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Professional Medical Conduct Board Actions: Beginning 1990

Row numberNameAddressLicense NumberLicense TypeYear of BirthEffective DateActionMisconduct DescriptionDate Updated
6751Young, Robert B3036 Route 89 Seneca Falls, New York 13148125981MD02/10/1995License revocationThe Hearing Committee sustained the charge finding the physician guilty of having been convicted in New York State Supreme Court, Monroe County, New York of Perjury; Making a False Statement and Offering a False Instrument for Filing.
6752Young, Steve Shu-Tzu598 Charles Place Highland Heights, Ohio 44143125502MD05/21/1996License revocationThe Hearing Committee sustained the charge finding the physician had been disciplined by the Maine State Board of Licensure in Medicine for failing to maintain proper patient records, inappropriate prescribing and sleeping during an operation where he was the attending anesthesiologist. The Hearing Committee also sustained the charge that he was disciplined by the Ohio State Medical Board for failing to disclose on both his Ohio medical license renewal application and Ohio hospital application that he was
6753Younger, David L383 Grove Street Charleston, South Carolina 29403000159RPA194506/19/1998License revocationThe Hearing Committee sustained the charge finding the physician assistant was disciplined by the South Carolina Board of Medical Examiners for practicing medicine without certification and the unauthorized prescribing of controlled substances to patients.The Hearing Committee also sustained the charge finding the physician assistant was convicted in South Carolina General Sessions Court, Charleston County of practicing without a license and the unauthorized prescribing of controlled substances.
6754Yousef, Tariq Anwar67 Willow Drive Briarcliff Manor, New York 10451236330MD197702/29/2008License surrenderThe physician did not contest the charge of having been convicted in New York State Supreme Court , New York County of criminal sale of a prescription for a controlled substance,02/22/2008
6755Youssef, Safwat AttiaSafwat A.Youssef, M.D. 410 Bard Avenue Staten Island, New York 10310145667MD194406/19/2002License revocationThe Hearing Committee sustained the charges finding the physician guilty of negligence on more than one occasion; gross negligence; practicing fraudulently;failing to maintain adequate records;failing to complete forms required for reimbursement of a patient or third party and harassing,abusing or intimidating a patient.The Review Board on October 8, 2002 remanded this matter to the Hearing Committee to clarify their order and determination and directed the Hearing Committee to issue an amended determinatio01/16/2003
6756Youssef-Ahmed, Maged Z384 DeMott Avenue Rockville Centre, New York 11570199752MD195601/21/2000License suspension for twenty-four months stayed with an active period of suspension for four months commencing March 1, 2000. The physician is also placed on two years probation commencing upon the active practice of medicine in New York State with five hundred hours of community service.The physician has satisfied the terms of the order.The physician did not contest the charges of practicing fraudulently and filing a false report.06/17/2002
6757Yu, Bing Tsung10 Carol Place Staten Island, New York 10303155717MD195711/25/2002Censure and reprimand with probation for three yearsThe physician did not contest the charge of failing to maintain accurate records.11/25/2002
6758Yu, Henry C H15 Bolton Drive North Hill, New York 11030144251MD194610/01/2004License suspension for three years, stayed with probation for three years to run concurrent with the probation imposed by the New York State Supreme Court, Kings County, New York.The physician's period of probation ended July 18, 2007.The physician did not contest the charge of having been convicted in New York State Supreme Court, Kings County, New York of petit larceny.09/27/2004
6759Yun, No Yk5388 Oakbrook Drive Sagionaw, MI 48603128824MD194009/28/2005License surrenderThe physician did not contest the charge of having been disciplined by the Michigan State Board of Medicine for inappropriate prescribing of controlled substances.09/21/2005
6760Yurfeld, Sofya2079 East 24th Street Brooklyn, New York 11229223444DO195207/26/2007Censure and reprimand and a $5,000.fine.This January14, 2009 order is a modification of the terms of order BPMC #07-154 and does not constitute a new disciplinary action. Previously the physician did not contest the charge of failing to comply with laws governing the practice of medicine in New York State.01/07/2009
6761Yushak, Michael William250 Mill Pond Court Weathersfield, Vermont 05151136401MD194309/05/2006The physician has agreed to not activate his registration or seek to reapply for a medical license to practice medicine in New York State.The physician did not contest the charge of having been disciplined by the New Hampshire State Board of Medicine for negligence.08/30/2006
6762Yuz, Michael3684 Oceanside Road East Oceanside, New York 11572218516MD197411/03/2004Probation for four years with the provision that after satisfactorily completing three years of probation the physician is permitted to apply for early termination of the probation term.The physician's period of probation ended November 2, 2007.The physician did not contest the charge of practicing fraudulently.10/27/2004
6763Zaccheo, Jerald D3620 Avery Court Turlock, California 95380134842MD194612/20/2001License surrenderThe physician did not contest the charge of having been disciplined by the California State Medical Board for unprofessional conduct and excessive drug use.12/23/2001
6764Zachariah, Abraham555 Knowles Drive Suite 117 Los Gatos, California 95030137458MD195009/15/2004License suspension for five years, stayed with probation for five years commencing upon the active practice of medicine in New York State and conditions prior to practicing in New York State,The physician did not contest the charges of having been twice convicted in Superior Court of California County of Santa Clara of driving under the influence of alcohol and having been disciplined by the California State Medical Board for unprofessional conduct.09/08/2004
6765Zackin, Henry J424 East 52nd Street New York, New York 10022101457MD194103/16/2005License surrenderThe physician did not contest the charge of having violated the terms and conditions of an order previously imposed by the New York State Board for Professional Medical Conduct.03/09/2005
6766Zackin, Henry J424 E.52nd Street New York, New York 10022101457MD194102/21/1990Censure and reprimand.The physician later surrendered his medical license effective March 16, 2005.The New York State Board of Regents sustained the charges finding the physician guilty of negligence on more than one occasion;practicing fraudulently;filing a false report and failing to maintain adequate records.03/09/2005
6767Zackin, Henry J424 East 52nd Street New York,New York 10022101457MD194103/28/2002License permanently limited to practicing only in a facility licensed under New York State Public Health Law Article 28,except for pre and post surgical office visits and specified minor procedures performed only under local anesthesia with probation for five years commencing upon the active practice of medicine in New York State.The physician later surrendered his medical license effective March 16, 2005.The physician did not contest the charge of negligence on more than one occasion.03/09/2005
6768Zadeh, Mehran1740 Ocean Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11230003399RPA196107/21/2010License suspension for three years, stayed with probation for three years and $7,500 fine. The physician assistant is prohibited from ordering, performing and/or interpreting electrodiagnostic nerve and muscle studies as long as he is licensed to practice medicine in New York. The physician assistant completed the monitoring terms of his order effective July 20, 2013.This is a modification of the terms of BPMC #10-101 imposed on June 18, 2010 and does not constitute a new disciplinary action. Previously the Hearing Committee sustained the charges finding the physician assistant guilty of incompetence on more than one occasion; negligence on more than one occasion; ordering unwarranted tests/treatment; failure to maintain accurate patient records and practicing beyond the scope of his expertise.09/06/2013
6769Zafar, Syeda64 Northington Drive East Amherst, New York 14051158264MD193610/16/2007Permanent surrender of the physician's New York State Medical license issued pursuant to New York State Public Health Law Section 230.13This action is not disciplinary in nature.11/06/2007
6770Zahl, KennethAddress Redacted151413MD195604/18/2008License revocation with the first seven days stayed. Previously on February 15, 2008 the New York State Supreme Court, Appellate Division, Third Department had granted the physician a temporary stay of the February 8, 2008 Hearing Committee Determination and Order. The temporary stay has been vacated and the February 8, 2008 Hearing Committee Determination and Order goes into effect April 18, 2008.The Hearing Committee sustained the charge finding the physician guilty of having been disciplined by the New Jersey State Board of Medical Examiners for practicing medicine fraudulently; violation of Medicare regulations and guidelines by double billing; creating false patient records and failure to maintain good moral character.04/11/2008
6771Zahler, Gideon30 McGeory Avenue Yonkers, New York 10708006578RPA196408/04/2004Nondisciplinary order of conditions for five years taken pursuant to New York State Public Health Law Section 230(13). This order is not disciplinary in nature. The physician has completed the term of monitoring.This order is not disciplinary in nature.07/29/2004
6772Zaino, Edward68 Washington Avenue Garden City, New York 11530042864MD12/12/1997No penaltyThe Review Board sustained the Hearing Committee's August 12, 1997 determination finding the physician guilty of failing to maintain accurate patient records for one patient and overturned the Hearing Committee's penalty of censure and reprimand and imposed no penalty.
6773Zak, John87 Riverside Drive Ormond Beach, Florida 32174170914MD195304/27/2007Fine $10,000.The physician has satisfied the terms of the order.The physician did not contest the charge of having been issued a letter of concern from the Florida State Board of Medicine for failing to practice medicine with the appropriate level of care.04/20/2007
6774Zaki, Omar S20 Gas Light Lane Framingham, Massachusetts 01701114194MD10/13/1994License revocationThe Hearing Committee sustained the charge finding the physician guilty of having been disciplined by the Virginia State Board of Medicine for excessive testing.
6775Zales, Michael6925 North Chaparral Place Tuscon, Arizona 85718095317MD07/19/1994License surrenderThe physician agreed he could not successfully defend against the charge of having been disciplined by the Connecticut State Division of Medical Quality Assurance for inappropriate relationships with patients and having breached the confidentiality of the therapeutic relationship.
6776Zalmanov, Mikhail I61 W. 23rd Street, #7 New York, NY 10010158429MD194603/06/2013Probation for three years and the physician is permanently precluded from practicing anesthesiology. The physician may only practice medicine in a supervised setting and may only practice non-anesthesia related medical services to include and limited to initial evaluations, taking histories, vital signs, obtaining electrocardiograms, performing inoculations and only other medical services requiring a similar level of expertise.The physician asserted he could not successfully defend against at least one act of misconduct alleged in the Statement of Charges. The allegations include gross negligence; gross incompetence; negligence on more than one occasion; incompetence on more than one occasion and failing to maintain adequate patient records.02/27/2013
6777Zalmanov, Mikhail Isaakovich401 East 34th Street Apartment S28C New York, New York 10016158429MD194611/08/2005Censure and reprimand and $2,500.fine.Later on March 6, 2013 the physician was placed on probation and precluded from practicing anesthesiology.The physician did not contest the charge of having been convicted in Criminal Court of New York, County of Queens, New York of driving while intoxicated.11/02/2005
6778Zaman, Fasih QGatmells Motel Rowalpindi, 49000 Pakistan114131MD11/24/1994License revocationThe Hearing Committee sustained the charge finding the physician guilty of having been disciplined by the South Carolina State Board of Medical Examiners for unprofessional conduct.
6779Zamek, Albert424 90th Street Surfside, FL 33154181578MD196111/20/2013Censure and reprimand with probation for three years.The Hearing Committee sustained the charge finding the physician guilty of having been disciplined by the Florida State Division of Administrative Hearings of making deceptive and/or untrue representations to a patient and failing to maintain a patient record.12/26/2013
6780Zamstein, Jacob148 Sunny Reach Drive West Hartford, Connecticut 06117136715MD195104/26/2005The physician may not renew his New York State medical license to practice medicine for three years and commencing upon practicing medicine in New York State the physician will be placed on probation for three years.The physician did not contest the charges of having been convicted in United States District Court, District of Massachusetts of Conspiracy to Defraud and having been disciplined by the Connecticut Department of Public Health, Bureau of Healthcare Systems.Previously the physician's license was summarily suspended on February 3, 2005.04/19/2005
6781Zamzam, SalihRoute #2, Box 5 Grundy, Virginia 24614113897MD02/07/1995License revocationThe Review Board sustained the Hearing Committee's September 30, 1994 determination finding the physician guilty of having been disciplined by the Virginia State Board of Medicine for inappropriately prescribing controlled substances and for inappropriate sexual contact with patients.
6782Zarate, Jesus M4104 Vividell Circle West Des Moines, Iowa 50266144321MD194701/27/2006License suspension for one year stayed and a permanent license limitation where the physician may only practice medicine in New York State in a supervised setting providing daily practice oversight and which has in effect quality assurance and risk management protocols, such as a facility licensed by New York State.The physician did not contest the charge of having been convicted in United States District Court, Southern District of Iowa of conspiracy to defraud by making false statements concerning healthcare.01/20/2006
6783Zarate, Jesus M4104 Vividell Circle West Des Moines, Iowa 50266144321MD194712/08/2006The physician has agreed to never register or reapply for a license to practice medicine in New York State.The physician did not contest the charge of having been disciplined by the Iowa State Board of Medical Examiners for violating a term of an order.12/01/2006
6784Zarate, Jesus M4104 Vividell Circle West Des Moines, Iowa 50266144321MD194704/03/2003License suspension to run concurrent with the term imposed by the Iowa State Board of Medical Examiners,after the restoration of the physician's Iowa license then the physician's New York license will be subject to Iowa's term of probation and conditions.Later effective January 27, 2006 the physician's license was suspended for one year stayed with a permanent license limitation where the physician may only practice medicine in New York State in a supervised setting providing daily practice oversight and whThe physician did not contest having been disciplined by the Iowa State Board of Medical Examiners for making fraudulent representations; aiding or advising a person to unlawfully practice medicine and engaging in practice,which is harmful or detrimental to the public health.04/04/2003
6785Zarcone, John317 Winding Ridge Road Cedar Falls, Iowa 50613201767MD196902/09/2007Censure and reprimandThe physician did not contest the charge of having been warned by the Iowa State Board of Medical Examiners for unprofessional conduct.02/05/2007
6786Zaresky, Stephen5433 Dry Creek Road Napa, California 94558115550MD11/30/1993License revocationThe Hearing Committee sustained the charges finding the physician guilty of having been convicted in United States District Court, Northern District of California of furnishing false and fraudulent material information and having been disciplined by the California State Medical Board.
6787Zaretsky, Jay RAddress redacted179607MD195703/11/2013Indefinite license suspension for a period of no less than nine months after which the physician may petition for a modification order staying the suspension which may include probationary terms and/or further conditions concerning his practice of medicine.The physician did not contest the charge of having been disciplined by the Wisconsin State Medical Examining Board for being impaired by drugs. Previously on February 8, 2013 an interim non-disciplinary order of conditions was issued where the physician agreed to not practice medicine until the final disposition of the New York State Office of Professional Medical Conduct investigation.03/04/2013
6788Zarkin, Allan60 Sutton Place South Apartment 12E New York, New York 10022095976MD193802/03/2000License surrenderThe physician agreed that he could not successfully defend against at least one of the charges of gross negligence; negligence on more than one occasion; verbally or physically abusing a patient; conduct which evidences moral unfitness; practicing medicine while impaired and having a psychiatric condition which impairs his ability to practice medicine.The physician previously agreed on January 6, 2000 in a non disciplinary order of conditions pursuant to New York State Public Health Law Section 230 to ceas
6789Zarnoch Jr., Chester W1008 Main Street Hingham, Massachusetts 02043127600MD194510/11/2005License revocationThe Hearing Committee sustained the charge finding the physician guilty of having been disciplined by the Massachusetts State Board of Registration in Medicine for negligence and failure to maintain adequate records.10/11/2005
6790Zaslow, Stephen LNorth Fork Psychiatry Group 13000 Main Road Mattituck, NY 11952098156MD193609/03/2012License surrenderThe physician did not contest the charges of negligence on more than one occasion; gross negligence; fraudulent practice; making a false report; exercising undue influence on a patient; evidencing moral unfitness; failing to make records available to a patient; failing to complete forms for patient reimbursement and failing to maintain accurate patient records.08/27/2012
6791Zavarelli, Danielle Ann168 Hickory Avenue Staten Island, New York 10305008175RPA197909/18/2007Temporary surrender of the physician assistant's New York State medical license issued pursuant to New York State Public Health Law Section 230.13.This action is not disciplinary in nature.10/05/2007
6792Zawahir, Meeyapillai K91 Knickerbocker Road Tenafly, New Jersey 07670117999MD193909/05/2006License suspension for three years stayed with probation for three years and permanently restricted from having any financial interest in any health related diagnostic facility.The physician has completed the term of probation. Previously on June 2, 2006 the physician had agreed to not engage in the practice of medicine in New York State or in any other jurisdiction where the practice of medicine is predicated upon a New York State medical license.THe Hearing Committee sustained the charge finding the physician guilty of having been convicted in United States District Court, Eastern New York of Health Care Fraud.10/31/2006
6793Zegarrundo, RolandoClniica Latina No. 1 6859 South Glessner Drive Houston, TX 77036125982MD193711/19/2010License revocation.The Hearing Committee sustained the charge finding the physician guilty of having been disciplined by the Texas State Medical Board for failing to maintain accurate patient records; failing to practice medicine in an acceptable professional manner; prescribing a drug or treatment that is nontherapeutic in nature and inadequate supervision of persons under his authority.11/17/2010
6794Zehner Jr., William John738 Irving Avenue, Syracuse, NY 13210181937MD195606/19/2008License suspension for forty-eight months, stayed with probation for forty-eight months.The physician did not contest the charges of negligence or incompetence on more than one occasion; failing to maintain accurate records and engaging in conduct which evidences moral unfitness.06/13/2008
6795Zeifman, Claude William115 East 86th Street Apartment 142 New York, New York 10028186399MD195806/15/2005Censure and reprimand.The physician has satisfied the terms of the order.The physician did not contest the charge of having been convicted in New York State Supreme Court, New York County of endangering the welfare of a child.06/08/2005
6796Zekri, HabibP.O. Box 1123 York Harbor, Maine 03911118875MD04/05/1995License surrenderThe physician agreed that he could not successfully defend against the charges of gross negligence; gross incompetence and fraudulently altering a patient record.
6797Zelano, Salvatore201 East 21st Street New York, New York 10010124660MD194708/17/1999License revocationThe Hearing Committee sustained the charges that the physician was guilty of gross negligence; gross incompetence; negligence and incompetence on more than one occasion; practicing fraudulently; filing a false report; failing to maintain accurate records and engaging in conduct which evidences moral unfitness.
6798Zelig, IrmaAddress redacted121287MD193705/11/2010Temporary surrender of her New York State medical license issued pursuant to New York State Public Health Law Section 230.13.This action is not disciplinary in nature.05/12/2010
6799Zelman, Russell HHC 65, Box 66 Bovia, New York 13740148542MD08/27/1996License suspension for five years stayed with probation for five years and the permanent condition that he will not engage in the practice of surgery in New York State. The physician's period of probation has ended.The physician admitted to the charges of having been disciplined by the Montana State Board of Medical Examiners for failing to properly diagnose and treat six patients and for making false statements regarding his care of one patient and making false statements on both his New York State license registration application and application for hospital privileges.
6800Zervos, Gerasimos DAddress redacted176399MD195503/08/2012Censure and reprimand and the physician must comply with the terms of the Massachusetts State Board of Registration in Medicine Board Order of April 6, 2011. The physician must provide ninety (90) days notice before practicing medicine in New York State or in any other jurisdiction where the practice of medicine is predicated on his New York State medical license after which his practice may be subject to conditions.The physician did not contest the charge of having been disciplined by the Massachusetts State Board of Registration in Medicine for improperly prescribing controlled substances for his own use.03/01/2012

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The Professional Medical Conduct Board Actions data consist of all public actions taken against physicians, physician assistants, specialist assistants, and medical professional corporations pursuant to Section 230 of the New York State Public Health Law and Section 6530 of the New York State Education Law. For more information, check out http://www.health.ny.gov/professionals/doctors/conduct/ , or go to the "About" tab.

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The data being published provides a listing of all physicians, physician assistants, specialist assistants, and professional medical corporations who have been disciplined since 1990, or who are subject to a non-disciplinary Board Order, or upon whom charges of misconduct have been served. This data is collected real-time and updated monthly. The dataset consists of subject's: Name, Address, License Number, License Type, Year of Birth, Effective Date, Action, Misconduct Description, and the Date Updated. For an individual physician or physician assistant search, the most efficient way to obtain requested information is through the search feature on the DOH Program Homepage.
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