The behavior, medical decisions and even bedside manner of California doctors is open for scrutiny and critique. One unhappy patient can make allegations that can affect a doctor's reputation and, ultimately, his or her right to practice. Any practitioner who is facing accusations or dealing with any threat to his or her license has every right to consider their doctor license defense needs.
A doctor in another state is facing the suspension of his license for two years, and he will be on probation for four years. All of this happened because people expressed concerns about what some are calling paranoid behavior. During his period of probation, he will not be able to practice alone. Before making this determination, the state licensing board required him to undergo a psychiatric evaluation.
The doctor supposedly sent emails to the Department of Public Health stating that he believed there was widespread corruption and other crimes taking place in the U.S. health care system. The doctor who evaluated him claims he was loud and showed other concerning behaviors during his evaluation. In a meeting with the licensing board, the suspended doctor claimed that he was being treated unfairly and that his career was being derailed without sufficient proof of untoward behavior.
Doctors have the right to fight for their career and seek to protect their reputations when facing any type of allegations. It is beneficial for medical professionals to work with an attorney experienced in California licensing laws and doctor license defense. With the right help, it may be possible to avoid suspension, probation and more.