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Board Actions - 2007

Joel I. Wagman, M.D. - Amherst, NH
02/14/07 - The Board of Medicine approved a Settlement Agreement for Joel Wagman, M.D. The Board found that Respondent made changes to a patient's records without indicating that these changes and additions were made on a later date after the original note. He is reprimanded and assessed an administrative fine in the amount of $1000.00.

Christopher G. Carter, P.A. - Bedford, NH
03/13/07 - The Board of Medicine approved a Settlement Agreement for Christopher Carter, P.A. The Board received information that Mr. Carter attempted to obtain controlled drugs with forged prescriptions. He is reprimanded and his license is suspended for a period of one year and he shall continue to participate in the NH PHP.

Andrew H. Glatt, M.D. - Los Banos, CA
03/13/07 - The Board of Medicine approved a Settlement Agreement for Andrew H, Glatt, M.D. The Medical Board of California issued an administrative order restricting Dr. Glatt's license. Accordingly, the New Hampshire Board has taken reciprocal action. Dr. Glatt's license is restricted and he is required to fulfill certain conditions to maintain his license due to self-reported substance abuse and mental health issues. His license is under probationary status for a period of seven years, retroactive to August 1, 2006.

Douglas R. Howard, M.D. - Wakefield, MA
03/13/07 - The Board of Medicine approved a Settlement Agreement for Douglas R. Howard, M.D. The Board of Registration in Medicine for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts issued a final administrative order. Accordingly, the New Hampshire Board has taken reciprocal action. Dr. Howard's license is revoked retroactive to February 2, 2005, the date on which he entered into a voluntary agreement with the Massachusetts Board not to practice medicine. Additionally, he must abide by all conditions placed upon him by the Massachusetts Board.

Philip V. Maiorano, M.D. - Gilford, NH
03/13/07 - The Board of Medicine approved a Settlement Agreement for Philip Maiorano M.D. The Board received information that Dr. Maiorano failed to report the disposal of controlled substances to the DEA. Dr. Maiorano is reprimanded and is required to participate in a program of continuing medical education, specifically, an intensive course in controlled substance management. He is assessed an administrative fine in the amount of $2,500.00. He shall not be in possession of controlled drugs, other than during the regular course of business in the hospital, nor shall he directly dispense controlled drugs to patients in any manner.

James A. Kowles, M.D. - Windsor, VT
4/9/07 - The Board of Medicine issued a final Decision and Order in the matter of James Kowles, M.D. Subsequent to an adjudicatory hearing, the Board found Dr. Kowles committed sexual misconduct. Dr. Kowles' license is suspended for five years and he is required to participate in a program of continuing medical education, specifically in boundary violations. He is assessed an administrative fee in the amount of $1,000.

Donald R. McGee, M.D. - Seabrook, NH
06/13/2007 - The Board of Medicine approved a Settlement Agreement for Donald R. McGee, M.D. The Board received information that Dr. McGee hired an individual, who had a history of drug abuse and with whom Dr. McGee had a personal relationship, to assist with the administration of the office-based opioid dependence treatment. The Board also received information that Dr. McGee engaged in a social relationship including engaging in alcohol consumption with an individual who Dr. McGee treated for anxiety, depression, and in the opioid addiction treatment practice. The Board also received information that prior to July 2004, Dr. McGee maintained medical records in a location in his office where a patient or other third party could obtain; and that Dr. McGee pleaded guilty to a driving under the influence charge. Dr. McGee's license is suspended for a period of eighteen months retroactive to July 22, 2005. During the first two years in which Dr. McGee returns to practice he shall have his supervisor provide the Board with letters on a quarterly basis. Dr. McGee has entered into a five-year contract with the PHP and his Psychiatrist shall file quarterly reports, under seal, with the Board.

Timothy D. Brown, M.D. - Sherborn, MA
7/30/07 - The Board issued an Order Terminating Conditions in Dr. Brown's July 11, 2006 Settlement Agreement.

Yuki Igari, M.D. - Manchester, NH
8/9/07 - The Board of Medicine approved a Settlement Agreement for Yuki Igari, M.D. The Board received information that Dr. Igari reviewed confidential patient medical information for eight (8) patients without authorization and without having a professional physician-patient relationship with any of the eight individuals. The Board also received information that Dr. Igari violated patient confidentiality by instructing her daughter to assist her in preparing letters to patients. Dr. Igari is reprimanded and her license is suspended for a period of three months. The period of suspension is retroactively commencing December 26, 2006. Dr. Igari is assessed an administrative fine in the amount of eight thousand dollars ($8,000).

Gail L. Dolbear, M.D. - Manlius, NY
11/07/07 - The Board of Medicine accepted a Voluntary Surrender of License from Gail L. Dolbear, M.D. Professional misconduct allegations are pending against Dr. Dolbear before the Board concerning the restriction of Dr. Dolbear's surgical privileges by Southern New Hampshire Medical Center.

Richard P. Levy, M.D. - Quechee, VT (Internal Medicine)
11/07/07 - The Board of Medicine accepted a Voluntary Surrender of License from Richard P. Levy, M.D. Professional misconduct allegations are pending against Dr. Levy before the Board concerning conduct in the State of Vermont where it was alleged Dr. Levy prescribed medication for a close friend, who was not a patient at the time.

Peter Loeser, M.D. - Concord, NH
11/27/07 - Order Approving Motion for Reinstatement of Medical License and Motion to Seal Appendix B of Motion for Reinstatement of Medical License.

Lynn N. Carlton, M.D. - Springfield, MO
12/12/07 - The Board of Medicine approved a Settlement Agreement for Lynn N. Carlton, M.D. The Colorado State Board of Medical Examiners issued a "letter of admonition," which is disciplinary action in Colorado, after finding that Dr. Carlton's radiological studies on a patient fell below generally accepted standards of practice for a radiologist. Accordingly, the New Hampshire Board has taken reciprocal action and Dr. Carlton is reprimanded.

Vernon S. Kellogg, M.D. - Pepperell, MA
12/12/07 - Vernon S. Kellogg, M.D. entered into a Preliminary Agreement for Practice Restrictions with the Board of Medicine. The Board of Registration in Medicine for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts issued an Order of Temporary Suspension which caused an immediate summary suspension of Dr. Kellogg's practice of Medicine. Because of the professional misconduct allegations pending against him before the New Hampshire and Massachusetts Boards, Dr. Kellogg has agreed to adopt these practice restrictions in New Hampshire.

Zarina G. Memon, M.D. - Arlington, MA
12/12/07 - Zarina G. Memon, M.D. entered into a Preliminary Agreement for Practice Restrictions with the Board of Medicine. Professional misconduct allegations are now pending against Dr. Memom before the New Hampshire Board and the Board of Registration in Medicine for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Dr. Memom has voluntarily agreed to cease his practice of medicine in Massachusetts until the Board takes final action. Dr. Memom has agreed to adopt the same practice restrictions in New Hampshire.


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