A surgeon working in West Africa’s Sierra Leone has been diagnosed with Ebola and will be flown to the United States for treatment on Saturday, according to a person in the federal government with direct knowledge of the case.
The inspector general of Maryland’s public health agency is blasting the state medical board’s decision to license a doctor in 1996 despite his conviction for raping a Florida woman at gunpoint 10 years earlier.
Maryland doctors would undergo criminal background checks and be continuously monitored under legislation the state medical licensing board plans to propose next year.
An American doctor who was exposed to the Ebola virus while volunteering in Sierra Leone was admitted Sunday to a hospital at the National Institutes of Health near the nation’s capital.
A suspended physician from western Maryland is due in court in Cumberland for a status hearing on charges he molested a female patient.
Shocking new information is released involving the Johns Hopkins doctor secretly filming his patients.
A woman who says she was molested by a doctor at a western Maryland walk-in clinic in April was astonished when she learned after contacting police that the man had served prison time for a 1987 Florida rape conviction, her lawyer said Tuesday.
A doctor convicted of raping a Florida woman at gunpoint in 1986 had his medical license in Maryland suspended Thursday after two women patients complained he molested them at a walk-in clinic this year.
A western Maryland physician charged with sexually assaulting a patient at a walk-in clinic in LaVale last month served more than 3 1/2 years in prison for raping a Florida woman at gunpoint in 1986, public records show.
A commentary in the Journal Of The American Medical Association says it’s time to say goodbye to the handshake greeting in a health care setting.
A Baltimore doctor is facing an intense investigation after charges he inappropriately touched one of his patients.
A year-long criminal investigation into the Johns Hopkins gynecologist accused of recording patients during exams comes to an end.