Psychiatrist Michael Anthony, D.O., has license revoked in Massachusetts, suspended in Connecticut over sex with patient, more
July 20, 2011
On May 17, 2011, the Connecticut Medical Examining Board issued an Interim Consent Order, suspending the license of psychiatrist Michael Anthony, D.O. “until such time as this petition is resolved.”
According to the document, the action was taken after the Connecticut Department of Health “received information regarding [Anthony’s] revocation of his Massachusetts license to practice medicine.” An April 20, 2011 press release from the Massachusetts Board of Registration in Medicine states that the Massachusetts Board revoked Anthony’s license because Anthony “practiced medicine while impaired, had an inappropriate sexual relationship with a patient and committed breaches of confidentiality.” Further, it states that he entered into a voluntary agreement not to practice in 2008.
Source: "State Board of Medicine Takes Disciplinary Action," press release of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Board of Registration in Medicine, April 20, 2011 and Interim Consent Order in re: Michael Anthony, D.O., Petition No. 2011-482, State of Connecticut Department of Public Health.
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