Massachusetts psychiatrist Raymond Kam suspended; failled to report suspected child abuse
July 31, 2013
On May 8, 2013, The Massachusetts State Board of Medicine indefinitely suspended the license of psychiatrist Raymond W. Kam, finding that he engaged in conduct that places into question his competence to practice medicine, and that he failed to notify the Department of Children and Families (DCF) that he had reasonable cause to believe a child was suffering injury resulting from abuse. The suspension may be stayed upon his entry into a 5-year Probation Agreement after two years retroactive to June 25, 2012, when he entered into a Voluntary Agreement Not to Practice with the Board. Dr. Kam will be required to undergo a clinical skills assessment.
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