US Medicaid program excludes psychiatrist Gregory Dill after loss of license linked to meth use
June 22, 2012
On March 20, 2012, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of Inspector General excluded psychiatrist Gregory Dill from participation in federally funded health care programs, such as Medicaid, due to having had his professional license suspended or revoked.
According to a Consent Order issued by the North Carolina Medical Board, Dill voluntarily surrendered his license to the Board on January 18, 2011 after admitting to the use of methamphetamine and that his “use and abuse of illicit substances constitutes his being unable to practice medicine with reasonable skill and safety….”
The Board officially suspended his license indefinitely on April 11, 2011.
Source: Consent Order in re: Gregory Oran Dill, M.D., Respondent, Before the North Carolina Medical Board.
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