Was Dr. Mihaescu using narcotics to treat herself, resulting in her disheveled appearance and chaotic office? Did she incorrectly prescribe controlled dangerous narcotics to anyone?
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HEROIN HIGHWAY TO HELL – Junkie Doctors / Chief of Staff at VA Hospital Daniel Bochicchio pleaded guilty to stealing fentanyl from facility; faces four years in prison
HEROIN HIGHWAY TO HELL – Junkie Doctors / Chief of Staff at VA Hospital Daniel Bochicchio pleaded guilty to stealing fentanyl from facility; faces four years in prison MONKTON, MD….
HEROIN HIGHWAY TO HELL / When your doctor is a junkie; Dr. Mickey O. Mills suspended as physician after dropping out of rehab
The investigation determined that Dr. Mills was behaving “erratically and unprofessionally while seeing patients. Specifically, Dr. Mills was observed to fall asleep during patient visits.”
Heroin Highway to Hell: OPIOID EPIDEMIC & FATAL OVERDOSES START WITH PILL MILL DOCS / Dr. William “Skip” Vaughn’s Medical License Yanked Forever; Ran Pill Mill in High Rent Potomac
From 2010, until he was busted in 2017, the Maryland Board didn’t reveal how many prescriptions he wrote to waitresses and bartenders in Hooters or provided prescriptions to others when he failed to maintain medical records or give proper examinations.
WENDIE’S HOUSE OF HORRORS / Holland Manor Assisted Living operator surrenders medical license after elderly facility residents were exposed to abuse, neglect, theft by staff
Following an investigation by the Maryland Health Care into the Holland Manor Assisted Living Facility on Landrake Road in Towson, the long-time owner and operator surrendered her license to practice medicine on Jan. 9, 2018, as the regulators and Attorney General were closing in on her house of horrors.
MURDER USA: Dr. Kofi Shaw Taylor and Dr. Hasan H. Babaturk Hit with Pill Mill Indictments; AG says two patients died
Eighty-nine percent of all intoxication deaths that occurred in Maryland in 2016 were opioid-related. Opioid-related deaths include deaths related to heroin, prescription opioids, and non-pharmaceutical fentanyl. The number of opioid-related deaths increased by 70% between 2015 and 2016 and has nearly quadrupled since 2010