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Tag Archives: Maryland State Board of Physicians

Md. appeals court overturns doctor’s sanction over ‘honest mistake’ on application

The State Board of Physicians abused its discretion when it sanctioned a distinguished Walter Reed research physician who made an “inadvertent error in responding to a confusing question” on a licensure application, a Maryland appeals court found. Hundreds of other ...

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Regent who resigned had medical license suspended

A member of the Maryland Board of Regents who resigned last month had his license to practice medicine suspended about a week before he resigned. Dr. John Young’s license was suspended by the Maryland State Board of Physicians on Feb. ...

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Week in review: 12/9/11

City swears in Rawlings-Blake Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake delivers her inaugural address Tuesday as Baltimore mayor’s after being elected to a full four-year term in November. The former City Council president has served as mayor since February 2010, when she replaced Sheila ...

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Court of Appeals says doctor cannot ignore subpoena

A doctor’s desire to protect his patients’ confidentiality does not enable him to essentially ignore a state licensing board’s subpoena for documents during an investigation of the treatment he provided, Maryland’s top court ruled Friday. In a 4-3 decision, the ...

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