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Board Actions - 1997

Alan E. Awrich, M.D. License #6388
2/17/97 - Settlement Agreement. License suspended for 30 days and restrictions imposed based on allegations of inappropriate prescribing. Restrictions include passage of state controlled drug law examination, use of duplicate, sequentially numbers prescription blanks and monitoring for substance abuse.
(Also see action in 2000)

Michael S. Gaylor, M.D. License #5402
11/27/96 - Recommended Decision. Hearing officer recommends that Dr. Gaylor's license be suspended for two years.
5/16/97 - Decision and Order. License suspended for one year based on allegation of sexual misconduct in activities ancillary to the practice of medicine. License reinstated 3/3/99.

Reinaldo de los Heros, M.D. License #6129
7/8/97 - Settlement Agreement. Surrender of license in lieu of disciplinary action based on conviction of a felony for Medicaid fraud.

Greg R. Thompson, M.D. License #6720
7/3/97 - Decision and Order. License revoked effective September 2, 1997, based on allegations of sexual misconduct. May reapply for licensure after 4 years.
(Also see action in 1999)

Lyubov Y. Gorelik, M.D. License #TR 571
7/3/97 - Order of Conditional Approval - Restrictions placed on training license based on removal from previous training program. Temporary license issued pending completion of institutional appeals process.
10/13/97 - Order. This order extends the temporary resident training license until February 15, 1998.

Albert John Murphy, M.D. License #3566
2/3/93 - Settlement Agreement. Restrictions placed on license based on abuse of alcohol.
(Also see action in 1995)
9/12/95 - Order Granting Petition. Petition granted to amend Settlement Agreement as noted in the August 11, 1995 "Petition to Amend and Supplement Agreement" submitted by Dr. Murphy.
9/16/97 - Decision and Order. License shall be suspended effective November 1, 1997 unless, prior to that time, Dr. Murphy signs an amended Settlement Agreement containing all the practice monitoring requirements noted in this order.
11/14/97 - Amendment to Settlement Agreement. Licensee agrees to engage the services of a "practice monitor" who shall observe and solicit observations of the Licensee in clinical, professional and peer interactions. Also, Licensee agrees to engage in annual physical examinations as long as the terms of this amended Settlement Agreement remain in effect.

Michael E. Schorsch, M.D. License #6680
6/15/95 - Settlement Agreement. License restricted to require monitoring for substance abuse based on voluntary admission to treatment program.
7/13/95 - Amendment to Settlement Agreement. This amends paragraph 7.b. of the Settlement Agreement to require counseling a minimum of once a month instead of a minimum of twice a month.
3/13/96 - Order Denying Petition for Lifting of License Restrictions.
9/18/97 - Order. Restrictions lifted from license.

Clare Wilmot, M.D. License #9789
7/10/96 - Order of Conditional Approval. License issued with restrictions to require proctoring of all abdominal surgeries.
9/18/97 - Order. Restrictions lifted from license.

Daniela E. Verani, M.D. License #7770
10/9/97 - Settlement Agreement. Fourteen day suspension - stayed for two years based on allegations of unprofessional conduct.

Lawrence R. Kane, M.D. License #5971
3/15/95 - Settlement Agreement. License restricted to require monitoring for substance abuse based on voluntary admission to treatment program.
10/13/97 - Order Modifying License Restrictions. Dr. Kane will enter the NH Medical Society Physician Health Program instead of being involved as a patient in regularly scheduled counseling. Also, sections c, d, e, f, and g are deleted from the 3/15/95 Settlement Agreement as of the date Dr. Kane signs a contract with the Physician Health Program.

George G. Imrie, M.D. License #4020
3/15/95 - Settlement Agreement. License restricted to require monitoring for substance abuse based on voluntary admission to treatment program.
6/11/96 - Order on Petition to Vacate Settlement Agreement. Petition denied.
11/18/97 - Order Amending Settlement Agreement. Paragraphs c and d of the 3/15/95 Settlement Agreement are amended to replace Edward Duffy, M.D. with Robert Peraino, M.D. in both instances.

Paul Cameron, M.D. License #8342
12/5/97 - Settlement Agreement. Voluntary surrender of license in lieu of disciplinary action for sexual misconduct.

Thomas L. Meyer, M.D. License #6953
2/12/92 - Order. Licensee reprimanded and restrictions placed on license based on allegation of unprofessional conduct. Restrictions include a requirement for treatment of female patients only when a nurse or other female attendant is present in the outer office, continuing medical education on transference and counter-transference and supervision of his practice.
2/18/93 - Amendment to Disciplinary Order. Dr. Meyer's petition was granted with regard to the elimination of the ongoing psychotherapy requirement and the 2/12/92 order was modified to delete Paragraph II-C.
12/31/97 - Recommended Decision. Hearing officer recommends that, following a 60-day transition period, Dr. Meyer's license be restricted to preclude any psychotherapy or other treatment of private patients which is not supervised by another psychiatrist.
(Also see action in 1998)


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