Arizona Medical Board
 Physician Profile
 
Printed:  12/21/2004 10:26:02 AM   from http://www.azmdboard.org
General Information
  Barbara G. Regis PA
 725 S Dobson Rd Ste 103
 Chandler Arizona 85224-5673
 Phone: 480-282-8336
License Number: 
2044
 
License Status: 
Active
License Date: 
3/13/1998
 
License Renewed: 
5/14/2004
 
Renew By: 
06/2005
 
License Expires: 
10/2005
 
Education and Training (a)   
Training Program:   
KIRKSVILLE COLLEGE OF OSTEOPATHIC MEDICINE
Graduation Date:  
8/23/1997
Supervising Physician(s) and Prescribing Authority    
  Type - License Name Prescribing Authority
  MD 27603 Andrew John Pham Carroll 14 days II,III,IV,V,NON-CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES
Note: Pursuant to A.R.S. 32-2532, the prescribing timeframes apply to schedule II and III controlled substances only. Schedule IV and V controlled substances can be prescribed for 34 days and are refillable up to 5 times in a 6-month period. Non-controlled substances can be refilled up to one year.
Board Investigations and Actions
BOARD ACTIONS: 
0
NON DISCIPLINARY ACTIONS: 
0
(c) OPEN INVESTIGATIONS: 
0
CASES DISMISSED: 
0
Malpractice/Criminal Information    
CRIMINAL CONVICTIONS /
"NO CONTEST" PLEAS:
 0
(e) MALPRACTICE CASES
RESULTING IN PAYMENT:
 0
 

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(a) 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.


(c) Open investigations represent unproven allegations - Upon investigation many complaints are found to be without merit and dismissed.

(d) 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.

(e) 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.

(f) Prior to 1999, "Advisory Letters" were known as "Letters of Concern"