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Professional Medical Conduct Board Actions: Beginning 1990

Row numberNameAddressLicense NumberLicense TypeYear of BirthEffective DateActionMisconduct DescriptionDate Updated
401Bakalov, BogdanAddress redacted153329MD194307/03/2014License revocation.The Hearing Committee sustained the charges finding the physician guilty of violating the terms of an order previously imposed by the New York State Board for Professional Medical Conduct; failing to maintain accurate patient records; willfully making a false report; practicing the profession of medicine fraudulently and engaging in conduct which evidences moral unfitness.06/26/2014
402Baker Wibberley, 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 8, 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
403Baker Wibberley, Tedana PAddress redacted149426MD194905/14/2013License surrenderThe 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
404Baker, William A8823 San Jose Boulevard Suite 301 Jacksonville, FL 33602159639MD194811/22/2013The summary suspension issued on July 1, 2012 is dismissed, and the physician's license to practice medicine in New York State is restored with no restrictions.12/05/2013
405Baker, William AAddress redacted159639MD194803/24/2015Censure and reprimand and $3,000 fine. The physician has completed the terms of his order effective September 21, 2015.The physician did not contest the charge of having been pled nolo contendere to "resisting an officer without violence to his or her person."03/17/2015
406Bakhtiar, Farhang8 Pine Drive Woodbury, New York 11797105556MD08/04/1995License revocationThe Hearing Committee sustained the charges finding the physician guilty of negligence on more than one occasion; failing to maintain adequate records and performing excessive testing not warranted by the patient's condition.
407Bakonis, William L41 Lincoln Avenue Amsterdam, New York 12010131640MD04/07/1995License surrenderThe physician did not contest the charge of having a psychiatric condition which impairs his ability to practice medicine.
408Bakshi Medical Services, P.C.c/o Jatinder Bakshi,M.D. 12 Townsend Lane Hicksville, New York 1158019673102/08/2001Revocation of certificate of incorporationThe Hearing Committee sustained the charge finding the corporation guilty of having been convicted in New York State Supreme Court,County of Kings of enterprise corruption and scheme to defraud.01/10/2002
409Bakshi, Jatinder SinghAddress Redacted196731MD195306/30/2008License suspension for eighteen months stayed with a permanent license limitation where the physician may only practice medicine in a government licensed or operated health facility.Later on March 20, 2013 the physician's medical license was limited precluding all patient contact and the practice of medicine clinical or otherwise.The Administrative Review Board affirmed the Hearing Committee's February 7, 2008 determination finding the physician guilty of negligence and incompetence on more than one occasion and failing to maintain accurate records. The Review Board overturned the Hearing Committe's penalty of probation for eighteen months.06/25/2008
410Bakshi, Jatinder SinghAddress redacted196731MD195303/20/2013The physician's medical license is limited precluding all patient contact and the practice of medicine clinical or otherwise. The physician may not use his medical license as a basis for practicing any other profession licensed or regulated by the New York State Board of Regents, New York StateDepartment of Health or the New York State Department of State.The physician did not contest the charge of having been convicted in Vermont Superior Court, Windsor Criminal Division of careless or negligent operation of a vehicle and submitting false information on a registration renewal document.02/05/2013
411Balaklaw, Lee Adam1057 Meadowbrook Lane Louisa, KY 41230166887MD195508/12/2013License surrenderThe physician did not contest the charge of having been convicted in the Circuit Court of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, Lawrence County of theft by deception.08/05/2013
412Balasic, Alan M33 Meadow Road Newton, Connecticut 06470169625MD195706/24/2002License surrenderThe physician did not contest the charge of having been disciplined by the Connecticut State Department of Health,Bureau of Regulatory Services for having an orthopedic condition that disables him from surgical practice and limits his clinical practice.06/25/2002
413Baldeo, Philip125-07 Liberty Avenue Richmond Hill, New York 11419194531MD195706/28/2004Censure and reprimand with probation for thirty-six months commencing upon his active practice of medicine in New York State. The physician has satisfied the terms of the order.The physician did not contest the charge of negligence on more than one occasion.09/22/2003
414Baldinger, David9732 East Pebble Creek Court Iverness, Florida 33458175454MD04/14/1995License surrenderThe physician did not contest the charge of having been disciplined by the Florida State Board of Medicine for engaging in a fee-splitting arrangement with a pharmacist.10/03/2001
415Baldonado, Ricardo T71 Swan Court Paramus, New Jersey 07652112768MD194301/19/2001Censure and reprimandThe physician did not contest the charge of having been disciplined by the New Jersey State Board of Medical Examiners for improperly discharging a patient in an emergency condition.
416Ballesteros, Frank JAddress redacted187116MD07/20/2010License revocation, stayed with probation for three years commencing upon the physician's active practice in New York State.Later on November 8, 2012 the physician's license was summarily suspended and than revoked on March 5, 2013.The New York State Board of Regents stayed the August 26, 1994 revocation of the physician's medical license and placed the physician on probation for three years commencing upon the physician's active practice in New York State. Previously the Hearing Committee had sustained the charges finding the physician guilty of having been convicted in United States District Court, Southern District of Florida of Conspiracy to Defraud; convicted in Circuit Court for Dade County of Issuance of a Worthless Check; Resisting an Officer of the Law and Unlawful Possession of a Controlled Substance and having been disciplined by the Florida State Board of Medicine.07/27/2010
417Ballesteros, Frank JMiami Federal Detention Center PO Box 09120 Miami, FL 33101187116MD195403/05/2013License revocation.The Hearing Committee sustained the charges finding the physician guilty of having been convicted in the United States District Court, Southern District of Florida of conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute controlled substances; possession with intent to distribute controlled substances and conspiracy to commit health care fraud. Previously on November 8, 2012 the physician’s New York State medical license was summarily suspended by the New York State Commissioner of Health.02/28/2013
418Balmir, Carl1984 Byron Avenue Elmont, New York 11003153637MD04/03/1995License revocationThe Review Board sustained the Hearing Committee's January 11, 1995 determination finding the physician guilty of negligence on more than one occasion; ordering excessive tests and treatment and failure to maintain adequate patient records.
419Balsam, Richard F1365 Washington Avenue Suite 100 Albany, NY 12206097753MD193805/23/2014Interim non-disciplinary order of conditions precluding the practice of medicine clinical or otherwise in New York State and in any other jurisdiction where the practice of medicine is based solely upon his New York State medical license until the final disposition of the current investigation being conducted by the New York State Office of Professional Medical Conduct.Later on April 25, 2016 the physician surrendered his New York State medical license,This action is not disciplinary in nature.05/16/2014
420Balsam, Richard FAddress Redacted097753MD193804/25/2016License surrenderThey physician did not contest the charge of having been convicted in Albany County Court of the Criminal Sale of a Prescription for a Controlled Substance.04/15/2016
421Balsam, Stephen235 East 57th Street New York, New York 10022098886MD12/25/1996License suspension for two years, stayed with probation for two years.The physician has satisfied the terms of the order.The Hearing Committee sustained the charge finding the physician had been disciplined by the Vermont State Board of Medical Practice for incompetence during his treatment of two psychiatric patients and for filing a false report in connection with the billing of two patients.
422Baltazar, Rodney120 Sandhill Drive Middletown, DE 19709200349DO196210/29/2010License suspension for five years, stayed with probation for five years.Later on April 22, 2013 the physician's license was summarily suspended. The physician's license was revoked on October 23, 2013.The Hearing Committee sustained the charges finding the physician guilty of failing to make payments on a defaulted education loan and having been excluded from Medicare, Medicaid and all Federal health care programs due to his defaulting on his loan repayment agreement.10/26/2010
423Baltazar, RodneyAddress Redacted200349DO196210/23/2013License revocation.The Hearing Committee sustained the charges finding the physician guilty of having been convicted in United States District Court, Southern District of Florida of Distributing Controlled Substances and having been convicted in United States District Court, Western District of Missouri of Conspiracy to Distribute Controlled Substances. Previously on April 22, 2013 the physician’s New York State medical license was summarily suspended by the New York State Commissioner of Health.10/18/2013
424Balter, Kevin S2215 E. Waterloo Road Suite 313 Akron, OH 44312172885MD195806/29/2015Probation for twenty-four months which will commence upon the physician’s return to practice medicine in New York State. Conditions include that the physician must provide a ninety (90) day 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. The physician will be precluded from practicing in New York State until he demonstrates to the Office of Professional Medical Conduct that he is fit to practice medicine after which further conditions may be imposed.The physician did not contest to the charge of having been disciplined by the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services for prescribing, administering, dispensing or selling a controlled substance for other than a medical therapeutic purpose and knowingly acquiring a controlled substance by theft, misrepresentation, fraud or deception and also having been disciplined by the Ohio State Medical Board06/22/2015
425Baluch, AbdulInmate No.27082-177 Three Rivers Federal Correctional Facility P.O.Box 4000 Three Rivers,Texas 78071135427MD194701/06/2004License surrenderThe physician did not contest having been convicted in United States District Court, Western District of Texas of aiding and abetting health care fraud and aiding and abetting money laundering.The physician's New York State medical license was previously summarily suspended on December 15, 2003.12/30/2003
426Balzani, Henry H.Address Redacted258358MD194702/23/2016Censure and reprimand and must provide ninety (90) days written notice to the Director of OPMC 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 New Jersey Board of Medical Examiners for repeated acts of treating male patients with anabolic steroids without medical justification or adequate cause supported by testing or examination.02/17/2016
427Bamberger, Mitchell Hal51 Little Pond Road Northborough, Massachusetts 01532162157MD195612/28/2006Censure and reprimand.The physician has satisfied the terms of the order.The physician did not contest the charge of having been disciplined by the Massachusetts State Board of Registration in Medicine for misconduct during the practice of medicine and failure to maintain accurate records.12/21/2006
428Ban, Taik-Yong5 Carol Court Dix Hills, New York 11746111141MD193801/14/1999Censure and reprimand and the completion of a course that focuses on child abuse detection which will be repeated once a year for five years. The physician is also required to complete a CME child abuse course which is a requirement for registering to practice medicine.The physician has satisfied the terms of the order.The physician admitted to the charge of gross negligence involving one patient.
429Banayat Jr., Geronimo29 Broadway Clark, NJ 07066183170MD195410/30/2013License suspension for two years, stayed with $5,000 fine.The physician did not contest the charge of having been disciplined by the New Jersey State Board of Medical Examiners for engaging in gross negligence.10/23/2013
430Banchs, Richard JAddress redacted196091MD196112/29/2009Censure and reprimand and $1,000 fine.The terms of the order were completed on December 14, 2010.The physician did not contest the charge of having been disciplined by the Minnesota State Medical Board for using the name of a physician who had previously prescribed him controlled substance medications, when refilling the prescriptions.12/22/2009
431Bania, Andrew24 Roosevelt Boulevard Cohoes, New York 12047077071DO192810/30/1998License permanently limited effective November 29, 1998 to performing employment related physical examinations and evaluations and initial care for minor on-the-job injuries and acute minor illnesses which occur in practice locations previously approved by the Office of Professional Medical Conduct. The physician is prohibited from prescribing or dispensing Schedule II-IV controlled substances and his license is wholly suspended for three years with the suspension stayed upon compliance with the stated conditions.The physician's period of suspension ended October 29, 2001.The physician admitted guilt to the charge of failing to maintain accurate patient records.
432Banker, Deborah Ellen29201 Heathercliff Road #135 Malibu, California 90265148882MD195207/27/2001Censure and reprimand with conditions before practicing in New York State.The physician completed the terms of the order.The Hearing Committee sustained the charge finding the physician guilty of having been disciplined by the California State Medical Board for engaging in the practice of medicine after her license to practice lapsed.
433Banna, Khaled Omar25-43 Steinway Street Astoria, NY 11103224801MD196006/24/2009Suspension for one year after which probation for five years.The Hearing Committee sustained the charges finding the physician guilty of obtaining a license fraudulently; practicing the profession fraudulently; having been disciplined by the Florida State Board of Medicine for failing to appear before the Board for application issues; having been disciplined by the Illinois State Division of Professional Regulation for practicing medicine without a license and making or filing a false report.06/23/2009
434Banzon, Jose Basa113 Franklin Avenue Franklin Square, NY 11010116507MD193708/26/2010License suspension for thirty-six months, stayed with probation for thirty-six months. The physician is required to complete continuing medication education and MKSAP 15 syllabus.The physician did not contest the charge of negligence on more than one occasion.08/19/2010
435Barad, David H26 Kinkaid Avenue Closter, New Jersey 07624140352MD195006/28/2000License suspension for five years with the last three years stayed and the completion of continuing Medical Education Credits.The physician's period of suspension ended May 5, 2003.The physician has satisfied the terms of the order.The Hearing Committee sustained the charges finding the physician guilty of physically abusing a patient and engaging in conduct which evidences moral unfitness.The New York State Supreme Court Appellate Division, Third Department has confirmed the penalty imposed by the New York State Board for Professional Medical Conduct.The previously granted Court stay of June 30,2000 is no longer in effect as of May 5, 2001.06/04/2002
436Barada, James H6 Wedgewood Drive Delmar, New York 12054172973MD195912/10/2004Censure and reprimand with $5,000. fine.The physician has satisfied the terms of the order.The physician agreed he could not successfully defend against one or more of the charges of harassing or intimidating a patient and ordering excessive treatment not warranted by the patient's condition.04/09/2004
437Baraque, Ivan Dario865 Cypress Avenue Ridgewood, New York 11385161270MD195011/13/2001License suspension for two years with a credit of four months. The remaining twenty months runs from July 27, 2001, when the Hearing Committee's order was effective. The period of suspension ended March 27, 2003. The physician has satisfied the terms of the order. The physician's license was later suspended on January 6, 2015The Review Board sustained the Hearing Committee's July 27, 2001 determination finding that the physician was convicted in United State District Court,Eastern District of Tennessee,Chattanooga of mail fraud.The Review Board modified the Hearing Committee's penalty of suspension for two years.07/20/2001
438Baraque, Ivan Dario5460 West 14th Court Hialeah, FL 33012161270MD195005/20/2015License suspension for five years, stayed with probation for five years. The physician must complete fifty hours of continuing medical education and is required to complete a course in medical ethics in each year of probation.The Review Board affirmed the Hearing Committee's January 6, 2015 determination finding the physician guilty of having been convicted in the United States District Court, Southern District, New York of conspiring to commit mail and health care fraud. The Reivew Board modificed the probationary terms to include requiring the physician to complete a course in medical ethics every year of probation. Previously on July 15, 2014 the physician’s New York State medical license was summarily suspended by the New York State Commissioner of Health.05/18/2015
439Barasch, Daphna R1991 Marcus Avenue Lake Success, NY 11042248821DO197612/20/2010Censure and reprimand with $500.00 fine. The physician had complied with the terms of the order on January 28, 2011.The physician did not contest the charge of having been convicted in the Nassau County District Court of driving while intoxicated.12/13/2010
440Barba, Fidelis2 Powder Hill Saddle River, New Jersey 07458153330MD194806/19/2002License surrenderThis action is a modification of the penalty previously imposed on February 28, 2000 by the New York State Board for Professional Medical Conduct,where the physician admitted to the charge of practicing fraudulently by stating that she was certified by the American Board of Pathology, when she knew she was submitting false information.This penalty modification does not constitute a new disciplinary action.06/12/2002
441Barbera, Jude Thaddeus3632 Nostrand Avenue Brooklyn, New York 11229173570MD195701/10/2006License suspension for six months commencing upon the physician's imprisonment term , which began January 6, 2006 and censure and reprimand.The physician has satisfied the terms of the order.Later on November 21, 2012 the physician's New York State medical license was revoked.The Hearing Committee sustained the charge finding the physician guilty of having been convicted in United States District Court,Southern District of New York of conspiracy to submit false income tax returns; aiding and assisting the preparation of false income tax returns;conspiracy to commit health care fraud;theft from an employee benefit plan;false statements relating to health care;mail fraud and health care fraud.Previously on December 18, 2005 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 on his New York State medical license, pending the final disposition of the investigation by the Office of Professional Medical Conduct01/09/2006
442Barbera, Jude Thaddeus3632 Norstrand Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11229173570MD195711/21/2012License revocation.The Hearing Committee sustained the charge finding the physician guilty of having been convicted in the United States District Court, Southern District of New York of unlawful wholesale distribution of prescription drugs.11/16/2012
443Barboni, Michael25 Diamond Avenue East Meadow, New York 11554163787MD195711/16/2000License suspension for no less than nine months and until a modification order is issued staying the suspension with conditions for no less than five years.The physician did not contest the charge of being a habitual user of narcotics or having a psychiatric condition which impairs his ability to practice medicine.
444Barcan, Andrew Mark2624 Valarde Drive Thousand Oaks, California 91360118833MD194508/01/2002License surrenderThe physician did not contest having been disciplined by the California State Medical Board based on physical illness affecting competence, unprofessional conduct, and non-compliance with provisions of his treatment programs.08/06/2002
445Bargellini, Joseph M1551 Kellum Place Mineola, NY 11501227266MD196907/22/2013License suspension for three years, stayed with probation for three years. Later on November 26, 2015 the physician's medical license was revoked.The Review Committee affirmed the Hearing Committee's March 5, 2013 determination finding the physician guilty of violating New York State Public Health Law 2805; making a false report; practicing the profession of medicine fraudulently; abusing a patient and engaging in conduct which evidences moral unfitness.07/17/2013
446Bargellini, Joseph M1551 Kellum Place Mineola, NY 11501227266MD196911/26/2015License revocation.The Review Committee affirmed the Hearing Committee 's decision of July 14, 2015 finding the physician guilty of having violated the terms of the previous Determination and Order BPMC #13-45 and Administrative Review Board Order BPMC #13-211. The Review Board overturned the Hearing Committee’s penalty and revoked the physician’s license to practice medicine11/23/2015
447Barnard Jr., Ralph Roger737 Lansing Station Road Lansing, New York 14882179035MD195408/07/2003Censure and reprimand with a permanent restriction prohibiting the physician from prescribing medications to himself, his wife and any family member.The physician did not contest the charges of negligence on more than one occasion and failure to maintain accurate records.07/30/2003
448Barnard, Keith1476 East 48th Street Brooklyn, New York 11234153331MD08/16/1993Censure and reprimand with $3,000 fine.The physician's medical license was later revoked October 1, 1997.The Hearing Committee sustained the charge finding the physician guilty of practicing the profession fraudulently.
449Barnard, Keithc/o Schuylkill Corrections Institution Minersville, Pennsylvania 17954153331MD194810/01/1997License revocationThe Hearing Committee sustained the charge finding the physician had been convicted in United States District Court, Southern District of New York of Conspiracy to Commit Medicaid Fraud and Mail Fraud.The New York State Board of Regents on October 6, 2004 denied the physician's petition for the restoration of his New York State medical license.
450Barnert, Anthony23861 W. McBean Pkwy Suite 8B, Valencia, California 91355109703MD09/30/1994License revocationThe Hearing Committee sustained the charge finding the physician was disciplined by the California State Medical Board for negligence.

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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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