California medical board revokes license of Nebraska psychiatrist Reynaldo de Los Angeles

July 20, 2011

On July 1, 2011, the Medical Board of California revoked the license of psychiatrist Reynaldo de Los Angeles. 

According to exhibits contained in the California Board’s order, in July 2010, de Los Angeles, who lives and practices in Kearney, Nebraska, was fined $5,000 by the Nebraska Medical Board for controlled substance violations, including: failing to keep a record of controlled substances which were received by him, administered by him and used by him; failing to maintain controlled substances purchased under his DEA permit at a controlled location; failing to conform to the ethics of the medical profession and committing unprofessional conduct by appropriating Provigil (a controlled substance) for his own use, without a proper prescription.

Source: Default Decision and Order in the Matter of the Accusation Against Reynaldo A. de Los Angeles, M.D., license no. A35904, Case No. 16-2010-209420, Before the Medical Board of California.


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