lobelsteve

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10+ Year Member
May 30, 2005
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Canton GA
www.stevenlobel.com
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pastafan

Interventional Pain Physician
7+ Year Member
Nov 11, 2012
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Dr. Timothy Morley's medical license was suspended following the discovery of a series of inappropriate infection control practices and concerns regarding the preservation, preparation, handling and administration of medication.The order to immediately cease operation - prior to a hearing – was issued out of concern that further lapses in infection control practices could put additional patients at risk. Dr. Morley also failed to produce relevant records or information requested by state and local health departments, within one day, as required under Public Health and Education Law.A hearing before the State Board for Professional Medical Conduct is scheduled for September 19, 2017.

From his website: He is board certified in Functional, Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine as well as Pain Management.
 

NJPAIN

7+ Year Member
Nov 28, 2011
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New Jersey
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A few years ago I reviewed a case in which a pain doc gave several patients hep c by using the same needle to inject local on multiple patients. I believe his license was suspended. Shortly thereafter his name started appearing on letters of denial from a major insurance company. He had become their medical director.

This guy has a bright future


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Flaxmoore

StealthDoc
10+ Year Member
Jun 11, 2007
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Trapped in a Skinner box. Help.
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Attending Physician
A few years ago I reviewed a case in which a pain doc gave several patients hep c by using the same needle to inject local on multiple patients. I believe his license was suspended. Shortly thereafter his name started appearing on letters of denial from a major insurance company. He had become their medical director.

This guy has a bright future


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My god, seriously? I thought it was bad when a patient's attorney researched an independent evaluator (I work for an auto-accident heavy clinic) and found he'd lost his license twice in TX for opiate addiction. Apparently OH didn't do a thorough enough background check, but that attorney made sure they knew.
 

NJPAIN

7+ Year Member
Nov 28, 2011
1,742
724
New Jersey
Status
Attending Physician
A few years ago I reviewed a case in which a pain doc gave several patients hep c by using the same needle to inject local on multiple patients. I believe his license was suspended. Shortly thereafter his name started appearing on letters of denial from a major insurance company. He had become their medical director.
My god, seriously? I thought it was bad when a patient's attorney researched an independent evaluator (I work for an auto-accident heavy clinic) and found he'd lost his license twice in TX for opiate addiction. Apparently OH didn't do a thorough enough background check, but that attorney made sure they knew.

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This guy was such a hack that he had no clue that using the same needle between patients was a problem. When they linked the Hep c cases to his clinic the health department sent investigators. They observed him using the same needle between patients while they were there.
 
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