Anesthesiologist agrees to permanent retirement after alleged wrongdoing

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Anesthesiologist Neil Ross, MD, was reprimanded by the New Jersey Board of Medical Examiners for allegedly conducting improper examinations when treating family and friends, Patch reports.

Dr. Ross was accused of providing medical care to family and friends without maintaining medical records or checking whether they were prescribed controlled substances by other providers. The Summit, N.J.-based anesthesiologist also allegedly failed to maintain medical malpractice insurance.

To avoid a hearing, Dr. Ross agreed to surrender his New Jersey medical license and permanently retire from practice effective Jan. 23. He's also required to transfer his patients in an orderly manner, destroy his prescription blanks and decline to receive fees from other professionals.

 

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