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Texas Medical Board Disciplines 58 Physicians in February

At its February 9-10, 2012 meeting, the Texas Medical Board disciplined 58 physicians and issued two cease and desist orders.

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DISCIPLINARY ACTIONS

REVOCATION

Stogre, Rosemary Ann, M.D., Lic. No. F0771, Houston
On February 10, 2012, the Board entered a Default Order regarding Rosemary Ann Stogre, M.D., revoking her Texas physician license and resolving Formal Complaint No. 503-12-1512 filed against her by the Board at the State Office of Administrative Hearings. The complaint stated that Dr. Stogre continued to prescribe controlled substances after surrendering her DEA and DPS controlled substance prescribing privileges, and that she prescribed controlled substances to a patient without medical need and that patient died as a result of misuse of controlled substances, some of them prescribed by Dr. Stogre. Because Dr. Stogre did not respond in any form to the Formal Complaint, the allegations are deemed true.

VOLUNTARY SURRENDER

Connolly, Jule Tom, M.D., Lic. No. C6899, Austin
On February 10, 2012, the Board and Jule Tom Connolly, M.D., entered into an Agreed Order of Voluntary Surrender in which Dr. Connolly agreed to immediately cease practice in Texas and voluntarily surrender his license in lieu of further disciplinary proceedings. The Board found Dr. Connolly non-therapeutically prescribed drugs and engaged in unprofessional conduct likely to injure the public.

Genovese, Robert J., M.D., Lic. No. E5522, Edinburg
On February 10, 2012, the Board and Robert J. Genovese, M.D., entered into an Agreed Order of Voluntary Surrender in which Dr. Genovese agreed to immediately cease practice in Texas and voluntarily surrender his license in lieu of further disciplinary proceedings. The Board found Dr. Genovese failed to treat a patient according to the generally accepted standard of care.

Heistand, Michael, M.D., Lic. No. D8263, San Antonio
On February 10, 2012, the Board and Michael Heistand, M.D., entered into an Agreed Order of Voluntary Surrender in which Dr. Heistand agreed to immediately cease practice in Texas and voluntarily surrender his license in lieu of further disciplinary proceedings. The Board found Dr. Heistand failed to use proper diligence in his professional practice.

Reddick, Sybil Rochelle, M.D., Lic. No. J9294, Dallas
On February 10, 2012, the Board and Sybil Rochelle Reddick, M.D., entered into an Agreed Order of Voluntary Surrender requiring Dr. Reddick to immediately cease practice in Texas and permanently surrender her license. The basis for action was the Board’s investigation into Dr. Reddick’s nontherapeutic prescribing for one patient and Dr. Reddick’s desire to surrender her license in lieu of further disciplinary proceedings.

Taliaferro, Sharon Melissa, M.D., Lic. No. G0185,
On February 10, 2012, the Board and Sharon Melissa Taliaferro, M.D., entered into an Agreed Voluntary Surrender Order in which Dr. Taliaferro surrendered her Texas medical license in lieu of further disciplinary proceedings. Dr. Taliaferro, who is also licensed in Arkansas, entered into an order with the Arkansas State Medical Board agreeing to cease and desist from administering dimethyl sulfoxide intravenously to patients and refrain from doing so until such treatment is approved by the Food and Drug Administration.

Tang, Annie Jia, M.D., Permit No. BP20038123, Houston
On February 10, 2012, the Board and Annie Jia Tang, M.D., entered into an Agreed Voluntary Surrender Order in which Dr. Tang voluntarily surrendered her physician-in-training permit due to her desire to leave Texas. The Board found that Dr. Tang’s residency program chose not to renew her residency contract due to Dr. Tang’s medical condition. Dr. Tang’s physician found her competent to practice medicine, but Dr. Tang chose not to appeal the residency program’s decision. There were no allegations of malpractice or misconduct by Dr. Tang.

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