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Professional Medical Conduct Board Actions: Beginning 1990

Row numberNameAddressLicense NumberLicense TypeYear of BirthEffective DateActionMisconduct DescriptionDate Updated
6801Wesser, David Robert141 Huntley Drive Ardsley, New York 10502082591MD12/21/1994License revocation and $10,000.fineThe Review Board sustained the Hearing Committee's August 15, 1994 penalty and determination finding the physician guilty of having been disciplined by the New Jersey State Board of Medical Examiners for negligence and incompetence.
6802West River Medical, P.C.4738 Broadway New York, New York 1004018787010/24/2007Annulment of certificate of incorporationThe Hearing Committee found the corporation guilty of failing to comply with New York State Business Corporation Law Section 1503.10/17/2007
6803West Village Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, P.C.34 West 12th Street Lower Level New York, New York 1001117130205/14/2002Revocation of certificate of incorporationThe corporation admitted to the charge of failing to comply with the requirements of New York State Business Corporation Law Section 1503(a).05/16/2002
6804West, MariquitaP.O. Box 634 Los Gatos, California 95031098878MD193708/26/1998License surrenderThe physician did not contest the charge of having been disciplined by the California State Medical Board for inappropriately prescribing controlled substances and having inappropriate physical contact with a patient.
6805West, Olin Leslie4284 Ballard's Mill Road Free Union, Virginia 22940110617MD193904/12/2000License revocationThe Hearing Committee sustained the charge that the physician was disciplined by the Virginia State Board of Medicine for possible impairment; engaging in a sexual relationship with a patient and inappropriate prescribing.
6806West, Stanley Tyson1015 Madison Avenue Suite 302 New York, New York 10021091650MD193002/13/2003License suspension for three years,the last thirty-three months are stayed with probation for three years.The physician satisfied the terms and conditions of the order on May 12, 2006.The Review Board sustained the Hearing Committee's September 27, 2002 determination finding the physician guilty of negligence on more than one occasion and filing a false report. The Administrative Review Board also found the physician guilty of gross negligence and practicing fraudulently and overturned the Hearing Committee's penalty of suspension for one year,stayed with probation for one year.02/10/2003
6807Westerfield, Samuel Zazachilds3900 18th Street, N.E. Washington,DC 20018232672MD194608/02/2007Censure and reprimand.The physician did not contest the charge of having been disciplined by the Tennessee State Board of Medical Examiners for violating an order issued by the Tennessee State Board of Medical Examiners.07/27/2007
6808Weston, Jonathan D495 North Cleveland Avenue Winston-Salem, NC 27101128809MD194202/10/2011Probation for one year.The Hearing Committee sustained the charge finding the physician guilty of having been disciplined by the North Carolina Medical Board for performing out patient surgical procedures without having hospital priviledges or adequate backup arrangements.02/07/2011
6809Wexler, DavidInmate #55248-054 MDC Brooklyn Metropolitan Detention Center P.O.Box 329002 Brooklyn, New York 11232117973MD194407/14/2006License revocation.The Hearing Committee sustained the charges finding the physician guilty of having been convicted in United States District Court, Southern District of New York of conspiracy to possess and distribute controlled substances; distribute and possess with the intent to distribute a controlled substance; conspiracy to make false statements and to commit health care fraud and health care fraud.Previously the physician's medical license was summarily suspended on May 8, 2006.07/12/2006
6810Whalen, Barbara3 Honey Hollow Road Queensbury, New York 12804212154MD195301/22/2008License surrender.The physician pled no contest to the charge of negligence on more than one occasion.01/15/2008
6811Whalen, Guy Michael151 Elmview Avenue Hamburg, New York 14075178512MD195908/07/2003License suspension for one year stayed with probation probation commencing upon the active practice of medicine in New York State for three years.The physician must also obtain a clinical competency assessment and comply with any recommendations regarding continuing medical education.On August 6, 2006 the physician had completed the terms of the order.The physician admitted guilt to the charge of failing to maintain accurate records.07/31/2003
6812Wharton, Ralph N1070 Park Avenue Suite 1D New York, New York 10128086027MD193201/28/1991Censure and reprimandThe New York State Board of Regents sustained the charges finding the physician guilty of engaging in conduct of a sexual nature between a psychiatrist and a patient and negligence on more than one occasion.
6813Wheeler III, JamesMcDowell Orthopedics and Sports Medicine 900 B Medical Court Marion, North Carolina 28752168099MD12/11/1997License surrenderThe physician did not contest having been disciplined by the North Carolina State Medical Board for being a habitual abuser of alcohol.
6814White Jr., Floyd Wesley508 Rutland Street Westbury, New York 11590142152MD05/26/1998License revocationThe Review Board sustained the Hearing Committee's February 3, 1998 penalty and determination finding the physician had violated the terms of probation previously imposed by the New York State Board of Professional Medical Conduct order number 97-52 by not remaining drug free; failing to obtain and practicing without approved monitors and failing to comply with a directive from the Office of Professional Medical Conduct regarding a chemical dependency evaluation.
6815White Jr., Floyd Wesley508 Rutland Street Westbury, New York 11590142152MD03/07/1997License suspension for one year, stayed with probation for five years.The physician's medical license was later revoked May 26, 1998.The physician admitted to having been convicted of Criminal Contempt in New York State Supreme Court, County of Kings for intentionally disobeying a court order of protection.
6816White, Michael Barclay123 Hardee Street Perryville, Kentucky 40468207774MD196111/04/2004License suspension for one year, stayed with probation to run concurrent with and until the successful completion of all terms imposed by the Kentucky State Board of Medical Licensure.If returning to practice in New York State or any other jurisdiction where the practice of medicine is predicated on a New York State medical license before the completion of the Kentucky State Board of Medical Licensure,the physician must give ninety days notice.Later effective July 14, 2006 the physician's medical license was revoked.The physician did not contest the charge of having been disciplined by the Kentucky State Board of Medical Licensure for being unable to practice medicine according to acceptable standards of care by reason of mental or physical illness and unprofessional conduct.07/12/2006
6817White, Michael Barclay123 Hardee Street Perryville, Kentucky 40468207774MD196107/14/2006License revocationThe Hearing Committee sustained the charge finding the physician guilty of having been disciplined by the Kentucky State Board of Medical Licensure for violating the conditions of an order previously imposed by the Kentucky State Board of Medical Licensure.07/12/2006
6818White, Sanford Farrel30 Buffalo Run East Brunswick, New Jersey 08816139575MD195208/04/2003License suspension for one year stayed with probation for one year to be served in accordance with the terms and conditions imposed by the State of New Jersey Board of Medical Examiners and a permanent license restriction requiring a chaperone present during his examination and treatment of female patients.The physician's period of probation ended April 22, 2004.The physician did not contest having been disciplined by the State of New Jersey Board of Medical Examiners, for engaging in inappropriate sexual contact during his treatment of a patient.07/29/2003
6819Whitelaw, Phillip569 Woodbury Road Plainview, New York 11803073608MD07/29/1996License revocationThe Hearing Committee sustained the charges finding the physician guilty of gross negligence; negligence on more than one occasion; ordering excessive tests and treatment; failing to maintain adequate patient records and having been found to be in violation of New York State Public Health Law Article 33.
6820Whitney, D.Terry35 Sherwood Drive Brockport, New York 14420000651RPA194710/20/2004Censure and reprimand and $5,000.fine with the permanent limitation precluding him from recommending herbal remedies to patients without documenting the recommendation in the patient's chart.The physician assistant did not contest the charges of practicing beyond the scope permitted by law and failure to maintain accurate records.10/14/2004
6821Wibberley, Tedana PAddress redacted149426MD194907/26/2011License suspension for three years, stayed with probation for three years. The physician's license is also permanently limited to performing independent medical examinations, including Workers' Compensation, Cooperative Care evaluations for the Veterans' Administration and the United States Department of Transportation and she may not prescribe medications or treat patients. Unless the physician has prior written approval from the Director of the Office of Professional Medical Conduct the physician may not own or be an employee of a professional medical entity which provides medical care other than what is permitted in this order. Later on May 14, 2013, the physician surrendered her license to practice medicine.This is a modification of the terms of BPMC #11-58 imposed on March 16, 2011 and does not constitute a new disciplinary action. Previously the physician had not contested the charge of negligence on more than one occasion.07/19/2011
6822Wibberley, Tedana PAddress redacted149426MD194905/14/2013License surrender.The physician did not contest the charges of negligence on more than one occasion and exercising undue influence on a patient for financial gain05/08/2013
6823Wichman, Paul H14 Tuxedo Place Morristown, New Jersey 07960144238MD195105/30/2002License surrenderThe physician did not contest the charge of having been disciplined by the New Jersey State Board of Medical Examiners for writing prescriptions for controlled substances in another person's name for his own use.05/31/2002
6824Wider, Todd Michael871 Fifth Avenue New York, New York 10023193602MD196404/06/2005Censure and reprimand with probation for three years and $10,000.fine.After the successful completion of two years of probation the physician may petition for early termination of his probation.On April 5, 2007 the pysician had satisfied the terms of the order.The physician did not contest the charge of failing to maintain accurate patient records.03/31/2005
6825Wieder, Sheldon LewisAddress redacted101867MD194102/24/2009License suspension for three years, stayed with probation for three years. The physician must also complete a personalized medical education training program, after which the physician's medical practice will be monitored for two years.The Review Board affirmed the Hearing Committee's August 12, 2008 penalty and determination finding the physician guilty of negligence and incompetence.02/19/2009
6826Wiedershine, Donn62 Ricks Road Woodstock, NY 12498166433MD195410/01/2010License suspension for three months and must complete a recordkeeping course before resuming the practice of medicine with probation for three years. The period of suspension ended September 15, 2010. The term of probation is from September 16, 2010 through October 14, 2013. The physician completed the terms of his order effective October 14, 2013.The Administrative Review Board affirmed the Hearing Committee's June 15, 2010 penalty and determination finding the physician guilty of gross negligence, negligence on more than one occasion and failure to maintain accurate patient records.10/22/2013
6827Wiegand, Timothy JAddress redacted258256MD197212/20/2012Censure and reprimand and probation for five years.The physician admitted guilt to the charge of having been disciplined by the Maine State Medical Licensure Board for inappropriate prescribing practices and failing to maintain adequate patient records.12/13/2012
6828Wiener, Steven2326 East Gardenia Drive Phoenix, Arizona 85020183005MD196012/21/2001Censure and reprimand.The physician has satisfied the terms of the order.The physician did not contest the charge of having been disciplined by the Arizona State Board of Medical Examiners for negligence.12/23/2001
6829Wiernik, Peter43 Longview Lane Chappaqua, New York 10514152777MD05/09/1994Censure and reprimandThe physician admitted guilt to the charge of filing a false report.
6830Wiersum, Jeffrey713 East Genesee Street, Suite 311 Syracuse, New York 13210074392MD05/18/1994License revocationThe Review Board sustained the Hearing Committee's December 27, 1993 penalty and determination finding the physician guilty of negligence on more than one occasion; gross incompetence; failure to maintain adequate records; violating Article 33 of the New York State Public Health Law, and violating the previously imposed terms of probation .
6831Wiest, Daniel R1064 Brierwood Boulevard Schenectady, New York 12308003961RPA195812/23/2004Censure and reprimand with conditions for five years.The physician assistant had completed his monitoring term on April 1, 2009.The physician assistant did not contest the charges of practicing fraudulently and failing to maintain accurate records.12/17/2004
6832Wijetilaka, Rohan L944 North Broadway Suite 203 Yonkers, NY 10701193531MD194811/09/2012License revocation and $50,000 fine.The Review Committee affirmed the Hearing Committee's penalty and determination of July 4, 2012 finding the physician guilty of gross negligence; negligence on more than one occasion; incompetence on more than one occasion; performing unwarranted tests/treatment; making a false report and failing to maintain adequate patient records.06/28/2012
6833Wilbirt, David AlanAddress Redacted129464MD194505/14/2008License surrenderThe physician did not contest the charge of having been disciplined by the Arizona State Medical Board for unprofessional conduct during the inappropriate prescribing of drugs. Previously on December 14, 2005 the physician's New York State medical license was summarily suspended by the New York State Commissioner of Health.05/07/2008
6834Wilcox, Guy H9790 Mallory Road New Hartford, New York 13413131403MD194110/18/1999Censure and reprimand with his license limited prohibiting his supervision of physician assistants.The physician did not contest the charge of failure to exercise appropriate supervision over a physician assistant.
6835Wilder, Frederick9300 Town Place Drive Owings Mills, Maryland 21117081052MD07/22/1994License surrenderThe physician admitted to having been disciplined by the Maryland State Board of Physician Quality Assurance for habitual use of narcotics.
6836Wile, Lawrence C8 Winterberry Drive Wilbraham, Massachusetts 01095156416MD03/18/1993License surrenderThe physician did not contest the charge of having been disciplined by the Massachusetts State Board of Registration in Medicine and the Connecticut State Division of Medical Quality Assurance for unlawfully obtaining and diverting controlled substances.
6837Wilenkin, LawrenceAddress redactedP25926MD196709/15/2004The physician is precluded from the issuance of any license or registration or exemption to practice medicine in New York State for at least six months and until a modification order staying this limitation is issued by the New York State Board for Professional Medical Conduct.The physician did not contest the charge of having violated a term of probation previously imposed by the New York State Board for Professional Medical Conduct.09/08/2004
6838Wilenkin, LawrenceAddress redactedP25926MD196703/15/2004Probation for sixty months.Later effective September 15, 2004 the physician was precluded from the issuance of any license or registration or exemption to practice medicine in New York State for at least six months and until a modification order staying this limitation is issued by the New York State Board for Professional Medical Conduct.The physician did not contest the charge of being a habitual abuser of drugs.03/08/2004
6839Wilkins, StevenAddress redacted160318MD195612/12/2000License revocationThe Review Board sustained the Hearing Committee's determination finding the physician guilty of negligence on more than one occasion and also found the physician guilty of gross negligence. The Review Board overturned the Hearing Committee's penalty of probation for three years and revoked the physician's license. As of February 5, 2001 the stay of penalty previously granted on December 11, 2000 by the New York State Supreme Court , Appellate Division is no longer in effect. On December 7, 2001 the New York State Supreme Court ,Appellate Division,Third Department confirmed the Review Board's determination. On April 2, 2012 the New York State Education Department Board of Regents denied the physician's petition for the restoration of his New York State medical license.04/17/2012
6840Wilkinson, Hugh A183 Evergreen Drive Westbury, New York 11590139391MD194309/03/1998Community service of one hundred fifty hours to be completed on or before July 1, 1999 and $2,500 fine.The physician has satisfied the terms of the order.This action was a modification to a previous penalty imposed by the New York State Board for Professional Medical Conduct order on July 24, 1997,where the physician admitted to having been convicted in United States District Court, Eastern District of New York of failure to file Income Tax.
6841Wilkinson, William212 Front Street Jamestown, New York 14701179807MD04/18/1997License surrenderThe physician did not contest the charge of negligence on more than one occasion.
6842Willette, Regina4584 County Route 27 Canton, New York 13617003588RPA09/10/1997License suspension for three years, stayed with probation for three years and her practice of obstetrics is limited to either her current position in a hospital or to the extent necessary during her participation in a training program. The physician assistant's period of probation ended on September 9, 2000. The physician assistant's practice restriction was later lifted on June 17, 2003.The physician assistant admitted guilt to the charge of practicing the profession without adequate supervision by providing antepartum, intrapartum and/or postpartum medical services to a patient without being assigned the duties or adequately supervised by a physician.
6843Williams Jr., Otis Alexander293 Classon Avenue Apartment 2R Brooklyn, New York 11205181582MD196208/24/1998License suspension until the the unconditional restoration of the physician's New Jersey State medical license.The Hearing Committee sustained the charge finding the physician had been disciplined by the New Jersey State Board of Medical Examiners for violating an agreement with the New Jersey State Board of Medical Examiners and failing to provide his patients with access to their medical records.The physician's New York State medical license was previously summarily suspended on June 26, 1998
6844Williams Sr., Dwight Morrison214 Downs Brook Drive Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina 27870152712MD195205/04/2005License suspension for at least one year and until the physician's North Carolina medical license is fully restored without conditions after which the physician may apply for a modification order staying the suspension of his New York State medical license.The physician did not contest the charge of having been disciplined by the North Carolina State Medical Board for failing to provide his patients with sufficient notice of the closing of his medical practice and failing to inform his patients of how to transfer or obtain copies of their medical records.04/27/2005
6845Williams Sr., Dwight Morrison214 Downsbrook Drive Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina 27870152712MD195212/12/2003The physician is subject to an Nondisciplinary Order of Conditions issued pursuant to New York State Public Health Law Section 230.The physician agrees to not practice medicine in New York State for at least one year and until his North Carolina medical license is restored without conditions,after which he may apply for a modification order reactivating his New York State medical license.The physician's license was later suspended effective May 4, 2005.This Order is not disciplinary in nature.08/04/2003
6846Williams, Charles T324 West North Street Geneva, New York 14456184942DO01/28/1998License revocationThe Hearing Committee sustained the charges finding the physician guilty of physical and verbal abuse or harassment of a patient and conduct during the practice of medicine which evidences moral unfitness.The physician's New York State Medical license was previously summarily suspended on August 22, 1997.The New York State Board of Regents on July 21, 2004 denied the physician's petition for the restoration of his medical license.
6847Williams, Charles T324 West North Street Geneva, New York 14456000526RPA01/28/1998License revocationThe Hearing Committee sustained the charges finding the physician assistant guilty of physical and verbal abuse or harassment of a patient and conduct during the practice of medicine which evidences moral unfitness.The Physician assistant's New York State license was previously summarily suspended on August 22, 1997.
6848Williams, Conrad R255 Eastern Parkway Brooklyn, NY 11238154261MD194904/09/2015License surrenderThe physician did not contest the charge of failing to maintain accurate patient records.04/02/2015
6849Williams, Deborah78 Mackay Drive Bergenfield, New Jersey 07621180333MD195603/01/2005License revocation,stayed with probation for five yearsThe New York State Board of Regents stayed the February 7, 1995 revocation of the physician's medical license and placed her on probation for five years.Previously the Review Board sustained the Hearing Committee's November 3, 1994 determination finding the physician guilty of having been convicted of Conspiracy to Participate in a Racketeering Enterprise; Mail Fraud and Money Laundering.03/01/2005
6850Williams, Norman Franklin545 Valley View Drive Moline, Illinois 61265251866MD194604/22/2013Pursuant to New York State Public Health Law Section 230(12)(b), the physician may not practice medicine in New York State or in any other jurisdiction where his practice is predicated on holding a valid New York State medical license. Unless modified by the Commissioner, this order remains in effect until the conclusion of the New York State Board for Professional Medical Conduct hearing proceedings.The physician is charged with having his Illinois medical license suspended by the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation as his practice of medicine was deemed an immediate danger to the public.04/25/2013

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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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