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Warnung vor Hochstaplern!
« on: November 07, 2010, 05:03:00 AM »

Die Federation of State Medical Boards (FSMB) hat eine Liste von Hochstaplern veröffentlicht, vor denen gewarnt werden muß.

Wer ist die Federation of State Medical Boards (FSMB)?

Antwort:

http://www.fsmb.org/

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PROMOTING EXCELLENCE IN MEDICAL PRACTICE, LICENSURE AND REGULATION

The Federation of State Medical Boards (FSMB) is a national non-profit organization representing the 70 medical and osteopathic boards of the United States and its territories. The FSMB leads by promoting excellence in medical practice, licensure, and regulation as the national resource and voice on behalf of state medical and osteopathic boards in their protection of the public.
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INDIVIDUALS POSING AS PHYSICIANS (IMPOSTORS)
Updated 7 May 2010

A B C D E F G H I J
NAME
Acosta, Reynaldo
Adams, Tracy
ARTICLE
DATE
09/27/1997
08/18/2005
K L M
N
O
P Q R
STATE/
COUNTRY
FL
NE
S T U
V
W
X Y
Z
ARTICLE SOURCE
Sun-Sentinel
NE Board of Medicine and
Surgery
DESCRIPTION
Age 32. Sentenced in 1990 and again in 1996 for
unlicensed practice of medicine.
Age unknown. Order to Cease and Desist the
unlicensed practice of medicine. In Adams position
as director in a center for referral for acute
psychiatric or suicide ideation patients. In this
capacity Adams would tell nurses not to do lab work
or give medications ordered by the physician for the
patients.
Age 60. Peter was indicted in February on five
counts of practicing medicine without a license,
sexual battery & four counts of obtaining money by
false pretense. He was trying to sell an unknown
liquid to a woman to treat her cancer.
Age 34. A Nigerian, he performed unlicensed vaginal
exams in Chicago.
Adeniji-Bello, Peter
03/21/2008
News & Advance
(Lynchburg, VA)
VA
Admodi, Boyede SEE also
Agwu Nwoke and Ibeabuchi
Asonye
Admodi, Boyede SEE also
Agwu Nwoke and Ibeabuchi
Asonye
Admodi, Boyede SEE also
Agwu Nwoke and Ibeabuchi
Asonye
Afolabi-Brown, Richard
SEE also Agwu Nwoke and
Ibeabuchi Asonye and Boyede
Admodi
04/08/1997
Chicago Tribune
IL
12/15/1998
Chicago Tribune
IL
Age 35. Posed as doctor at a 2nd clinic. Charged
with Asonye, Nwoke and Brown.
01/08/2000
Chicago
Daily Herald
IL
Age 37. Received a 30-month probation for two
counts of practicing medicine without a license.
09/14/2003
Washington Post
DC
Age unknown.. Fraudulently represented himself as
a gynecologist even after May indictment for
providing medical services. He had physician
assistant and naturopath licenses.
Federation of State Medical Boards Library
1
NAME
Agripino, Dolores
ARTICLE
DATE
01/27/2005
ARTICLE SOURCE
Associated Press
STATE/
COUNTRY
TX
DESCRIPTION
Agripino, of El Paso, TX, was convicted of 27 counts;
16 of which were “practicing medicine without a
license” or permit and causing harm. She disfigured
women from fake cosmetic procedures by injecting
them with mineral oil instead of cosmetic materials.
Police are searching for her partner, Penelope,
legally known as Meliton Serafin-Reye.
Alvarez, Felix
10/07/2000
Palm Beach Post
FL
Age 36. Charged with practicing medicine without a
license and illegally dispensing drugs.
Alvarez, Felix
08/09/2001
Palm Beach Post
FL
Age 37. Accused of practicing medicine without a
license. The misdemeanor charges were dropped
because of procedural errors, however 24 felony
charges are pending.
Alvarez, Rigoroberto Camacho
08/11/2004
City News Service Inc
CA
Age 48. Plead guilty to 3 counts of practicing
medicine without a license and 1 count of identity
theft. Alvarez was using ID of retired Florida doctor
at Santa Ana and Los Angeles clinics. Sentenced to
two years in prison.
Anderson, Carl SEE
Molstad, Brian Rolf
Andersson, Timothy Syed
02/08/2010
San Francisco Chronicle
CA
Age 66. Andersson said he was dermatologist to the
stars. After finding his credentials and research
manufactured he was charged in San Francisco
Superior Court with 51 counts, including practicing
medicine without a license. Andersson stated he
received a medical degree in Pakistan, however no
proof he ever received a license has been found. He
was also implicated in a fraud scheme in Sweden.
“From May 2001 until May 2003, Michael Andrew
misrepresented himself as a surgeon and graduate
of Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. He
served as chief executive officer of Meadows
Diagnostic Imaging Center in Henderson, Colorado
and supervised at least ten contrast x-ray
procedures while pretending to be a physician.
(During such procedures, a dye is injected into the
patient to highlight the areas that are being studied.
A physician's presence is necessary in case the dye
causes anaphylactic shock, a potentially fatal allergic
reaction.) Michael had received a bachelor's degree
from the now-defunct Hamilton University; a
nonaccredited online school based in Wyoming, and
Federation of State Medical Boards Library
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Andrew, Michael
08/23/2005
Consumer Health Digest
#05-34
NAME
ARTICLE
DATE
ARTICLE SOURCE
STATE/
COUNTRY
DESCRIPTION
was enrolled in St. Luke's School of Medicine, a
correspondence school that has since been shut
down by Liberian government authorities. In June
2005, Michael pleaded guilty to one felony count of
attempt to practice medicine without a license. In
August he was sentenced to serve 120 days in the
Clark County Detention Center to be followed by 4
years of intensive supervision probation.”
http://quackfiles.blogspot.com/2005/08/consumer-
health-digest-05-34.html
Anonymous
05/19/2003
Associated Press
MA
Botched cosmetic surgeries of transvestites. Patients
would not give name of person who performed
botched injection of buttocks with oily silicon-like
substance.
Age 26. Sporting goods salesman, taped physical
exams of girls.
Arellano was indicted with 15 counts of rape by
fraud after five patients complained about him
conducting gynecological exams on them at his
father‟s clinic. Arellano posed as a doctor from 1998
– 2004 although he as never been a licensed
physician.
Arnett, who was under investigation for promoting
online & foreign medical schools, was given a license
to practice as surgical assistant.
He told the State Board that he was going to open a
surgical assistants company.
Age 50. Indicted for operating a clinic where Asonye
allowed two Nigerian nationals to pose as Asonye
and treat 100's of patients. Although a licensed
doctor, he was charged with practicing medicine
without a license and under an assumed name.
Arikado, Takayuki
Arellano, Dennis Charles
“Chuck”
10/30/1997
07/08/2006
Daily Yomiuri
Chattanooga Times Free
Press
WSMV-TV
Japan
TN
Arnett, Stephen
See also Michael Andrew Elias
11/01/2006
Lexington Herald Leader
KY
Asonye, Ibeabuchi SEE also
Agwu Nwoke & Boyede
Admodi
12/15/1998
Chicago Tribune
IL
Astor, Linda
01/03/2002
Waikato Times
NZ
Age unknown. Lied about work experience to gain
psychiatric jobs in NZ before disappearing in 1997.
Astor worked in several US states as a psychiatrist,
where INS is currently holding her. Trained in native
Poland as a doctor. She is a transvestite.
Bachner, Edward F IV
07/01/2008
Chicago Tribune
IL
Bader, Nahdi Fahad
05/10/2007
Mumbai Mirror online
India
Age 35. Bachner, while posing as a physician,
ordered tetrodotoxin, pufferfish, in an amount that
could kill approx. 100 people. Possessing the toxin is
a felony.
Age unknown. Bader submitted fake certificates to
Saifee Hospital, working for almost a year in the
intensive care unit and marrying a fellow doctor. His
wife became suspicious, then her parents checked
into Bader‟s certificate with the university where they
Federation of State Medical Boards Library
3
NAME
ARTICLE
DATE
ARTICLE SOURCE
STATE/
COUNTRY
DESCRIPTION
found the university had no record of Bader.
Baluchi, Bariol
11/06/2006
* -- see end of document
UK
Age 45. A bogus doctor who duped the Home Office,
courts and charities out of £1.25m by claiming to be
a top psychiatrist was forced to pay back just
£30,000.
Baluchi changed his name 20 times since arriving
from Iran in 1979, is currently serving a 10 year jail
sentence after an outrageous four and a half year
scam.
Barnbaum, Gerald SEE Gerald
Barnes
Barnes, Gerald AKA Gerald
Barnbaum
Barnes, Gerald AKA Gerald
Barnbaum
00/00/0000
04/17/1997
NY Times
CA
Age 62. Took over CA doc identity twice; practiced
occupational health.
Age 67. U S marshals arrested Barnes in N.
Hollywood nearly 1 month after he was supposed to
enter a minimum security Illinois prison. 1st
conviction in 1981 a 3-year prison sentence for
involuntary manslaughter. Practiced medicine again
and served another prison term, but was back in
custody for posing as a doctor in 1989. In 1996 he
was sentenced to the current prison term of 12
years.
09/30/2000
Beloit Daily News (WI)
CA
Barnes, Gerald AKA Gerald
Barnbaum
Bass, Bernard Dr
02/18/2001
San Francisco Chronicle
CA
Masqueraded as physician for 20 years, took identity
of CA Orthopedic surgeon. In prison in Illinois.
Age 61. Bass was arrested for writing prescriptions
after he had surrendered his medical license. He
pleaded not guilty. He is also being charged by the
Medical Board of California for a variety of violations.
Age 37. Arrested for practicing as a dentist. Also
arrested at clinic: Jennifer Gando, Vincente Galarza,
and Johnny Zurita Velasquez.
08/14/2008
Ventura County Star
CA
Bautista, Patricia SEE also
Johnny Zurita Velasquez,
Vicente Galarza & Jennifer
Guado
Beaudrie, David Anthony
04/21/2001
Daily News
NY
12/02/2006
St. Petersburg Times
FL
Age 41. Beaudrie, injecting an undercover police
deputy with what was supposedly collagen. When he
was stopped, he said the syringe was water, not
collagen. He was charged with 1 count of practicing
medicine without a license and fraud. Beaudrie
advertised cosmetic treatments. He is licensed by
the Florida Board of Cosmetology as a facial
specialist.
Age 29. Posed as doctor to obtain Vicodin from
pharmacy.
Beauregard, Linda A. AKA
Karen Smith
06/09/1997
Providence Journal-
Bulletin
RI
Federation of State Medical Boards Library
4
NAME
Beshara, Louis
ARTICLE
DATE
12/11/1998
ARTICLE SOURCE
Sun-Sentinel
STATE/
COUNTRY
FL
DESCRIPTION
Age, 57. Atlanta pharmacist posing as doctor was
sentenced to 10 years probation and forced to give
up pharmacist license for at least 1 year. Stated he
told patients he was a doctor but thought they
understood it was a doctor of pharmacology. As he
was under the direction of a licensed physician, he
believed he was practicing integrated health care.
Blackwell, William Leo (Billy)
08/10/2000
Associated Press
AL
Age 34. Pleaded guilty to faking physicians‟
assistant credentials. Sentenced to 5 years.
Requested probation and was released on bond.
Made rounds at a jail, found guilty of forgery in 1999
and sentenced to five years in prison. A probation &
restitution hearing is pending on both cases.
Blackwell, William Leo (Billy)
01/16/2002
Associated Press
AL
Age 35. Arrested in Aug 2000 for using fake
physician assistant credentials. Arrested again in Jan.
2002 while working at a restaurant after failing to
appear for his jail sentence. He had signed contract
to provide medical services to inmates.
Boldt, Gary
01/12/1997
Idaho Falls Post Register
ID
Age 42. Previously convicted in WY for the
unlicensed practice of medicine; practiced veterinary
medicine also.
Age 59. Licensed WI. Chiropractor advertised himself
on television as a naturopathic family physician,
including physical therapy, physical medicine,
rehabilitation & hypnotherapy. Order states that
until he is properly credentialed in Wisconsin he may
not advertise with words physician, medicine,
medical, clinic, doctor except as doctor of
chiropractic & must post in his office reception area
that he is not a WI licensed physician.
Bowman, James R, D.C.
03/23/2005
WI Dept of Reg &
Licensing
WI
Brenham, David Anthony AKA
Green, Mark Anthony & Glenn
Williams Korey
Brown, James
00/00/0000
10/29/2005
Sun-Sentinel
FL
Age 60. Charged with practicing medicine without a
license, accused of illegally injecting B-12 vitamins,
folic acid & oxygen into a woman who became sick
from the injections. His patients were mostly
uninsured Hispanic immigrants. He did work in North
Carolina previously.
Federation of State Medical Boards Library
5
NAME
Brown, John Ronald
ARTICLE
DATE
12/17/1999
ARTICLE SOURCE
Associated Press
STATE/
COUNTRY
CA
DESCRIPTION
Age 77. Unlicensed doctor sentenced to 15 years to
life for amputating leg of an elderly man to satisfy
the man's sexual fetish. Also, pleaded guilty to 7
shoddy sex change operations. He lost his license in
1977 because of crude sex change operations.
Brown, Richard A and
Brown Janice Kressen
11/11/2008
philly.com
PA
Brunkow, Karl SEE ALSO Edwin
Kokes
05/01/1999
Nat'l Council for Reliable
Health Information Inc
NE
Age 64. Story about Brown, who since graduate
school. has had problems. He made it thru med
school despite poor evaluations and grades. In 2001
he was arrested and pleaded no contest to a felony
drug charge in 2003. He medical license was
suspended, although he kept practicing medicine. He
also faced, along with his wife, tax evasion charges.
The article discusses, over 5 pages, his path from
medical school thru today and how rec‟d a license
and practiced medicine.
Age unknown. Self proclaimed but unlicensed
physician. Was sending lab samples to Edwin Kokes
in Nebraska.
Age 47. Bertha was arrested, then charged with five
felony “practicing medicine without a license” counts
and two misdemeanor counts of dispensing
medication without a license. She has pleaded not
guilty. Bertha is owner of several abortion mills in
the Los Angeles area when a woman was found very
ill after a botched abortion.
The men listed have performed abortions at the
clinics. All, except Flanigan, have lost their medical
licenses.
Bugarin, Bertha
Bugarin, Raquel
Braemer, Nichlas
Reich, Laurence
Dia, Mohammed
Miller, Glenn Edward
Flanigan, George Dalton
02/08/2008
&
03/24/2008
LifesiteNews.com
CA
See also
Also
Bugarin, Bertha
07/10/2008
Associated Press
CA
Age 47. Bugarin has pleased not guilty to ten felong
counts including performing medical procedures
without a license and grand theft.
Age 49. Raquel was arrested, and then charged with
five felony counts of aiding or abetting the practice
of medicine without certification. She has pleaded
not guilty.
The men listed have performed abortions at the
clinics. All, except Flanigan, have lost their medical
licenses.
Bugarin, Raquel
02/08/2008
&
03/24/2008
LifesiteNews.com
CA
See also
Also:
Bugarin, Bertha
Braemer, Nicholas
Reich, Laurence
Dia, Mohammed
Miller, Glenn
Edward
Flanigan, George
Dalton
Federation of State Medical Boards Library
6
NAME
Caplinger, Gregory
ARTICLE
DATE
10/31/2001
ARTICLE SOURCE
Associated Press
STATE/
COUNTRY
NC
DESCRIPTION
Age 48. Posed as AIDS doctor in the Dominican
Republic. Had at least two fake diplomas from
European schools. Previously prosecuted in North
Carolina and Florida. A NC federal court sentenced
him to 14 years for practicing medicine without a
license, wire fraud and money laundering. He was
also ordered to pay $1 million to his victims. He
faces additional charges in PA for similar conduct
between 1997 & 1999.
Age 42. Posed as doctor at a juvenile detention
center and charged with practicing medicine without
a license.
Age 43, operated Casey's Psychoneurology Institute
in CA.
Age 40. Charged with practicing medicine without a
license, delivery and possession of a controlled
substance and improperly disposing of biohazardous
waste. Performed cosmetic surgery.
Carmona, Yolanda
06/27/2000
Associated Press
NJ
Casey, Andrew
11/15/1997
UPI
CA
Chaves, Carlos Alberto SEE
also Mayra & Alfred Vazquez
10/13/1999
Houston Chronicle
TX
Chaves, Carlos Alberto SEE
also Mayra & Alfred Vazquez
11/11/1999
Houston Chronicle
TX
Age 40. Performed liposuction at a hair salon in an
upscale mall, traveling between Miami and Houston.
He is also wanted in Florida for practicing medicine
without a license for previous
Age 26. Chiang has set up his car with a flashing
green light, defibrillator and “doctor on call” sign so
he could break the speed limit whenever he wanted.
When in court for speeding he gave the court a
letter from a women he was supposedly going to
visit. He also showed the court a badly written locum
tenes letter that tripped him up. He will be
sentenced later.
Chiang, Omid
09/06/2007
The Times
(London)
UK
Chung, Stephen Kai Yiu
09/03/1998
Canadian Medical
Association Journal
Press-Enterprise
(Riverside, CA)
Canada
Age 60. Practiced medicine in Ontario, without any
qualifications, for 15 years.
Age 59. Charged with practicing medicine without a
license after she treated a 7 year old with bone
cancer with herbal medicine, saying the child would
be cured. She also advised the parents to take the
child off chemotherapy.
Cordova, Estela Mora
06/21/2001
CA
Federation of State Medical Boards Library
7
NAME
Curran, John E
ARTICLE
DATE
06/18/2005
ARTICLE SOURCE
Provo.com
Providence Journal
STATE/
COUNTRY
RI
DESCRIPTION
Curran plead the 5th to purchasing 3 diplomas from a
bogus college at an administrative hearing. He then
agreed to “suspend” his “natural healing” practice.
Federation agencies are also investigating him for
wire fraud, mail fraud and money laundering in
connection with the alternative medicine practice.
Curran, John E
10/01/2006
The Lexington Herald
Leader
KY
Age 41. Curran said he was a natural healer and
physician. He studied at an online medical school
promoted from Kentucky. He charged a standard fee
of $10,000 for his supposed cancer treatments. He
was sentenced to 12 ½ years for wire fraud and
money laundering.
He along with Lammers and Michaels were students
of St Luke‟s online medical school.
Age unknown. MarJanna claimed she was a
gynecologist. After pleading guilty to posing as a
doctor she was sentenced to home confinement,
probation and fines.
Age 75. Several criminal actions in Quebec for
unlicensed practice, practices from home; speaks
French only
Age 59. Daprano was sentenced to 45 yrs and will
have to serve at least 85 percent. He was convicted
on 3 counts of criminal sexual contact of a minor,
two counts of practicing medicine without a license,
43 counts of practicing psychology without a license
and charges of contributing to the delinquency of a
minor, extortion and attempt to commit a felony.
The acts occurred between April and June 2004.
Dahl, MarJanna
08/27/2007
The Salt Lake Tribune
UT
Daigle, Roland
12/15/1997
Ottawa Citizen
Canada
Daprano, Louis
10/25/2008
Albuquerque Journal
NM
David, Anthony James
10/12/2007
St. Petersburg Times
FL
Age 30. David is a landscaper whom at an
orthopedics clinic examined one person and gave
another prescription drugs. He also had a parking
pass that allowed him to park in the physicians‟ lot.
Tampa General initially became aware of David when
he tried to obtain a hospital photo ID. When the
police went to arrest him he was in scrubs and had
told his parents he was going to work at the
hospital. He was arrested on 3 counts of practicing
medicine without a license, grand theft and
possession with intent to deliver prescription drugs.
Federation of State Medical Boards Library
8
NAME
Davis, Mark
ARTICLE
DATE
08/25/2006
ARTICLE SOURCE
Mansfield News Journal
STATE/
COUNTRY
OH
DESCRIPTION
Age 53. Practiced chiropractic medicine without a
license and unlawfully billed insurers. Davis is
standing trial on more than 20 counts including
practice medicine without a certificate. Davis, a
license massotherapist with a degree in
mechotherapy, was practicing as a chiropractor from
1999 through 2005.
Age 53. Davis trail continues. A chiropractic board
investigator stated on the stand, that the state
medical board had complaints about Davis for the
last 4 or 5 years.
Age 53. Davis testified he didn‟t represent himself as
a doctor. He stated he treated 13,000 patients over
20 years without a problem
Age 53. Charged with 27 counts, many involving
practice of medical or surgery without a certificate
for practicing from his Rehab office. Davis received a
OH mechanotherapy license, however stopped
licensing mechanotherapy in 1992 and never license
the school, Ohio College of Limited Medical Practice
he graduated from.
Age 53. A jury found Davis guilty of those five
counts and innocent of 22. The prosecutor stated he
would recommend a prison sentence and license
revocation.
Age 53. Mark Davis was sentenced to four years
probation after pleading with the judge not to send
him to prison.
Age 32. Told his employer he was a licensed
physician & in that capacity wrote 2 prescriptions for
legend drugs. NJ State Bd of Medical Examiners
order required that Diaz cease & desist holding
himself in the practice of medicine & surgery nor
prepare or sign drug prescriptions.
Age unknown. Used ozone machine for vaginal
infections.
Age unknown. Pleaded guilty to 3 counts of
practicing medicine without a license. Is currently
serving 9 years in federal prison for defrauding
cancer patients and stating he could cure cancer.
Age unknown. NE Board order given to
Ealy to cease & desist unlicensed practice of
medicine. Ealy read a chest x-ray and made a
diagnosis, which was beyond his scope of practice.
Davis, Mark
08/31/2006
Mansfield News Journal
OH
Davis, Mark
09/02/2006
Mansfield News Journal
OH
Davis, Mark
09/06/2006
Mansfield News Journal
OH
Davis, Mark
09/07/2006
Mansfield News Journal
OH
Davis, Mark
09/12/2006
Mansfield News Journal
OH
Diaz, Jose Ramon
02/18/2005
NJ State Bd of Medical
Examiners
NJ
D'Onofrio, Salvatore
08/08/1997
Orange County (CA)
Register
Richmond Times-Dispatch
CA
Dyke, John Paul
02/01/2002
VA
Ealy, Keith
10/20/2004
NE Board of Medicine &
Surgery
NE
Federation of State Medical Boards Library
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NAME
Edwards, David Matthias (AKA
David Rosen)
Escalante, Jorge Alberto
ARTICLE
DATE
12/12/1998
ARTICLE SOURCE
Sun-Sentinel
STATE/
COUNTRY
FL
DESCRIPTION
Age 49. Posed as doctor to con Jamaican and West
Indian women out of money.
Age 56. Arrested on suspicion of sexually assaulting
a patient that had been coming to him for 12 years.
Expected to also face a charge of practicing medicine
without a license.
The Medical Board of California investigators served
a search warrant and arrest warrant today. Omar
Abisaid Sarabia Esparza and Ezequiel Sanchez
Solorzano were arrested for practicing medicine
without a license, aiding and abetting, and selling
misbranded drugs Medical Board investigators, along
with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement
(ICE) agents, conducted an investigation for several
months. Esparza and Solorzano were treating
patients at a residence where they were selling and
dispensing misbranded drugs. An undercover
investigation was conducted by a Medical Board
investigator who was treated and given medication.
The activity was brought to the attention of ICE and
the Medical Board by the husband of a patient who
was given an injection and suffered side effects.
Age 56. Treated hundreds of Spanish speaking
patients. Charged with practicing medicine without a
license and acupuncture. Office was in apartment.
07/21/2003
City News Service
CA
Omar Abisaid Sarabia Esparza
04/08/2010
Medical Board of
California
CA
Evangs-Toriz, Juan SEE
Gonzales, Pablo
Associated Press
NC
Faiello, Dean
02/19/2004
NY Times
NY & NJ
Age 44. On 26 June 2003 Faiello plead guilty to
practicing cosmetic medicine without a license and
conspiracy, a charge relating to illegal distribution of
pharmaceuticals. Faiello ran a „skin & laser center‟ on
the upper east side. He disappeared before
sentencing and is believed to be in Costa Rica. A
woman missing since April 2003 was found buried at
his former home in Newark. It is believed she died
from a botched cosmetic surgery.
Faillo, described as a fake dermatologist, was
arrested in Puerto Rico, suspected in the death of
Maria Cruz.
Update on relationship of Cruz / Faiello with
interviews with Cruz relatives and people who knew
Faiello at the time of Cruz‟ funeral.
Faiello, Dean
02/27/2004
NY Times
NY & NJ
Faiello, Dean
02/29/2004
Newsday (NY)
NY & NJ
Federation of State Medical Boards Library
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NAME
Faiello, Dean
ARTICLE
DATE
05/24/2005
ARTICLE SOURCE
New York Post
STATE/
COUNTRY
NY
DESCRIPTION
Faiello was extradited to NY from Costa Rica
06/23/2005. He was arraigned in Manhattan
Supreme Court on charges of 2nd degree murder and
will appear before another judge or practicing
without a license charges, the charges that got him
extradited back to NY.
Age 46. Faiello was sentenced to 20 years for killing
Maria Cruz in 2003 for failing to render aid when she
had seizures from an injection of anesthetic.
Faiello, Dean
12/05/2006
Daily News
NY
Faiello, Dean
12/05/2006
Newsday Nassau &
Suffolk Edition
NY
Age 47. Faiello was sentenced to 20 years for killing
Maria Cruz in 2003 for failing to render aid when she
had seizures from an injection of anesthetic. He had
already been indicted in October 2002 for practicing
medicine without a license. He was also sentenced
to five years of post-release supervision.
Age 26. Will serve 3-year prison sentence for
practicing medicine without a license. Fortson also
attempted to practice as a doctor in Denver, CO.
Fortson, Nathaniel
08/28/2003
Atlanta Journal &
Constitution
GA
Flores, Myrna
09/10/2009
Medical Board of
California
CA
Age unknown. Myrna, a medical assistant, was
arrested at her Los Angeles home. Whiling serving
the arrest warrant a forged prescription and illegal
drugs were found. She admitted to stealing blank
prescriptions & forging a physician‟s name, getting
Viocodin from a pharmacy, then selling the drug on
the street.
Age unknown. Cease & Desist Order for practicing
midwifery without a license.
Age 48. Posed as a plastic surgeon. Arrested with
Johnny Zurita Velasquez. Originally from Ecuador.
Also arrested at clinic: Patricia Bautista and Jennifer
Gando.
Age 50. Sentenced 03/06/2003 in abstentia to 10
years in prison. He had been convicted of assault,
unlicensed practice of medicine & other charges. He
fled to Ecuador to avoid trial. He is a licensed plastic
surgeon in Ecuador.
Gaefke, Ellen
10/04/2005
PA State Board of
Medicine
Daily News
PA
Galarza, Vicente SEE also
Johnny Zurita Velasquez,
Patricia Bautista & Jennifer
Gando
Galarza, Vicente
04/21/2001
NY
03/07/2003
Newsday (NY, NY)
NY
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NAME
Gaona, Miriam Yukie
ARTICLE
DATE
10/07/2002
ARTICLE SOURCE
Associated Press
STATE/
COUNTRY
Mexico
DESCRIPTION
Age unknown. 141 people have filed lawsuits in one
of the largest malpractice cases in Mexican history.
Gaona stated she was a plastic surgeon, injecting
patients with an industrial silicone mixture.
Gardner, Cindee
07/28/2004
PA Medical Boards
PA
Adjudication & order for unauthorized practice of
medicine & surgery as a homeopathic physician.
Age 31. Charged with 2 counts of practicing
medicine and prescribing drugs without a license.
Posed as neurosurgeon and prescribed Prozac as
sleeping pills. Stated he had medical degree from
the University of Miami.
Age 37. In July 2001 Glatt began an 18 month
probation which stated that he could not take a job
in the medical field where prescription drugs were
available. Since that time, Glatt, through his wife and
mother, owned disabled children group homes
where he had access to drugs. He came to the
attention of authorities when child abuse
investigators closed the homes after charges of
children being over medicated and poor supervision
when a boy died.
Age 45. CT issued Glenney a Cease & Desist Order
for practicing medicine without a license.
Glatt, David
12/20/2000
St. Petersburg Times
FL
Glatt, David
06/26/2007
The Miami Herald
FL
Glenney, Sandra
11/18/2005
Connecticut Med Exam
Board
CT
Gokmen, Margaret
03/21/2003
IL Dept of Prof. Reg.
IL
Gokmen owned & managed a weight loss clinic that
held itself as “medical center” even though
respondent was not a licensed IL physician. She
examined patients & prescribed controlled
substances and was referred to as a “doctor” by
patients. An Cease & Desist Order was issued.
Complaint alleged that Gonzalez identified himself as
a doctor, examined a patient, diagnosed a medical
condition and recommended remedy written on
prescription pad. On 14 April 2003 Gonzalez was
permanently enjoined from the practice of medicine
and can not use the designation “doctor”, ND,
naturopathic physician or any title denoting licensure
in New Jersey.
Age 53. Treated hundreds of Spanish speaking
patients. Charged with practicing medicine without
a license and acupuncture in apartment office.
Gonzalez, Heriberto
04/14/2003
New Jersey
Gonzales, Pablo SEE Evangs-
Toriz, Juan
03/29/2002
Associated Press
NC
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NAME
Gottfried, Richard
ARTICLE
DATE
01/04/2006
ARTICLE SOURCE
Philadelphia Daily News
STATE/
COUNTRY
PA
DESCRIPTION
Age 48. Gottfried, a convicted fraud who passed
himself off as a death penalty expert is not pasing as
a licensed psychotherapist. He has been under grand
jury investigation since 2004. In the late 1990‟s he
spent two years in a federal penitentiary for a
mortgage company fraud he plead guilty to in 1996.
Gottfried has 2master of science degrees in
education, one in criminal justice. He also claimed to
have a Pennsylvania license to practice.
Graybill, Jeffrey
10/03/2009
Associated Press
CA
Age unknown. Graybill was charged with posing as a
fertility doctor so he could sexually molest men while
pretending to give them examinations. He is accused
of stealing the identity of a San Francisco doctor,
then working at a Los Angeles clinic. Authorities are
also investigating other potential victims in California
and Arizona.
Green, James W SEE ALSO
Richardson, Corey J
07/28/2000
Associated Press
KY
Age unknown. Named in lawsuit filed by 36 people
that say he was negligent in their care. He was also
charged with practicing medicine without a license.
Practiced at cosmetic & laser surgery clinic.
Gregory, Raymond
07/05/2007
MSNBC.com
FL
Age 64. Gregory was arrested after an undercover
officer visited Gregory‟s Jacksonville office. Gregory
gave the officer a prescription in an envelope. He
was later arrested for practicing medicine without a
license and delivery of a controlled substance.
Green, James W SEE ALSO
Richardson, Corey J
03/28/2001
Associated Press
KY
Age unknown. Charged with 117 counts of assault or
wanton endangerment. Patients became ill after
plastic or laser surgery at his clinic. Tried with Corey
J. Richardson.
Griffith, Carol
09/07/2004
NE Health & Human
Services
NE
Age unknown. Complaint states Carol was engaged
in unlicensed practice of medicine, telling people that
supplements she was prescribing would not interact
with medication prescribed by physician. Also made
medical diagnosis of another individual.
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NAME
Green, Mark Anthony AKA
Glenn Williams Korey & David
Anthony Brenham
ARTICLE
DATE
07/17/2001
ARTICLE SOURCE
Austin American
Statesman
STATE/
COUNTRY
TX
DESCRIPTION
Age 33. Set up clinic where possibly six women were
sexually assaulted during fake examinations. Green
was released from federal prison after a 3-year
sentence for passing counterfeit money. His criminal
record also included burglary and credit card abuse.
He has 21 aliases.
Gando, Jennifer SEE also
Bautista, Patricia, Johnny
Zurita Velasquez & Vicente
Galarza
Hageseth, Christian
04/21/2001
Daily News
NY
Age 30. Arrested for posing as a nurse at the same
clinic as Patricia Bautista, Johnny Zurita Velasquez
and Vincente Galarza.
04/18/2009
SFGate.com
CA
Age 68. Hageseth, was sentenced to 9 months for
practicing medicine in California without a license
after prescribing a generic form of Prozac online to a
Stanford student who later committed suicide.
Hageseth had a Colorado license that didn‟t allow
him to write prescriptions. Gageseth surrendered his
CO medical license. He is one of the 1st prosecuted
under “telemedicine” statutes.
Age 22. Hanson was arrested, charged with ID theft,
2nd degree assault, forgery, tampering with drug
records, theft and several other charges after a
patient found he wasn‟t a doctor. His mother stated
he wanted to go to medical school eventually as she
couldn‟t afford to send him herself.
Hanson, Scott
5/01/2009
ABC News
http://abcnews.go.com
OR
Harlib, Howard
Harrington, Randall Lee
09/28/1997
12/02/2003
Sun-Sentinel
AZ Osteo Bd
FL
AZ
Age 43. Posed as doctor to lure private nurses to his
home for lewd acts.
Age 47. Arrested for practicing medicine without a
license. Charges pending Jan 2004. He was
previously sent a „cease & desist‟ order by the AZ
Osteopathic Board in Dec. 2002. In Oct. 2003 he
admitted a patient, wrote orders and wrote a
prescription for medication while working at a
hospice. He also claims to hold a PhD and be an
attorney in CA and AZ. He has a prison record in
CA.
Age unknown. Natural health business owner fooled
clients into thinking she had medical expertise,
charged with practicing medicine without a license.
Used device called a Computron to gauge body's
toxin and energy levels. Harvey was charged after a
woman with breast cancer died after rejecting
conventional therapy.
Harvey, Colleen
03/26/2002
Associated Press
SD
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NAME
Harvey, Colleen
ARTICLE
DATE
03/30/2002
ARTICLE SOURCE
Associated Press
STATE/
COUNTRY
SD
DESCRIPTION
Court ruled for the state on the charge of practicing
medicine without a license, but only so far as she
cannot advertise her doctor of naturopathy degree.
Hashmi, Zahir
03/24/2000
St. Petersburg Times
FL
Age 31. Accused and arrested for posing as a doctor
at a hospital.
Hawkins, Mark SEE also
Donnie E Hendrix
04/20/2001
Sun Sentinel
FL
Age unknown. Arrest warrant served in SC where
the men were arrested. They are charged in SC with
manslaughter, 3rd degree felony murder and
unlicensed practice of medicine after the woman he
injected silicone into died.
Hayes, Arthur Daniel
12/20/2006
Associated Press
TX
Age 56. Hayes, along with another man, not named,
was indicted on charges of practicing medicine
without a license. They had opened fake clinics in
Harlingen and San Benito, seeing female patients.
The case initially began as a investigation of
Medicaid fraud.
Age 52. Head was sentenced to 14 years of
probation after pleading no contest to 12 charges of
“practicing medicine without a license” in exchange
for dropping a charge of organized fraud and four
counts of grant theft. He had injected Restalyne &
Lidocaine into clients and applied permanent
makeup. He had been arrested on similar charges in
Winter Park.
Head, Rufus Edward
06/23/2005
Ft. Pierce Tribune
FL
Helsing, Cheryl
08/15/2005
Illinois Dept of Prof Reg
IL
Age 46. Issued cease & desist order, for prescribing
medication for hypertension and depression as she
was not a licensed physician and surgeon or
supervised by a licensed physician and surgeon. She
is a Veterinarian.
Hendrix, Donnie E SEE also
Mark Hawkins
04/20/2001
Sun-Sentinel
FL
Age 32. Arrested for murder, manslaughter and
practicing medicine without a license after the
woman he injected silicone into died.
HERBS R US
See Nicholson, Beverly
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NAME
Horace, David
ARTICLE
DATE
02/25/2003
ARTICLE SOURCE
IL Dept of Prof. Reg.
STATE/
COUNTRY
IL
DESCRIPTION
Horace thought not licensed as physician and
surgeon performed radiation therapy, follow up
evaluation/care, other diagnostic exams and medical
treatments, and collected fees for services above. He
is to Cease and Desist above services until he has
complied with provisions of Illinois MPA.
Hosea, Claude T.
03/22/1998
Orlando Sentinel
FL
Age 54. Military corpsman, treated patients while
practicing as physician‟s assistant to 83-year-old
doctor.
Age 47. Posed as homeopathic doctor. Sentenced
to two years in prison after pleading guilty to
practicing medicine without a license. He gave
patients sugar pill prescriptions and told people his
“frequency generator” could cure them.
Hunt, Ricky
04/06/2000
Associated Press
CA
Jain, Vikas
10/28/2008
Newark Advocate
OH
Age unknown. Jain, a former eye doctor was named
in two Las Vegas malpractice suits along with two
other doctors. Jain allegedly conducted preoperative
and post-operative examinations for surgeries, which
according to the law, must be preformed by a
physician. In November 2005 the Ohio Medical Board
revoked his license after 22 patients complained
about his work as an eye doctor. He was cited for
failing to meet minimum care standards.
James, Brian Lamar
12/11/2006
Dallas / Ft Worth Hospital
Council
TX
Age unknown. A black male individual reportedly
going by the name of Brian Lamar James, is
impersonating a physician. He has multiple warrants
in colin county. He also had three Ambulatory
Services Referral forms and may have other
documentation.
Age unknown. Accused of injecting silicone, instead
of collagen, into “clients” at beauty salons. The
Medical Board of CA is investigating.
Age 64. On probation for 1983 conviction. Treated
cancer with vitamins and oil on feet. Also "practiced"
in Texas and Mexico.
Jimenez, Neifth Espinoza
AKA Nellie
03/19/2004
San Jose Mercury News
CA
Keller, James Gordon
01/16/1998
Advocate, Baton Rouge.
LA
LA
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NAME
Kokes, Edwin E SEE also Karl
Brunkow
ARTICLE
DATE
05/01/1999
ARTICLE SOURCE
Nat'l Council for Reliable
Health Information Inc
STATE/
COUNTRY
NE
DESCRIPTION
Age 63. Owner of a Nebraska laboratory. He was
sentenced 08/19/1998 to 2 1/2 yrs in prison for
sending unapproved drugs through the mail. He
also claimed he was a doctor and that he could
diagnose and treat medical conditions from hair and
fingernail samples. He came to light while FDA was
investigating Kirk Brunkow (MN).
Korey, Glenn Williams AKA
Green, Mark Anthony
Kornak, Paul
00/00/0000
10/31/2003
Washington Post
DC
Age 52. Indicted on manslaughter charges after
enrolling veterans in drug studies. Also posed as
doctor. Kornak never completed medical training at
a Grenada medical school.
Age 43. Ran cosmetic surgery clinic In NY; also has
clinic in Toronto.
Age 47. Charged with offering to “practice medicine
without a license”. His chiropractic license had been
suspended in 1998.
Age 50. Sentenced 04/07/2005 to 1 year in county
jail and 5 years probation, for “practicing medicine
without a license.” He is also awaiting possible
extradition to Kentucky on the same charges. He is
still on probation from Florida for the same charges.
Age 50. Lammers was indicted on felony charges
that he illegally treated patients from June to Sept.
2003. Authorities were notified when a “patient”
found that he was arrested in Michigan.
He has been convicted in Kentucky, Florida and
Michigan of similar charges.
In Feb. 2003, in Florida, he was sentenced to two
yrs probation after pleading guilty to “practicing
medicine” – although he was a chiropractor.
In 2004 he plead guilty to a felony charge of
wanton endangerment; he was sentenced to 1 year
probation, which has been revoked.
In Michigan he was convicted to “practicing medicine
without a license” with a year jail time, however he
spent that in jail waiting for trial. When released he
was extradited to Kentucky.
LaFontaine, Sonia
03/03/1998
New York Daily News
NY
Lammers, Larry
02/14/2002
Orlando Sentinel
FL
Lammers, Larry
04/08/2005
toledoblade.com
OH
Lammers, Larry
06/22/2005
Lexington Herald Leader
KY
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NAME
Lammers, Larry
ARTICLE
DATE
10/01/2006
ARTICLE SOURCE
Lexington Herald Leader
STATE/
COUNTRY
KY
DESCRIPTION
Mentioned in Lexington Herald Leader articles 10/1 –
10/2 2006 regarding St. Luke School of Medicine and
online diplomas.
Articles are listed under Michaels and Curran in this
listing.
Age unknown. Issued Cease & Desist order from the
unlicensed practice of medicine. Administered
intravenous drugs and saline solution to patient. Also
ordered a controlled substance prescription without
a doctor‟s script.
Age 35. Lee stated he was a physician, having
graduated from Johns Hopkins. He practiced as
physician and wrote prescriptions. Lee signed
consent order 09/14/2004.
Age 42. Allowed her husband, Barry Lichtenthal to
pose as doctor and dispense drugs under her name.
She was charged with larceny & fraud with pending
arraignment Jan 20.
Age 42. Leedom‟s medical license was suspended
for allowing patients to believe her husband, Barry
Lichtenthal was a physician.
Lemoine was to be arraigned 10/23/2006, charged
with practicing medicine without a license. He ran a
laser center & spa.
Age 28. Pleaded no contest to misdemeanor charge
of illegally prescribing drugs while working as
unlicensed doctor at LA clinic. Sentenced to 45 days
in jail or a work crew, paid a fine and 3 years
probation.
Age 69. Levine is on trial for allegedly tending to
patients without a license after losing his license to
practice medicine.
Age 58. Arrested for sexual assault and fraud after
several patients claimed Lichtenthal had conducted
bizarre sexual acts on them. He was practicing
under his wife‟s license.
Age 59. Lichtenthal was sentenced to 10 years,
suspended after 5 years. He is also required to pay
$6,000 restitution and register as a sex offender.
Lange, Marijo
08/16/2005
IA Board of Medicine and
Surgery
IA
Lee, William H
09/14/2004
MD Board of Physicians
MD
Leedom, Liane. See Also
Lichtenthal, Barry
01/08/2004
Associated Press
CT
Leedom, Liane. See Also
Lichtenthal, Barry
03/27/2004
Associated Press
CT
Lemoine, Jeff
10/28/2006
San Luis Obispo Tribune
CA
Leiva, Marile Garcia
05/08/1998
City News Service
CA
Levine, Benjamin
10/20/2009
Daily Record (Morristown,
NJ)
Associated Press
NJ
Lichtenthal, Barry. See Also
Leedom, Liane
01/08/2004
CT
Lichtenthal, Barry. See Also
Leedom, Liane
03/27/2004
Associated Press
CT
Litwin, Adam
04/08/2000
Los Angeles Times
CA
Age 27. Posed as doctor at UCLA hospital from Jan.
to June 1999.
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NAME
Logue, Christian
ARTICLE
DATE
04/13/2005
ARTICLE SOURCE
Daily News of Los
Angeles
STATE/
COUNTRY
CA
DESCRIPTION
Age 43. After claiming to cure cancer and diabetes.
Logue was charged 10 felony counts including
“practicing medicine without a license”. He had
been impersonating a doctor for about a year in
Tarzana.
Age unknown. Used pyramids and herbs; told
diabetic child to stop insulin.
Age unknown. May be brought up on charges of
aiding & abetting the unlicensed practice of medicine
for allowing Noe Alonzo Villalobos to allegedly
practice medicine without a license and dispense
drugs from his clinic in Santa Ana, CA.
Age 41. Former doctor arrested in Miami and
extradited to New York for performing surgery
without a license in Manhattan, Queens & New
Jersey. Lopez a former pathologist turned plastic
surgeon, had his medical license revoked in 2003
after a liposuction patient died and another suffered
life threatening complications.
A medical malpractice suit, against Lopez was
amended to include his wife, Diana Figueroa and
brother, Wilson Lopez, who were acting as his
“medical assistants”, has been filed in NY Supreme
Court. According to a patient Lopez‟s brother gave a
pill before the surgery and his wife completed the
surgery.
Lortie, Louise
05/14/1997
Ottawa Citizen
Canada
Lockhart, Alonzo See also
Villalobos, Noe Alonzo
07/23/2002
City News Service
CA
Lopez, Jose also Diana
Figueroa & Wilson Lopez
05/26/2004
New York Post
NY
Lopez, Jose also Diana
Figueroa & Wilson Lopez
05/26/2004
Newsday
NY
Lopez, Wilson
See Lopez Jose
Lung, Roy Chi
04/01/2009
Medical Board of
California News Release
CA
Age unknown. The Med Bd of CA revoked Lung‟s
license 02/27/2009, effective 03/30/2009. The initial
suspension was filed after an investigation into two
deaths came to the boards attention. He was initially
ordered not to not practice or attempt to practice
any aspect of medicine. Lung then violated the
suspension of 01/30/2008, adding two amendments
to the suspension, dated 2/14/2008 & 02/21/2008.
He then violated the suspension again when he
submitted a renewal application for DEA registration.
Age unknown. Cease & desist order for unlicensed
practice of medicine. Lutz owned a store in which
she would use a machine to decide if person needed
homeopathic substances and made determination as
to whether the homeopathic substances would be
compatible with prescribed medicines.
Lutz, Kim
10/20/2004
NE Board of Medicine &
Surgery
NE
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NAME
Luu Thuan Moc
See also Quang, Nguyen Nhu,
Ly, Minh and
Trinh, Julie Thuy-Huong
ARTICLE
DATE
11/21/2003
ARTICLE SOURCE
healthwatcher.net
STATE/
COUNTRY
CA
DESCRIPTION
Age 40. License chiropractor and podiatrist. Allegedly
allowed Quang to perform surgery in his office.
Ly, Minh
See also Quang, Nguyen Nhu,
Luu Thuan Moc
and
Trinh, Julie Thuy-Huong
11/21/2003
healthwatcher.net
CA
Age 58. Cosmotologist who referred woman to
Quang. The woman saw the ad for Ly‟s beauty salon
in a Vietnamese newspaper; while there inquired
about a mole removal and breast implant surgery
mentioned in the ad.
Luzuiaga, Marco
02/25/1998
Los Angeles Times
CA
Age unknown. Recruited CA patients to Tijuana clinic
for discount liposuction.
Age 36. Pleaded not guilty to posing as a physician
and fondling 3 female patients.
Age 71, used "electronic homeopathic device" with
wires, switches and antenna.
Age 35. Main, a nurse, was arrested on charges that
he posed as a physician to defraud two women.
Mabry, Reginald Lynn
01/08/2000
The Press-Enterprise
(Riverside, CA)
Ledger. Lakeland FL
CA
MacBrien, Robert John
03/12/1997
FL
Main, David Lee
04/30/2008
Tampa Tribune
FL
Makowski, Zbingniew. See also
Nguyen Ha.
09/05/2007
San Jose Mercury News
CA
Age 62. Nyuyen & Makowski were arrested for
practicing medicine without a license. Nine people
complained they received disfiguring plastic
surgeries from them.
Age 52. Posed as doctor that could heal an injured
knee. She provided the man physical therapy and
gave him medicine for the swelling. She also brought
up the question of citizenship, telling him should
could get him citizenship papers quickly. Meija posed
as ICE agent. Marin has been charged with
operating a medical practice without a valid license.
Four other illegal immigrants fell prey to the scam.
Age 53. Charged with posing as a doctor at a plastic
surgery clinic and fondling several patients. He was
also charged with grand theft after taking money
from a patient for plastic surgery he never
performed.
Marin, Erlinda
Also:
Rivera, Sandra Marin
Meija, Robert Fred
04/30/2010
The Washington
Examiner
DC
Mataluna, Victor Javier
02/02/2001
Los Angeles Times
CA
Marquez, Claudio
07/27/2002
New York Times
Long Island, NY Age 45. Accused of impersonating a doctor after
performing liposuction and cosmetic surgery. He
"practiced" at a spa.
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NAME
Martinez, Juan
ARTICLE
DATE
06/06/1997
ARTICLE SOURCE
St. Petersburg Times
STATE/
COUNTRY
FL
DESCRIPTION
Age 38, Arrested in his father's (Juan Martinez-
Estevez) medical office for posing as a physician. He
was charged with 407 counts of fraud in obtaining
and dispensing drugs and practicing medicine
without a license. Earlier in 1997 he had been
suspended from practicing as a physician‟s assistant
because he had not taken the PA examination.
Maslonka, Kevin
10/29/2004
NE Board of Medicine &
Surgery
NE
Age unknown. Maslonka said he was a doctor & self
prescribed controlled substances for pain. NE Bd of
Medicine ordered him to cease & desist holding
himself as a physician and practicing medicine until
he received a medical license.
Age 53. Posed as doctor at a pediatrics and a plastic
surgery clinic. He also fondled several female
patients.
Maus was ordered to pay $15,000 for practicing
medicine without a license for holding herself to be a
naturopathic physician.
Age 34. Med school grad, posed as doctor in ER,
used wife's MD license.
Age 28. See Erlinda Marin.
Mateluna, Victor Javier
02/02/2001
Los Angeles Times
CA
Maus, Janet
09/13/2004
MD Board of Physicians
MD
McNamee, Timothy C.
See Also Patricia Zambelli
Meija, Robert Fred
See
Marin, Erlinda
Rivera, Sandra
Meyers, Alan M
03/26/1998
Associated Press Online
NY
04/30/2010
The Washington
Examiner
Los Angeles Times
DC
05/19/2000
OR
Age unknown. Fired from Costa Mesa, CA senior
center after background check found he had
embezzled from a Klamath Falls, OR health agency.
Impersonated at least two psychologists and
attempted to murder one of them, used other
names.
Age 35. In October a grand jury indicted him on the
charge of practicing medicine without a license. He
stated he was a cardiothoracic surgeon, trained at
Johns Hopkins. At the same time as the grand jury
hearing, he was in Kentucky as a 4th yr med
student. After the media wrote about Michael, the
Central Baptist Hospital in Lexington dismissed him.
Michael, Andrew Elias
12/08/2003
Las Vegas Review-Journal
NV
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NAME
Michael, Andrew Elias
ARTICLE
DATE
08/22/2005
ARTICLE SOURCE
STATE/
COUNTRY
NV
DESCRIPTION
Michael was sentenced to four months in the Clark
County Detention Center along with four years of
intensive supervised probation. He plead guilty to 1
felony count of practicing medicine without a license.
Michael really received a bachelor's degree from the
now-defunct Hamilton University, an on-line school
based in Wyoming. And he was enrolled in Saint
Luke's School of Medicine, a correspondence medical
school based in Liberia, Africa that has since been
shut down by African authorities.
Age 38. About the same time that Nevada was
inquiring about Michael, he was Kentucky becoming
a student at an Internet medical school promoted by
Stephen Arnett. Arnett arranged for Michael‟s
placement with Lexington doctors. There is no
evidence that he did anything improper.
Michael pleaded guilty to one count of practicing
medicine without a license. He served six months
and was sentenced to four years of supervised
probation.
In August 2006 Michael violated his probation and
charged in federal court in Las Vegas with bank
fraud and other charges. He is currently in a Las
Vegas jail awaiting an October 16th trial date.
This article also discusses Larry Lammers, who also
attempted to go to the same Internet school, St
Lukes.
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document
Michael, Andrew Elias
10/02/2006
The Lexington Herald
Leader
KY
Miller, Betty
12/20/2004
Colorado Medical Board
CO
Age unknown. She consulted with an undercover
investigator in her home office, suggesting that she
wanted clients to stop using prescription
medications, recommending herbal supplements.
The Colorado Medical Board “permanently and
perpetually enjoined” Betty Miller from ever
practicing medicine in Colorado.
Age 73. Gave medical advice and services from 2
medical offices. He is charged with practicing
medicine without a license, insurance fraud and
grand theft. In 1996 he had been charged with the
same offense but did not spend any time in jail. He
said he had a Cuban medical license, however he
failed the ECFMG exam.
In 1993 he plead guilty to wire fraud and was placed
on probation for 5 years. He was also charged with
false information to obtain a social security card. He
was attempting to get a medical license under the
name of Carl Anderson, a licensed doctor, using
Anderson‟s credentials as his. In 1994 the MN Bd of
Med Practice revoked his medical license. More
information is available from the Federation Board
Action Databank.
Age unknown. Posed as doctor at a storefront clinic.
Arrested for murder when a 13-month old patient
died.
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Mizrahi, Jose
07/27/2001
Miami Herald
FL
Molstad, Brian Rolf
AKA Carl Anderson
04/29/2004
N/A
MN
Moreno, Gamalel
05/03/1998
Los Angeles Times
CA
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NAME
Murciano, Isaac
ARTICLE
DATE
07/01/2001
ARTICLE SOURCE
Miami Herald
STATE/
COUNTRY
FL
DESCRIPTION
Age 57. Faces 15 charges, including practicing
medicine without a license. Posed as a cardiologist.
Originally from Venezuela.
Age 48. Arrested, along with Jaime Navarrete after a
three month investigation into their unlicensed
medical practice. Officers also found illegal drugs
that had evidently been brought to California from
Mexico. They remain in jail while the police and
other governmental agencies investigate the
brothers.
Age 58. Arrested, along with Francisco Navarrete
after a three month investigation into their
unlicensed medical practice. Officers also found
illegal drugs that had evidently been brought to
California from Mexico. They remain in jail while the
police and other governmental agencies investigate
the brothers.
Age 40. Order to Cease & Desist Unlicensed Practice
of Medicine. He was identifying himself as a
physician however he is not licensed in Nebraska.
Navarrete, Francisco
07/10/2007
The Californian
CA
Navarrete, Jaime
07/10/2007
The Californian
CA
Nessetti, Matthew
11/04/2005
Dept of Health and
Human Services,
Credentialing Div.
NE
Nguyen Ha. See also
Makowski, Zbingniew
09/05/2007
San Jose Mercury News
CA
Age 48. Nyuyen & Makowski were arrested for
practicing medicine without a license. Nine people
complained they received disfiguring plastic
surgeries from them.
Nicholson is not a registered physicians or medical
corporation however engaged in the practice of
medicine through company HERBS R US. Order to
Cease & Desist.
Noble thought not licensed as physician and surgeon
performed radiation therapy, follow up
evaluation/care, other diagnostic exams and medical
treatments, and collected fees for services above. He
is to Cease and Desist above services until he has
complied with provisions of Illinois MPA.
Age unknown. Order to Cease & Desist Unlicensed
Practice of Medicine for providing the prescription
drug oxygen to the public without a prescription.
Nicholson, Beverly
Also, HERBS R US
01/22/2003
IL Dept of Prof. Reg.
IL
Noble, Ronald
02/25/2003
IL Dept of Prof. Reg.
IL
Norris, Drew
11/04/2005
Dept of Health and
Human Services,
Credentialing Div.
NE
Northam, Kellie
08/26/2003
Board of Medicine &
Surgery, Nebraska
NE
Order to Cease and Desist unlicensed practice of
medicine for practicing midwifery in home births in
Nebraska. Practicing midwifery is illegal in Nebraska
& constitutes the practice of medicine without a
license.
Federation of State Medical Boards Library
23
NAME
Nosovsky, Gregoria
ARTICLE
DATE
05/03/2005
ARTICLE SOURCE
The Miami Herald
STATE/
COUNTRY
FL
DESCRIPTION
Age 58. Sheriff‟s detectives and FL Dept of Health
investigators rearrested an unlicensed plastic
surgeon after 35 new victims claimed he
permanently disfigured them. On April 12th he was
charged with practicing healthcare without an active
state license causing great bodily harm & released
on bond. He advertised in various mediums
including an advertisement on Spanish TV.
Age 41. Charged with 2 counts of engaging in
diagnosis without a license and practicing medicine
under an assumed name and forgery. Arrested with
Asonye, Admodi and Brown.

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Re: Warnung vor Hochstaplern!
« Reply #1 on: March 27, 2011, 11:58:56 AM »

Solche Warnungen sollte es auch in Deutschland geben.
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