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The Ohio Medical Review Board regulates doctors, physician assistants and other health professionals. According to med.ohio.gov the medical board is required by state law to maintain the confidentiality of information related to any board investigations.

Types of Disciplinary Actions:

  • Advertising issue
  • Aiding/Abetting unlicensed practice
  • Non compliance with continuing medical education (CME) required for license renewal
  • Criminal acts
  • Criminal conviction
  • Child support suspension - failure to pay child support
  • Action by the Drug Enforcement Administration
  • Ethical violation
  • Failure to go to Board ordered examination (related to potential impairment of ability to practice)
  • Fraud in the licensure process
  • Fraudulent activity
  • Failure to cooperate with a Medical Board investigation
  • Hospital disciplinary action
  • Impairment of ability to practice (related to chemical dependency, or mental/physical health issues)
  • Internet Prescribing issue
  • Inappropriate prescribing issue
  • Licensure eligibility issue
  • Violation of a license limitation due to Medical Board action
  • Minimal standards of care violation
  • Other state regulatory board action
  • Licensure renewal issue
  • Violation of a Medical Board rule
  • Sexual misconduct
  • Unlicensed practice
  • Sanction by the Dept of Veterans Affairs