Kentucky suspends Harlan doctor over staff prescriptions
A doctor practicing at Harlan ARH Hospital has been suspended by the Kentucky Board of Medical Licensure after receiving an anonymous tip he was prescribing diet pills to the nursing staff.
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#2 Aug 31, 2014
That is what I was wondering. He gave them the pills but he didn't make them take them. And when you go there all the staff treat you like you are only there to get pills guess they are afraid someone will get their stash. But really what about the nurses what they did was illegal to
#3 Aug 31, 2014
I also think that the staff should have gotten in trouble. They knew it wasn't right. But it does say that they were interviewed about it. My guess is that for them telling what the doctor was doing, they wouldn't get in trouble. So they pretty much was "ratting" on him. Regardless, they should have got in some kind of trouble too. I think it's funny how this doctor was illegally writing these pills, but when you go to the ER, they want to act like you're a junky. News flash, not everyone in Harlan is on drugs. They need to realize this and start acting like doctors instead of judges.
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