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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
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Information up to the date of initial licensure is
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(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
for a variety of reasons that do not necessarily reflect
negatively on the professional competence or conduct
the doctor. A payment in settlement of a medical malpractice
action does not create a presumption that medical malpractice
Prior to 1999, "Advisory Letters" were known
as "Letters of Concern"