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Professional Medical Conduct Board Actions: Beginning 1990

Row numberNameAddressLicense NumberLicense TypeYear of BirthEffective DateActionMisconduct DescriptionDate Updated
301Arida, Edward JAddress redacted187408MD196004/14/2009License revocation.The Hearing Committee sustained the charges of the physician having been disciplined by the Pennsylvania State Board of Medicine based on of having been found guilty of resisting arrest or other law enforcement and for violating a Pennsylvania State Board consent agreement.04/13/2009
302Arida, Edward J277 Jefferson Street Meadville, Pennsylvania 16335187408MD196008/09/2004License suspension for no less than six months starting from February 5, 2004 when the physician's medical license was summarily suspended and until a modification order staying the suspension is issued by the New York State Board for Professional Medical Conduct.Later on April 14, 2009 the physician's license was revoked.The physician did not contest the charge of being a habitual abuser of alcohol.The physician's medical license was previously summarily suspended on February 5, 2004.08/02/2004
303Arino, Joseph John672 Day Avenue Ridgefield, New Jersey 07657110131DO03/24/1992License surrenderThe physician admitted guilt to the charges of having been convicted in United States District Court,District of New Jersey of failing to file an income tax return and having been disciplined by the New Jersey State Board of Medical Examiners and the Missouri State Board of Registration.
304Arkan, AliP.O. Box 190 Catasauqua, Pennsylvania 18032099268MD09/18/1996License surrenderThe physician admitted he could not successfully defend against the charges of gross negligence and incompetence during his treatment of a patient; failure to maintain accurate patient records and practicing fraudulently by altering a patient record without knowing whether or not the alteration accurately reflected the patient's status.
305Arluk, David130 East 94th Street New York, New York 10128129048MD194212/06/2005The physician permanently surrendered his New York State medical license pursuant to New York State Public Health Law Section 230.13.This action is not disciplinary in nature.This change in license status is not disciplinary in nature.12/08/2005
306Arm, Stuart2144 Ocean Avenue Brooklyn, New York 11229099061MD03/07/1997License suspension for one year, stayed with probation for one year and $2,500 fine.The physician has satisfied the terms of the order.The physician admitted guilt to the charge of failing to maintain a record which accurately reflects the evaluation and treatment of the patient.
307Armand, Lucien J4100 South Hospital Drive Suite 108 Plantation, Florida 33317104518MD193910/14/2002License revocationThe Hearing Committee sustained the charges finding the physician guilty of having been disciplined by the Florida State Board of Medicine for failing to maintain adequate records and failing to practice medicine with the level of care,which is recognized by a reasonably prudent physician as acceptable under similar conditions.10/08/2002
308Arment, Claire Elizabeth450 W. Taylor Street Vista, California 92094176434MD194004/12/2006The physician agreed to never activate her registration to practice medicine or seek to reapply for a license to practice medicine in New York State.This a modification of the terms of Order # 05-122 previously imposed by the New York State Board for Professional Medical Conduct and does not constitute a new disciplinary action.This a modification of the terms of Order # 05-122 previously imposed by the New York State Board for Professional Medical Conduct and does not constitute a new disciplinary action.Previously the physician did not contest the charge of having been disciplined by the Florida State Board of Medicine for failing to disclose information on her licensure application.04/05/2006
309Armus, Steven LAddress redacted186891MD196003/03/2016License surrenderThe physician admitted guilt to the charge of having been convicted in the United States District Court, Eastern District of Wisconsin of Conspiracy to Distribute Cocaine.02/25/2016
310Arnett, Jan Muney4207 30th Avenue Astoria, NY 11103-2910136859MD195012/16/2008License revocationThe Review Board affirmed the July 3, 2008 Hearing Committee's penalty and part of their determination finding the physician guilty of negligence on more than one occasion, practicing the profession fraudulently, ordering unwarranted treatment, filing a false report, failng to maintain accurate records, and engaging in conduct which evidences moral unfitness. Previously the physician had agreed to an interim non-disciplinary order of conditions precluding the practice of medicine in New York State except as specifically permitted under the conditions outlined in the order of conditions until the final disposition of the current investigation being conducted by the New York State Office of Professional Medical Conduct.12/12/2008
311Aro, Dominic Daniel6 Benedict Place Carmel, New York 10512180302DO195707/05/2004Censure and reprimand with probation commencing upon the active practice of medicine in New York State for three years.The terms of the order were completed on July 4, 2007.The physician asserted that he could not successfully defend against at least one of the charges of negligence on more than one occasion.06/28/2004
312Aronov, AlexanderAddress redacted191740MD195712/17/2009Censure and reprimand.The physician has satisfied the terms of the order.The physician did not contest the charge of having been convicted in the Supreme Court of New York State of aiding and abetting the unauthorized practice of profession of a physicial therapy assistant.12/10/2009
313Aronson-Fox, Risa Faith68 Shefield Lane Florence, Massachusetts 01062214214DO196406/29/2006Probation for five years retroactive to June 7, 2004 and to run concurrent with the terms of the March 15, 2006 order imposed by the Massachusetts State Board of Registration in Medicine. The physician had completed the terms of her probation on June 7, 2009The physician did not contest the charge of having been disciplined by the Massachusetts Board of Registration in Medicine for obtaining controlled substances by fraud; issuing prescriptions that were not issued in the usual course of practice; violating Massachusetts laws and regulations;engaging in conduct that calls into question her competency to practice medicine and failing to maintain accurate medical records.Previously on December 13, 2004 the physician had agreed not to practice medicine in New York State until the final disposition of this matter.06/23/2006
314Arora, Mukand83 Homestead Road #3 Houston, Texas 77028130350MD10/03/1997License surrenderThe physician did not contest having been disciplined by the Texas State Board of Medical Examiners for prescribing controlled substances without medical justification and making false entries in a patient record.
315Arora, Vijender K901 23rd Avenue, NE Minneapolis, Minnesota 55418121329MD03/22/1993License surrenderThe physician admitted to having been disciplined by the Minnesota State Board of Medical Examiners for failing to maintain adequate records.
316Arrillaga, Abenamar1195 A Liberty Avenue Hillside, New Jersey 07205089811MD193612/02/1998License revocation and $10,000 fineThe Review Board sustained the Hearing Committee's September 9, 1998 penalty and determination finding the physician guilty of having been convicted in United States District Court for the Southern District of New York of Medicare fraud conspiracy and filing false statements to the Medicare program.The physician's New York State medical license was previously summarily suspended on August 4, 1998.
317Arthur, Gerald W110 East 63rd Street New York, New York 10021075343MD192804/17/1990License suspension for two years,stayed with probation for two years.The physician has satisfied the terms of the order.The New York State Board of Regents sustained the charges finding the physician guilty of negligence and incompetence on more than one occasion and failure to maintain accurate records.09/24/2002
318Aryavand, BehdadAddress Redacted221396MD196608/11/2016Censure and reprimand.The physician did not contest the charge of having committed professional misconduct by having been disciplined by the Virginia State Board of Medicine for failing to meet the applicable standards of care,08/09/2016
319Asaju, Sunday2212 Genesee Street Utica, New York 13502173105MD195204/27/2007Probation for one year.The physician had completed the monitoring terms on April 26, 2008.The physician did not contest the charge of negligence on more than one occasion.04/20/2007
320Asar, Sedat6080 Jericho Turnpike Commack, New York 11725112047MD12/16/1997License suspension for five years, stayed with probation for five years and $15,000 fine.The physician's period of probation ended December 15, 2002.The physician did not contest the charge of negligence on more than one occasion by inappropriately prescribing appetite suppressant medication; failing to take adequate patient histories and failing to maintain adequate patient records.
321Ascherman, Stanford120 Montgomery Street Suite 1790 San Francisco, California 94104071895MD01/20/1997License revocationThe Hearing Committee sustained the charge finding the physician had been disciplined by the California State Medical Board for failing to disclose to a surgical patient his unavailability to provide postoperative care and failing to make clear arrangements for the patient's postoperative care.
322Ascioti, Anthony AAddress redacted112734MD194509/09/2016Censure and reprimand with a $10,000 fine and a permanent license limitation precluding him from prescribing, dispensing or administering controlled substances except for writing orders for and during the administering of anesthesia in a hospital or office based surgery setting. Previously on July 15, 2015 the physician was subject to an Interim Non-Disciplinary Order of Conditions.The physician did not contest the charge of having committed professional misconduct by failing to maintain accurate patient medical records.09/02/2016
323Asghar, Fayaz135 North Jackson Avenue Suite 203 San Jose, CA 95116154858MD194711/26/2012The physician is precluded from any future registration or issuance of a medical license in New York State.The physician did not contest the charge of having been disciplined by the California State Medical Board for gross negligence, repeated negligent acts and having been convicted in the Superior Court of California, County of Santa Clara of driving with a blood alcohol of 0.08.11/19/2012
324Asghar, MohammadAddress redacted151673MD194509/18/2013License surrender.The physician did not contest the charge of having been disciplined by the Illinois State Division of Professional Regulation for allegations of improper billing practices for prescriptions and office visits that were not medically necessary and failing to maintain adequate patient records.09/11/2013
325Asher, Mayer S10 Ironwood Lane Rye, New York 10580093867MD193202/07/2006The physician's New York State medical license is limited precluding the physician from the practice of medicine clinical or otherwise.This action is a modification of the terms of the order issued on August 16,2005 by the New York State Board for Professional Medical Conduct and does not constitute a new disciplinary action.Previously the physician had not contested the charge of negligence on more than one occasion.01/31/2006
326Ashinsky, Douglas Scott31-J Mountain Boulevard Warren, NJ 07059163676MD195903/06/2013Censure and reprimand and $5,000 fine. The physician is permanently restricted from the practice of pain management and the prescribing, ordering and administering of controlled substances.The physician did not contest the charge of having been disciplined by the New Jersey State Board of Medical Examiners for improperly prescribing controlled substances.02/27/2013
327Ashkar, Michael George44 Monmouth Road Eastontown, New Jersey 07724-2343094802MD193702/13/2004License surrenderThe physician did not contest the charge of having been disciplined by the State of New Jersey Board of Medical Examiners for having a sexual relationship with a patient and inapropriately prescribing controlled substances.The physician's New York State Medical license was previously summarily suspended on November 27, 2002.02/09/2004
328Ashley, Kenneth16 Carrie Court Niskayuna, New York 12309131933MD194903/13/2008Nondisciplinary order of conditions issued pursuant to New York State Public Health Law Section 230.13 for five years. The physician completed the terms of his order effective November 22, 2012.This order is not disciplinary in nature.03/06/2008
329Ashman, Philip M209 South Goodman Street Rochester, NY 14607103482MD193811/01/2010License suspension for three years, stayed, censure and reprimand and probation for three years. The physician completed the terms of his order effective March 5, 2014.The physician did not contest the charge of failing to maintain accurate patient records.09/15/2014
330Ashokan, AnnamalaiP.O.Box 1159 Tres Pinos, California 95075169364MD195312/11/2001License surrenderThe physician did not contest the charges of having been convicted in San Benito Superior Court, California of sexual exploitation of a patient;having been disciplined by the California State Medical Board; practicing fraudulently and filing a false report12/13/2001
331Askanazi, Jeffrey12445 Stacey Court Greenville, Michigan 48838127263MD195112/29/1999License revocationThe Hearing Committee sustained the charge that the physician was convicted in United States District Court, Western District of Michigan of mail fraud.The physician's New York State medical license was previously summarily suspended on October 7, 1998.
332Aslam, ZahidAddress redacted270918MD197212/16/2015Censure and reprimandThe physician did not contest the charge of having been disciplined by the Maryland State Board of Physicians for violating the Maryland Health Occupations Code by offering money, or objects of monetary value to parents for bringing their children to the physician's office for care.12/09/2015
333Aslami, Ahmad Waleed107 West 29th Street Unit A Higginsville, Missouri 64037212330DO196801/19/2006Censure and reprimand with probation for three years commencing upon the active practice of medicine in New York State. Permanently during the course of practicing medicine in New York State the physician may only examine and/or treat a female patient in the presence of a chaperone.The physician did not contest the charges of having been disciplined by the Missouri Administrative Hearing Commission for entering into a sexual relationship with a patient and having been disciplined by the Massachusetts State Board of Registration in Medicine.01/12/2006
334Aslanis, Diane MAddress redacted214760DO196202/10/2016License limitation which precludes the physician from activating her registration or reapplying for a license in New York State. The physician is precluded from the practice of medicine in New York State and may not use her medical license as a basis for practicing any other profession licensed or regulated by the New York State Board of Regents, Department of Health or the Department of State.The physician did not contest the charge of having been disciplined by the Virginia State Board of Medicine for negligence on more than one occasion.02/03/2016
335Asley, David197 Fen Way Syosset, New York 11791175496MD194507/11/1990License suspension for five years,stay last four years with probation for four years.The physician has satisfied the terms of the order.The New York State Board of Regents sustained the charges finding the physician guilty of having been disciplined by the California State Medical Board of sexual misconduct and negligence.09/24/2002
336Asley, David4 Chestnut Lane Woodbury, New York 11797175496MD194509/29/1994Probation extension for two years, $5,000 fine.The physician has satisfied the terms of the order.The physician admitted that he violated the terms of probation previously imposed by the New York State Board for Professional Medical Conduct.09/24/2002
337Asonye, Marshall123-42 Irwin Place St. Albans, New York 11434175446MD195307/13/1998License surrenderThe physician did not contest the charge of having been convicted in New York State Supreme Court, Bronx County of grand larceny by submitting fraudulent claims to the Medicaid Program.
338Aspen Medical and Diagnostics, P.C.C/O Robban A. Sica, M.D. 37 Lakewood Road Trumbull, Connecticut 0661119925501/17/2002Revocation of certificate of incorporationThe corporation admitted to the charge of failing to comply with New York State Business Corporation Law Section 1503.01/22/2002
339Assar, Abbas122 East Bridgeport Street White Hall, Illinois 62092105235MD193106/28/2004The physician agreed to never activate his registration to practice medicine in New York State.The physician did not contest the charge of having been disciplined by the Illinois State Department of Professional Regulation for failing to maintain accurate patient records.06/22/2004
340Astarjian, Henry39 Simon Street Suite 9 Nashua, New Hampshire 03060108304MD193412/08/1998License surrenderThe physician did not contest the charge of having been disciplined by the New Hampshire Board of Medicine for engaging in unprofessional conduct by kissing a patient.
341Astor Medical, P.C.C/O 300 E. 40th Street Suite 18K New York, New York 1001620648007/09/2007Revocation of certificate of incorporationThe respondent did not contest the charge of failing to be in compliance with Section 1503 of the New York State Business Corporation Law.07/02/2007
342Astoria Medical Services, P.C.09424105/15/2007Revocation of certificate of incorporationFailure to comply with Section 1503 of the New York State Business Corporation Law.05/09/2007
343Astrachan, Steven B130 North Front Street Kingston, New York 12401156866MD195309/05/2001License revocationThe Review Board sustained the Hearing Committee's March 29, 2001 penalty and determination finding the physician guilty of negligence and incompetence on more than one occasion and failure to maintain adequate records.The Review also sustained the charges finding the physician guilty of exercising undue influence over a patient and engaging in conduct which evidences moral unfitness.
344Asuncion, Ricardo R18 Elkland Road Melville, NY 11747102686MD193008/31/1998License limitation precluding the clinical practice of medicine.The physician is not permitted to diagnose, treat, operate or prescribe with regard to any patient.The physician admitted guilt to the charge of negligence on more than one occasion.
345Ataee, Shahab29 4th Street Apartment 2 Glencove, New York 11542232919MD196409/11/2003Censure and reprimandThe Hearing Committee sustained the charge finding the physician guilty of having been convicted in the City of New York Criminal Court, County of Queens of sexual abuse.10/07/2003
346Atanasio, Joseph F18 Lewis Drive Maplewood, New Jersey 07040126810MD194708/11/1999Indefinite suspension until proven no longer incapacitated for the practice of medicine after which monitoring for no less than two years.The Hearing Committee sustained the charges that the physician was guilty of having been disciplined by the New Jersey State Board of Medical Examiners for engaging in the unlicensed practice of medicine and for having violated a condition or license limitation imposed by the New York State Board for Professional Medical Conduct.
347Athas, John L325 Conant Road Weston, Massachusetts 02493147579MD195006/21/2006License surrenderThe physician did not contest the charge of having been disciplined by the Massachusetts Board of Registration in Medicine for failing to meet the standard of care.06/15/2006
348Atkin, Anthony35 North Bayles Avenue Port Washington, New York 11050145358MD194606/10/1991License surrenderThe physician admitted to the charge of having been convicted in New York State Supreme Court,Nassau County of Criminal Possession of a Weapon and Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance.08/28/2002
349Atkinson, James W9 A Broadway Massapequa, NY 11758144508DO194703/25/2014Probation for thirty-six months.The physician asserted he could not successfully defend against at least one of the charges alleging negligence on more than one occasion and failing to maintain accurate patient records.03/18/2014
350Atlas, Orin K201 Creek Crossing Boulevard Hainsport, NJ 08036220497MD197006/30/2014Censure and reprimand, $5,000 fine and the physician must comply with the terms of the New Jersey Board Order. 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 admitted guilt to the charge of having been disciplined by the New Jersey State Board of Medical Examiners for making false statements to an investigator.06/23/2014

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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.

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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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