Psychiatrist Kulsoom Khan suspended in Nebraska; California board issues charges

May 10, 2012

On April 24, 2012, the Medical Board of California issued and Accusation against psychiatrist Kulsoom A. Khan, seeking to revoke or suspend her license or to take other disciplinary action against her.

According to the Board’s document, Khan, who resides in Cupertino, California, was suspended in October 2011 for 90 days by the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services.

The documents issued by the state of Nebraska state that Khan treated patient “S.F.” for several months in 2002 and again in 2006 and that Khan and her husband allowed the patient to live with them from 2007 through April 2008 and employed her as a nanny during early 2008.

Additionally, Khan and her husband arranged for the patient to have an attorney to help with her child custody matter and helped her handle her legal problems. They also paid for tutoring for the patient’s son.

Lastly, Khan admitted to the Nebraska Board’s investigator that she engaged in a physical relationship with the patient during the summer of 2007.

Source: Accusation in the Matter of the Accusation Against Kulsoom Alvi Khan, Certificate No. C52915, Case No. 16-2011-219705, Medical Board of California.


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