerous occasions with a female patient between December 2001 and February 2002; and (3) he engaged in sexual relations with two other female patients between 1994 and 1996.
Order: Respondent was ordered to pay a $2,000 fine within 90 days. Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to prescribe and administer controlled substances were placed on probation for five years with conditions and restrictions.
Date: October 3, 2002

Nelson, Joel Stephen

License Status:
EXPIRED
Expired and on suspension

Most Recent Discipline
Amended Order: The suspension on Respondent's license to practice as a physician/surgeon was terminated and said license is restricted to practicing in a retraining or residency program under supervision only. Respondent's license to administer and prescribe controlled substances will remain suspended until further order of the Division.
Date: October 10, 2006

Nemazee, Mahmoud

License Status:
ACTIVE
Reinstated April 15, 2002

Most Recent Discipline
Action: Respondent admitted he has been ordering controlled substances for his own personal use and abuse.
Order: Respondent's license to practice as a dentist was revoked with a stay of enforcement on the revocation. Said license was placed On probation for five years with conditions.
Date: October 16, 2001

Nicholes, Karl R.

License Status:
SURRENDERED

Most Recent Discipline
Action: Respondent has engaged in conduct that resulted in disciplinary action by another licensing authority having jurisdiction over Respondent and his California medical license and Respondent's conduct would constitute unprofessional and/or unlawful conduct in Utah.
Order: Respondent voluntarily surrendered his licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances. Respondent may not reapply for these licenses for a period of five years.
Date: October 25, 2010

Nicholas, W. Channing

License Status:
SURRENDERED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: In October 2006 Respondent's license to practice as a physician was disciplined by the Pennsylvania Board of Medicine due to issues related to an addictive disease.
Order: Respondent voluntarily surrendered his licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances in Utah. Respondent may not reapply for the physician/surgeon license until such time that the Division and Board determine Respondent is capable of safely practicing medicine. Respondent may not reapply for the controlled substance license until such time as his DEA registration is reinstated and the Division/Board have determined that Respondent is capable of safely practicing medicine and prescribing/administering controlled substances.
Date: April 19, 2007
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Ogden, Jeffrey Gale

License Status:
ACTIVE
Reinstated December 13, 2004

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent failed to maintain appropriate professional boundaries with a patient and engaged in inappropriate intimate physical contact.
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice medicine and to prescribe and administer controlled substances are suspended until Respondent is found by a mental health examiner approved by the Division to be able to practice with reasonable safety for concerns of public health and welfare. Following the period of suspension, Respondent's licenses will be placed On probation for five years with conditions and restrictions. Respondent was also ordered to pay a $2,000 fine within 90 days from the date of the Order.
Date: January 8, 2001
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Pack, Steven R.

License Status:
SURRENDERED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent engaged in unprofessional conduct which relates to his licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances.
Order: Respondent voluntarily surrendered his licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances. Respondent may not reapply for licensure for at least a period of four years and his successful completion of conditions outlined in the October 2010 Stipulation /Order.
Date: October 18, 2010

Previous Discipline

Cause of Action: Respondent engaged in unprofessional conduct in his practice as a physician/surgeon and the conduct constitutes an immediate threat to the public health, safety and welfare.
Emergency Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances were immediately suspended pending a further Order by the Division.
Date: September 23, 2009

Page, Gary

License Status:
EXPIRED
Renewal request denied on March 1, 2012

Most Recent Discipline
Charges: Applicant engaged in unprofessional conduct that affects his licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances.
Order: The denial of Applicant's request for renewal of his licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances was upheld following a February 2012 hearing before the Physicians Licensing Board. Also, the conditional renewal of Applicant's licenses expired upon the issuance of the Order
Date: March 1, 2012
Previous Discipline
Action: Respondent was intermittently employed as a physician for Medscripts LLC, which operated Medicscriptsmd.com, an Internet website, for approximately six weeks during April and May 2002. Respondent issued prescriptions for medications including controlled substances to the website customers. Respondent believed that he had a sufficient bona fide physician-patient relationship and information to prescribe to website customers but the facts are sufficiently ambiguous concerning Respondent's conduct that the Division believes a period of administrative probation and review is appropriate. Respondent maintained some medical records of website customers to whom he issued prescriptions. However, the Division asserts that the medical records maintained by Respondent were not sufficient according to the Utah Medical Practice Act.
Order: Respondent's license to practice as a physician/surgeon was placed on probation for one year with conditions and restrictions. Respondent's license to prescribe and administer controlled substances was reinstated without the necessity of Respondent paying any additional fees. Respondent was also ordered to pay a $2,000 fine within 60 days.
Date: January 17, 2003

Paigne, Kittya Nmi

License Status:
ACTIVE
Reinstated December 7, 2011

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent's licenses in California were disciplined due to negligence and incompetence
Memorandum of Understanding and Order: Licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances were issued and said licenses were placed On probation for three years with conditions and restrictions.
Date: November 13, 2008

Parry, Darrell B.

License Status:
EXPIRED
Expired on suspension

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Disciplinary action was taken against Respondent's license to practice as an osteopathic physician in Arizona in 1997.
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as an osteopathic physician/surgeon and to prescribe and administer controlled substances are suspended until such time as Respondent's license in Arizona is fully restored and he has met all conditions in that state.
Date: April 18, 2000

Peterson, Perry A.

License Status:
SURRENDERED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent's license to practice as a physician/surgeon in the State of Illinois was indefinitely suspended for committing gross negligence. Without admitting or denying the substance of the facts found by the State of Illinois, Respondent agreed to the following:
Order: Respondent agreed to voluntarily surrender his licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to prescribe and administer controlled substances. Respondent may not reapply for any kind of licensure with the Division for a period of three years.
Date: August 23, 2002

Pfeifer, Lauren J.

License Status:
SURRENDERED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Due to Respondent's repeated actions of abusing controlled substances and alcohol, Respondent's behavior and conduct constitutes an immediate threat to the public's health, safety and welfare with respect to her ability to practice medicine safely.
Emergency Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to prescribe and administer controlled substances were immediately suspended pending further order of the Division.
Date: November 21, 2001
Pickens, James Elliott

License Status:
SUSPENSION

Most Recent Discipline
Respondent engaged in unprofessional and unlawful conduct with respect to controlled substance violations in July 2009
Order:Respondent's license to practice as a physician/surgeon was suspended effective the date of the Order until conditions outlined in this Order have been completed by Respondent.
Date: October 16, 2013

Previous Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent engaged in unprofessional and unlawful conduct that affects his ability to practice as a physician/surgeon. 
Order: Respondent's license to practice as a physician/surgeon was placed on probation for three years with conditions. Respondent may not reapply for a license to administer and prescribe controlled substances for five years from the order date.
Date: June 13, 2011

Pilgram, Paul E.

License Status:
ACTIVE

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Between August 2006 and September 2006 Respondent employed a registered nurse who he permitted to engage in the unlicensed practice of medicine.
Order: Respondent was given a public reprimand for the above conduct and also ordered to pay a $1,500 fine within 90 days.
Date: September 8, 2009

Ponce, Sean Anthony

License Status:
ACTIVE

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent engaged in unprofessional and unlawful conduct in his practice of medicine with respect to controlled substances and legend drugs and by failing to properly evaluate patients, create a treatment plan and conduct period reviews as required by the "2004 Model Policy for the Use of Controlled Substances for the Treatment of Pain".
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer/prescribe controlled substances were given a public reprimand for engaging in the conduct referenced in this Stipulation/Order. Respondent was also ordered to pay a $1500 fine within 90 days. Respondent was also ordered to cease and desist from engaging in the unprofessional/unlawful conduct identified in the Division's Stipulation/Order.
Date: May 3, 2012

Pope, David M.

License Status:
ACTIVE
Reinstated June 22, 2004

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent engaged in unprofessional conduct in his practice of medicine with regards to prescribing of controlled substances.
Order: Respondent was ordered to pay a $1,000 fine within three months. Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances were revoked with a stay of enforcement on the revocation. Said licenses are placed On probation for two years with conditions and restrictions.
Date: June 16, 2008

Pratley, Brent M.

License Status:
EXPIRED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: From October 1994 to approximately August 1997, Respondent wrote approximately six prescriptions for controlled substances to a minor without the permission of the minor's parents.
Order: Respondent was ordered to pay a $2,000 fine within 30 days from the date of the Order.
Date: January 13, 2000

Proskauer, Stephen

License Status:
ACTIVE
Reinstated, date unavailable

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent had previously surrendered his license to practice medicine in Maine in 1987 due to boundary violations.
Memorandum of Understanding: Licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to prescribe and administer controlled substances were issued to Respondent and placed on probation for five years with conditions.
Date: October 27, 2003

Purser, Danny C.

License Status:
ACTIVE
Reinstated September 30, 2008

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent has been excluded from participating in the Medicare, Medicaid and all federal health programs and Respondent has not renewed his Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) license. Also, Respondent has suffered a severe brain injury and is not currently practicing as a physician.
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to prescribe and administer controlled substances were suspended indefinitely.
Date: April 18, 2002

Previous Discipline
Cause of Action: In January 1999 Respondent was convicted of misdemeanor counts of Communications Fraud and False Claims for Medical Benefits.
Order: Respondent's license to practice medicine was revoked with a stay of enforcement on the revocation. Said license was placed On probation for three years with conditions.
Date: December 11, 2000

Purvin, Jonathan M.

License Status:
SURRENDERED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Allegations: Respondent engaged in multiple relationships, including romantic and/or sexual relationships with patients; Respondent prescribed excessive quantities and/or inappropriate combinations of controlled substances; Respondent prescribed for himself a Schedule III controlled substance. Without admitting or denying the Division's allegations, Respondent agreed to the following:
Order: Respondent voluntarily surrendered his licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to prescribe and administer controlled substances. Respondent also agreed not to reapply for licensure for at least two years.
Date: April 23, 2002
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Relyea, Randall M.

License Status:
SURRENDERED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent engaged in unprofessional and unlawful conduct in his practice as an osteopathic physician as a result of controlled substance violations and insurance fraud.
Order: Respondent voluntarily surrendered his licenses to practice as an osteopathic physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances. Respondent may not reapply for licensure for a period of seven years.
Date: February 17, 2009

Restel, Marianne G..

License Status:
SURRENDERED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent has health issues which for the time being render her unable to practice medicine.
Order: Respondent voluntarily surrendered her licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances.
Date: March 9, 2005

Richards, Robert Campbell

License Status:
RENEWAL DENIED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent admitted to fraudulently obtaining and abusing controlled substances.
Order: Respondent voluntarily surrendered his license to prescribe and administer controlled substances.
Date: February 7, 2003

Riddle, Brian T.

License Status:
EXPIRED
Expired on Probation

Most Recent Discipline
Action: Respondent acknowledges that in treating some patients he has demonstrated a lack of certain social and other skills that may impact his ability to practice medicine and he would benefit from additional continuing medical education. Respondent also acknowledges that in June 1996 he failed to insist that the consulting surgeon perform an immediate c-section take place with an obstetrical patient, which delay may have resulted in the poor outcome that followed.
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice medicine and to prescribe and administer controlled substances were revoked with a stay of enforcement on the revocation. Said licenses were placed On probation for five years with conditions and restrictions.
Date: February 1, 2002

Riley, Nicola Irene

License Status:
ACTIVE

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent engaged in unlawful and unprofessional conduct when she failed to provide accurate and correct information about her prior criminal conduct to the Division in an application for licensure.
Order: Respondent was given a public reprimand for failing to provide accurate and correct information about her prior criminal conduct to the Division in an application for licensure. Respondent was also ordered to pay a $10,000 fine within 18 months of the Order date. Respondent is also required to submit a written essay to the Division within three months of the Order date.
Date: August 29, 2011

Rizvi, Hil

License Status:
EXPIRED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent admits that he was negligent when he did not provide accurate information on his application for licensure as a physician/surgeon or to provide an addendum (explanation) with the application to further enlighten the Division regarding his responses on the application.
Order: Respondent agreed to let his license to practice medicine expire on April 30, 2000 and agreed not to renew or reapply for the license. Respondent also agreed not to practice medicine in Utah.
Date: April 12, 2000

Rodgers, Brian J.

License Status:
ACTIVE
Reinstated August 18, 2005

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent was disciplined in Oregon for engaging in gross negligence or repeated acts of negligence in his treatment of two patients.
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as an osteopathic physician/surgeon and to prescribe and administer controlled substances were revoked with a stay of enforcement on the revocation. Said licenses were placed on indefinite probation with conditions.
Date: May 22, 2002

Roundy, Michael Scott

License Status:
ACTIVE
Reinststated July 18, 2013

Most Recent Discipline
Respondent engaged in unprofessional conduct by entering into a romantic relationship with a female patient and by prescribing controlled substances for the treatment of pain for the female patient. Respondent also failed to document medical notes, records or files on his treatment of this female patient. Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances were placed on probation for three years with conditions and restrictions.
Date: September 16, 2010

Rouzier, Robert Neal

License Status:
ACTIVE

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Between October 2004 and November 2009 Respondent issued controlled substance prescriptions for testosterone when he was not licensed to do so in Utah.
Order: Respondent was ordered to pay a $1,000 fine within 90 days.
Date: February 18, 2010
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Savage, Terri Lynne

License Status:
REVOKED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent's medical license was revoked in Ohio in September 2006.
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances were revoked effective the date of the Order.
Date: July 2, 2007
Saxton, Paul W.

License Status:
ACTIVE

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent engaged in unprofessional conduct in his practice of osteopathic medicine with respect to his prescribing of controlled substances to his patients.
Order: Respondent was given a public reprimand for the above conduct and ordered to cease and desist from engaging in such unprofessional conduct in the future.
Date: June 22, 2011
Sazani, Thomas Anthony

License Status:
ACTIVE
On probation

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent's license to practice as a physician/surgeon in California has been disciplined in November 2009 and June 2011. Respondent admitted that the conduct alleged in Exhibits A and B (the California Orders) constitute unprofessional and/or unlawful conduct in this state.
OrderRespondent's license to practice as a physician and surgeon was revoked with a stay of enforcement on the revocation. Said license was placed on probation with conditions until the administrative probation in California is terminated.
Date: February 7, 2012

Schneider, John Henry

License Status:
ACTIVE

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent has been disciplined by the Wyoming Board of Medicine in February 2012.
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances are subject to conditions that now exist on his licenses as a result of his licenses being disciplined by the Wyoming Board of Medicine. Also, Respondent shall not administer or prescribe Fentanyl (Durgesic) transdermal patches, or any other type of time released patch for the treatment of pain, until the Division and Board so authorize.
Date: May 16, 2012

Schow, Jan-Erik

License Status:
ACTIVE
Reinstated July 11, 2002

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent admitted to prescribing controlled substances to several patients in excess of what was necessary to treat their medical conditions while knowing the patients had a history of drug abuse. Respondent further admitted the Division had initiated an investigation based on the following allegations: (1) that Respondent diagnosed and cast fractures for patients in spite of the fact that several radiologists indicated the patients did not have fractures; and (2) that Respondent delivered infants contrary to established protocols.
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice medicine and to prescribe and administer controlled substances were placed On probation for two years with conditions and restrictions.
Date: July 17, 2000

Sellers, Terrell L.

License Status:
ACTIVE


Reinstatement Order: The probation on Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances was terminated and said licenses were reinstated with full privileges.
Date: November 18, 2010
Previous Discipline
Respondent failed to comply with probationary conditions that existed on his licenses.
Respondent€™s licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances are suspended for a minimum of six months effective the date of the Order. Respondent has conditions to be met during the period of suspension.
Date: September 29, 2005

Previous Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent admits on six occasions since October 2001 he has uttered false prescriptions for controlled substances containing hydrocodone. Respondent used the name of another physician as the prescriber and the name of various family members as the patient with the intent to obtain the drugs for his own use and abuse.
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to prescribe and administer controlled substances were revoked with a stay of enforcement on the revocation. Said licenses were placed On probation for five years with conditions and restrictions. Respondent was also ordered to pay a $2,000 fine.
Date: March 5, 2002

Settles, Richard James

License Status:
SURRENDERED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent engaged in unprofessional and unlawful conduct when he failed to disclose to the Division in his application for licensure an investigation matter by the Arizona Board of Osteopathic Examination.
Order: Respondent voluntarily surrendered his licenses to practice as an osteopathic physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances. Respondent may not reapply for an osteopathic physician/surgeon license for a period of five years.
Date: February 6, 2013
Severn, Ernest Christopher

License Status:
ACTIVE
On probation

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent entered into a Remedial Plan with the Texas Medical Board in November 2012 as a result of Respondent overprescribing narcotics to a number of patients and that his medical records were inadequate.
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as an osteopathic physician/surgeon and to administer/prescribe controlled substances were placed on probation for two years with conditions.
Date: March 5, 2013

Shields, Kenneth Gary

License Status:
EXPIRED
Expired and on suspension

Most Recent Discipline
In March 2005 Respondent voluntarily surrendered his controlled substance privileges with the Drug Enforcement Administration after he became aware that an investigation into his handling of controlled substances was being conducted. Respondent failed to keep records of the controlled substances that were found in his locker at his place of employment.
Order: Respondent voluntarily surrendered his license to administer and prescribe controlled substances. Respondent was also ordered to pay a $1,000 fine within 90 days.
May 5, 2005

Shuler, William Henry

License Status:
ACTIVE

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Between April 2008 and August 2010 Respondent, on multiple occasions, issued online prescriptions for prescription medications to Utah residents. These prescriptions were dispensed to the Utah residents by a pharmacy located in Florida. During a portion of the time noted, Respondent's license to practice as a physician/surgeon in Utah had expired from February 1, 2010 until July 27, 2010.
Order: Respondent's license to practice as a physician/surgeon was given a public reprimand as a result of the above conduct. Respondent was also ordered to immediately cease and desist from the unprofessional and unlawful conduct described in this Stipulation and Order.
Date: August 8, 2011

Simpson, Robert Ian

License Status:
ACTIVE
On probation

Reinstatement order:The suspension on Respondent's license to administer and prescribe controlled substances was terminated and said license was placed on the same probation with conditions that currently exists on his physician/surgeon license.

Date: May 30, 2013
Most Recent License Action
Amended Order

Order: The suspension on Respondent's license to practice as a physician/surgeon was terminated and said license was placed on probation for five years subject to the conditions in the December 21, 2011 Stipulation/Order. Respondent's license to administer/prescribe controlled substances will remain suspended until an additional amended order is issued.
Date: March 15, 2012 Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent has engaged in conduct, including the use of intoxicants, drugs, narcotics, or similar chemicals, to the extent that the conduct might reasonably be considered to impair his ability to safely practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances.
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances were revoked with a stay of enforcement on the revocations. Respondent's license to practice as a physician/surgeon was suspended until conditions outlined in the Order have been completed. Respondent's license to administer/prescribe controlled substances was also be suspended for a period of two years with conditions to be met during the suspension period. When the suspension on Respondent's physician/surgeon license is terminated, said license shall be placed on probation for five years with conditions.
Date: December 21, 2011

Slavens, Gary Dean

License Status:
Surrendered

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: As a result of a prior disciplinary Order in Case No. DOPL-2012-229, Respondent informed the Division that he has no desire to complete any further evaluation or education activities as recommended by the CPEP evaluation.
Order: Respondent voluntarily surrendered his licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances. Respondent may not reapply for licensure as a physician/surgeon for a period of five years.
Date: April 25, 2013

Previous Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent was disciplined by the Kansas Medical Board in October 2011 for conduct that would constitute grounds for disciplinary action if the conduct had occurred in Utah.
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances were revoked with a stay of enforcement on the revocation. Said licenses are suspended until Respondent has completed a required competency evaluation. Following the period of suspension, both licenses will be placed on probation for five years with conditions and restrictions.
Date: August 22, 2012

Spaulding, Bradley

License Status:
EXPIRED
Expired and on suspension

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent's license to practice medicine was disciplined by the state of New York in April 2005 after Respondent issued fraudulent prescriptions to others in order to obtain the drug for his own use.
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances are indefinitely suspended Respondent has conditions to be met before the suspension can be terminated. Also, Respondent shall continue to be bound by the conditions of the June 17, 2003 Order in Case No. DOPL-2003-128 during the period of suspension.
Date: May 16, 2005

Stack, Warren R.

License Status:
SURRENDERED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Allegations Respondent prescribed legend drugs and controlled substances in violation of the professional standards of practice; engaged in inappropriate pain management; engaged in inappropriate prescribing practices; and engaged in actions and communications which are false, misleading, deceptive and/or fraudulent. Without admitting or denying the Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law contained in the May 25, 2007 Emergency Order, Respondent agreed to the following:
Order: Respondent voluntarily surrendered his licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances. Respondent may not reapply for licensure for a period of ten years from the Order date.
Date: July 17, 2007

Stoddard, Larry D.

License Status:
SURRENDERED/REVOKED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: From approximately January 2000 until November 2003, approximately 2-3 times per month, Respondent would "split scripts". Respondent would call in a prescription under a patient's name then keep all or some of the medication himself which was in violation of probationary conditions and restrictions that existed on his license.
Order: Respondent voluntarily surrendered his license to practice as a physician /surgeon. Respondent may reapply for said license after a period of two years. It should be noted that Respondent's license to prescribe and administer controlled substances was previously revoked on December 22, 1999 in a prior disciplinary proceeding.
Date: November 14, 2003

Previous Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent violated his probation, entered in a prior Division Order, when Respondent issued prescriptions for controlled substances without a license and he falsely represented that he had a current DEA registration number.
Order: Respondent's license to prescribe and administer controlled substances will remain revoked. Respondent's license to practice medicine shall remain on probation with conditions and restrictions.
Date: March 14, 2002

Syphus, Merrill Tullis

License Status:
Active/Surrendered
Active to practice medicine, surrendered to prescribe controlled substances

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent engaged in unprofessional and unlawful conduct with respect to controlled substance ordering, maintenance and usage. Respondent also surrendered his federal Drug Enforcement Administration registration in February 2014.
Order: Respondent voluntarily surrendered his license to administer and prescribe controlled substances. Respondent may not reapply for a controlled substance license for a period of five years.
Date: March 12, 2014
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Taylor, Paul Ray

License Status:
SURRENDERED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Allegations Respondent engaged in improper prescribing of legend drugs and controlled substances.Without admitting or denying the Division's allegations, Respondent agreed to the following.
Order: Respondent voluntarily surrendered his licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances. Respondent may not reapply for licensure as a physician/surgeon for a period of ten years from the Order date.
Date: June 18, 2008

Theodore, Alexander

License Status:
SURRENDERED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: In April 2007 Respondent pled guilty to five counts of unlawfully distributing/offering/arranging to distribute controlled substances, each a second degree felony.
Order: Respondent voluntarily surrendered his license to practice as a physician/surgeon and his expired license to administer and controlled substances and any residual rights he had to those licenses. Respondent may not reapply for licensure as a physician/surgeon for a period of five years.
Date: January 16, 2008

Previous Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent provided medical services in the area of chronic pain management without specialized training or knowledge in chronic pain management. Respondent's practice in chronic pain management was beyond the scope of the licensee's abilities and/or education.
Order: Respondent's license to practice as a physician/surgeon is revoked with a stay of enforcement on the revocation. Said license is placed On probation for 5 years with conditions and restrictions. Respondent's license to administer and prescribe controlled substances is revoked with a stay of enforcement on the revocation. Said controlled substance license is suspended for a minimum of 2 years from the Order date. Respondent shall not engage in the practice of medicine as defined by Utah Code Annotated 58-67-102(8) in either a commercial or non-profit situation pending his participation in an assement of clinical competence provided by CPEP, review of the assessment by the licensing board and division until further order as recommended by the board and adopted by the division.
Date: May 9, 2005

Tolman, Keith G.

License Status:
ACTIVE
Reinstated September 4, 2003

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent failed to maintain professional conduct.
Order: Respondent was ordered to pay a $2,000 fine. Respondent's license to practice as a physician/surgeon was suspended for five years with a stay of enforcement on the suspension. Said license was placed On probation for five years with conditions and restrictions.
Date: June 15, 2000

Trauba, Thomas K

License Status:
EXPIRED
On suspension

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Allegations Respondent engaged in unprofessional conduct with regards to prescribing controlled substances to patients. Respondent, while neither admitting nor denying the Division's findings, agreed to the following.
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances were revoked with a stay of enforcement on the revocation. Said licenses are suspended with conditions. Following the period of suspension, said licenses will be placed on probation for three years with conditions.
Date: February 11, 2014

Tucker, Stephen Richard

License Status:
Active

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent engaged in unprofessional conduct when he engaged in an inappropriate romantic non-sexual relationship with a current patient between March 2013 and June 2013.
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances were given a public reprimand for the above conduct. Respondent was also ordered to complete the PACE boundaries course within one year and submit proof of completion to the Division.
Date: March 25, 2014

Turner, Bryan W.

License Status:
ACTIVE
Reinstated March 18, 2002

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Between January and March 2000 Respondent employed a technician to operate a medical laser device to remove patients' unwanted hair. Respondent allowed this technician to treat patients with the laser device when he had not examined them and evaluated the efficacy of using the device on those patients.
Order: Respondent was ordered to pay a $500 fine. Respondent's license to practice medicine was placed On probation for two years with conditions.
Date: August 23, 2000
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Van Wagoner, Joseph

License Status:
SURRENDERED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Allegations: Respondent ingested controlled substances which he ordered and had delivered. Respondent did not have a valid prescription for the controlled substances nor did a prescribing practitioner lawfully administer or prescribe the controlled substances to Respondent. Respondent failed to keep records of the purchase and disposition of the controlled substances described above. Respondent has not practiced medicine since the late 1990s due to health concerns. Respondent neither admits nor denies the Division's findings of fact, but agreed to the following.
Order: Respondent voluntarily surrendered his licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances. Respondent may not reapply for licensure as a physician/surgeon or to administer and prescribe controlled substances for a period of five years.
Date: November 10, 2009

Venger, Benjamin H.

License Status:
ACTIVE

Most Recent Action

Reinstatement Order: Respondent has successfully completed the conditions that existed on his licenses as a result of a November 23, 2009 public reprimand. Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to prescribe and administer controlled substances were reinstated with full privileges.
Date: May 16, 2012

Previous Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent was disciplined by the Nevada Board of Medical Examiners in May 2009.
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances were given a public reprimand. Respondent also has conditions to meet in Utah while he is On probation in Nevada.
Date: November 23, 2009

Venuto, Gary P.

License Status:
ACTIVE
Reinstated October 19, 2003

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Self-administration of controlled substances. Respondent failed to maintain controlled substance records.
Order: Respondent's license to prescribe and administer controlled substances was revoked. Respondent's license to practice medicine was revoked with a stay of enforcement on the revocation. Said license was placed On probation for five years with conditions and restrictions.
Date: June 1, 2001
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Walsh, William Joseph

License Status:
SURRENDERED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent engaged in unprofessional conduct that affects his licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances.
Order: Respondent voluntarily surrendered his licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances. Respondent may not reapply for licensure as a physician/surgeon until conditions identified in the Order have been completed.
Date: February 26, 2013

Waterfallen, George T.

License Status:
EXPIRED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Disciplinary action was taken against Respondent's medical license in Louisiana due to his drug abuse.
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice medicine and to prescribe and administer controlled substances were placed On probation for the duration of his Louisiana probation subject to the same terms and conditions as in Louisiana. NOTE: As of the date of the Order, Dr. Waterfallen had not renewed his licenses and they expired on April 30, 2000.
Date: May 24, 2000

Watkins, Kirk G.

License Status:
ACTIVE

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent failed to maintain records of controlled substances purchased by him for use in his office.
Order: Respondent was ordered to pay a $1,000 fine within 30 days.
Date: July 23, 2002

Weber, Nita B.

License Status:
ACTIVE
Reinstated October 30, 2006

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent has engaged in inappropriate prescribing practices.
Order: Respondent's license to administer and prescribe controlled substances was revoked with a stay of enforcement on the revocation. Said license is indefinitely suspended. Respondent's license to practice as an osteopathic physician/surgeon was revoked with a stay of enforcement on the revocation. Said license is placed on indefinite probation with conditions.
Date: August 30, 2004

Previous Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent has demonstrated a severe departure from the standard of care, competency and skill that an osteopathic physician is required to maintain. This behavior constitutes an immediate threat to the public's health, safety and welfare. Emergency
Order: Respondent's license to prescribe and administer controlled substances was suspended pending a further Order of the Division. Respondent's license to practice as an osteopathic physician/surgeon was immediately restricted with respect to Respondent's ability to administer and prescribe controlled substances. This Emergency Order effective date will not begin until August 23, 2004, which is the date of service of the Emergency Order upon Dr. Weber.
Date: August 20, 2004
Weitzel, Robert Allan

License Status:
ACTIVE
On probation


Most Recent License Action
Amended Order and Stipulation

Order: An Amended Stipulation and Order was entered whereby probationary conditions affecting Respondent's license to practice as a physician/surgeon were changed.
Date: May 7, 2013

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent has previously been disciplined in California, Texas and Utah.
Order: A license to practice as a physician and surgeon was issued to Respondent. Said license was revoked with a stay of enforcement on the revocation. Said license was placed on probation for five years with conditions and restrictions. A license to prescribe and administer controlled substances will NOT be issued at this time and until such time as Respondent has completed conditions outlined in the Order.
Date: October 6, 2011

Wells, Sarah

License Status:
ACTIVE

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent violated the Controlled Substance Act Rules when she failed to maintain any patient records of her care of a patient and she did not document or record any of the controlled substances or other drugs she had prescribed to him.
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances were given a public reprimand for the above conduct. Respondent was also ordered to pay a $2000 fine within 90 days. Respondent was also ordered to complete an additional six hours of continuing medical education within 90 days.
Date: October 20, 2009

Werner, Scott Rulon

License Status:
SURRENDERED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: In January 2005 Respondent pled guilty to one count of Health Fraud.
Order: Respondent voluntarily surrendered his licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances.
Date: June 3, 2005

Wilson, George Samuel

License Status:
ACTIVE

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent engaged in unprofessional conduct in his practice of medicine with regards to controlled substance prescribing to a patient in October 2009 and inadequate medical records relating to the patient's October 2009 office visit.
Order: Respondent was given a public reprimand for the above conduct. Respondent was also ordered to complete a physician prescribing course and a medical record keeping course before July 31, 2014. Respondent also agreed he will seek peer review when prescribing and using Fentanyl for the treatment of pain with his patients in new or complicated cases.
Date: February 3, 2014

Workman, David Henry

License Status:
ACTIVE
Reinstated February 13, 2006

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent unlawfully obtained and used controlled substances. In January 1999 Respondent pled guilty to: (1) filing a false or fraudulent insurance claim; (2) obtaining a prescription under false pretenses; and (3) distribution of a controlled substance.
Order: Respondent's license to prescribe and administer controlled substances was revoked. Respondent's license to practice medicine was revoked with a stay of enforcement on the revocation. Said license was placed On probation for five years with conditions and restrictions.
Date: November 8, 2000

Wyatt, Paul Wade

License Status:
ACTIVE
Reinstated July 16, 2007

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent had disciplinary action taken against his medical license in Wyoming in June 2006 and corrective action taken in Minnesota in December 2004.
Memorandum of Understanding and Order: Licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances were issued to Respondent with an indefinite restriction in which Respondent is restricted to the practice of medical opthalmology. Respondent shall not perform or assist in the performance of any surgical or invasive procedure of any kind outside of the practice of medical opthalmology.
Date: May 9, 2007
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Yakel, Donald Leroy Jr.

License Status:
SURRENDERED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent has failed to comply with probationary conditions that exist on his license. Respondent has also been disciplined by the Illinois Medical Board in March 2013 and October 2013.
Order: Respondent voluntarily surrendered his licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances. Respondent may not reapply for a physician/surgeon license for a period of two years.
Date: November 19, 2013

Previous Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent's medical license was disciplined by the Illinois Division of Professional Regulation in June 2012.
Order: Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances are placed on probation with conditions. The Utah probationary period shall continue until Respondent's Illinois probation is terminated.
Date: February 14, 2013

Yearsely, Steven Gary

License Status:
ACTIVE
Reinstated January 18, 2008

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Respondent fraudulently obtained controlled substances on his wife's behalf. Respondent failed to maintain complete and accurate records of controlled substances maintained at his office for office use.
Order: Respondent was ordered to pay a $2,000 fine within 90 days. Respondent voluntarily surrendered his Utah license to administer and prescribe controlled substances. Respondent may not reapply for a controlled substance license for a period of two years. Respondent's license to practice as a physician/surgeon was revoked with a stay of enforcement on the revocation. Said license was placed On probation for three years with conditions.
Date: February 9, 2006

Youngblood, Robert L.

License Status:
ACTIVE
Reinstated February 14, 2005

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: Allegations: Respondent aided and abetted Debra Youngblood to engage in the unauthorized practice of medicine; Respondent permitted Debra Youngblood to engage in the practice of medicine and to prescribe controlled substances; Respondent prescribed controlled substances in excessive amounts and without having a medical diagnosis indicating the use of controlled substances; Respondent failed to keep and maintain records of controlled substances received, maintained and/or administered in his medical practice. Respondent neither admits or denies the Division's allegations, but agreed to the following:
Order: Respondent's license to practice as a physician/surgeon was sanctioned with conditions to be met. Respondent was ordered to pay a $2,000 fine within 30 days. Respondent's license to prescribe and administer controlled substances was placed On probation for three years with conditions and restrictions.
Date: April 15, 2003

Zwiebel, William J.

License Status:
SURRENDERED

Most Recent Discipline
Cause of Action: In October 2006 Respondent entered a guilty plea to a felony count of possession of child pornography.
Order: Respondent voluntarily surrendered his licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe controlled substances. Respondent may not reapply for licensure for a period of five years.
Date: November 14, 2006
 
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Posted // December 27,2010 at 13:32

One of the doctors listed, Randal Ellsworth should have had his license revoked years ago. He has blinded several patients over the years. He was thrown out of his fellowship at the Kentucky Eye Institure and asked to leave practices in Oregon and Wyoming. How he can still be allowed to do eye surgery is a mystery.

 

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Posted // October 6,2010 at 08:29

Eric, I read the article about Dr. Eyring and the others with great interest. One of our patients brought in the article after asking me if I had seen it. I hadn't but he told me his horror story with Dr. Eyring and how lucky he felt to be alive. He had been operated on twice by Dr. Eyring and was told that he needed a third operation to have a bag inserted.

He went for a second opinion at the VA and three hours later and many tests later found out that there was nothing wrong. The story was very similar to Douglas Hudson in the article. I wanted to see the article because my husband's father was operated on by Dr. Eyring and eventually died. I won't go into details but now I will always wonder if he would have lived longer if he hadn't been told that he had cancerous polups that required surgery. After reading the article, I just don't know what to think. My father-in-law eventually died after the "successful" surgery that suddenly had him in Intensive Care over at St. Mark's Hospital instead of coming home.

The real reason for writing is to let you know that I believe you have saved a lot of lives by writing this article. I believe that rather than returning the "open-records" that were demanded to be returned by the Attorney General's Office, that you have saved many people and their families a lot of grief.

There are many wonderful doctors who truly care and are very responsible. It is truly sad to find one that disregards patient safety to line his own pocket by doing unnecessary surgery. Thank you for your fine reporting.

 

Posted // December 27,2010 at 13:34 - This is a bit scary. Dr. Eyering was my doctor for my first two colonoscopy procedures. He yelled at me for having the second one done after I had a bout of diverticulitis saying I didn't need to repeat the previous test. I never suspected anything out of the ordinary about him other than it was difficult to get results.

 

 
 
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