Arizona Medical Board presents this information as
a service to the public. The Board relies upon information
provided by licensees to be true and correct, as required
by statute. It is an act of unprofessional conduct
for a licensee to provide erroneous information to
the Board. The Board makes no warranty or guarantee
concerning the accuracy or reliability of the content
of this website or the content of any other website
to which it may link. Assessing accuracy and reliability
of the information obtained from this website is solely
the responsibility of the user. Arizona Revised Statutes
32 - 1403 (C) provides that the Board is not liable
for errors or for any damages resulting from the use
of the information contained herein.
Information up to the date of initial licensure is
verified by the Board. Information provided by the
physician after this date is not verified by the Board.
(b) The Board does not verify current
specialties. For more information please see the American
Board of Medical Specialties website at:
http://www.abms.org to determine if the physician
has earned a specialty certification from this private
(c) Open investigations represent
unproven allegations - Upon investigation many complaints
are found to be without merit and dismissed.
Advisory Letters and Physician Responses to the Advisory
Letters are only available on-line for a 5 year
period from date of issuance by the Board.
The settlement of a medical malpractice action may
occur for a variety of reasons that do not necessarily
reflect negatively on the professional competence
or conduct of the doctor. A payment in settlement
of a medical malpractice action does not create a
presumption that medical malpractice occurred.
Prior to 1999, "Advisory Letters" were known
as "Letters of Concern"