Delaware's Medical Board Asked to Reconsider Physician's License Suspension

Delaware's Board of Medical Licensure and Discipline has been asked to change its disciplinary measures for Frederick Gooding, Sr., MD, according to a local ABC news release.

 

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Dr. Gooding's medical license was suspended late last year for six months after one of his patients died after receiving a pain injection. He has also been barred from administering cervical block injections. The news report did not include details on who exactly filed a motion to change Dr. Gooding's probationary terms.

Read the news report about Dr. Frederick Gooding.

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