Florida psychiatrist Mohammed Saleh fined over controlled substances
May 31, 2013
On April 24, 2013, the Florida Board of Medicine imposed a $5,000 fine on psychiatrist Mohammed Saleh and placed his license on probation for one year with terms and conditions.
The Board’s document states that Saleh was convicted November 21, 2011 in the state of Nevada of conspiracy to commit unlawful dispensing of controlled substances.
Nevada’s criminal charges against him indicate that he was dispensing controlled substances without a valid controlled substances license issued by the Nevada State Board of Pharmacy.
Additionally, Saleh failed to update his Florida practitioner profile in a timely manner to reflect his criminal conviction.
He also failed to report his conviction to the Florida Board within 30 days, as required.
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