Allegations of Unsanitary Practice Can Place Your Medical License at Risk
Sanitary practices that meet the standard of care can help to reduce the risk of transmission of communicable diseases and development of procedure-related infections. Yet, because physicians and their staff are only human, errors in sanitary practices can and do occur. Should the Texas Medical Board (TMB) catch wind, your medical license could be at risk. Learn how to protect your right to practice in the face of an investigation, and discover what an experienced attorney can do to help improve the outcome of your case.
Physician Experiences Emergency Medical License Suspension
A real-life example of the potential consequences that a physician may face for alleged unsanitary practices, one New Jersey physician is currently fighting an emergency suspension of his medical license. He had been accused of reusing single-use anal probes on his patients, and without having so much as a chance to defend himself against the allegations, the state board has suspended his license. To get it back, he must provide proof that he ordered enough probes to treat the patients he had billed for in-office rectal procedures.
Fighting an Unsanitary Practice Allegation
Since their licenses are already suspended, physicians like the one in New Jersey are at a distinct disadvantage against their state’s medical board. Thankfully, you can do things differently. Rather than wait for the board to take investigative action against your practice, you can seek assistance from an attorney the moment you learn that a complaint has been made against you or your office. Not only does this ensure you have protection every step of the way, but it also increases the chances of a favorable outcome in your case. An experienced attorney can also field all investigation questions, ensure that all responses to the board are made in a timely manner, and they can reduce the stress you experience while navigating your investigation.
If you have already had your license suspended, perhaps under an emergency order, it is even more crucial that you reach out to an experienced attorney. Able to examine your case for any potential defenses against the allegations, and committed to ensuring you receive the fair treatment you deserve during a TMB hearing or investigation, Oscar San Miguel, Attorney at Law, is the firm to trust. Our seasoned Texas medical license defense lawyer has nearly 30 years of experience in the legal-medical arena, and we will aggressively pursue the most favorable outcome possible for your situation. Learn more by scheduling a free and personalized consultation. Call 512-228-7946 today.