California psychiatrist accused of 'groping' a patient

August 2, 2017

Leon Fajerman, a psychiatrist in California, has had his license suspended by an administrative law judge who said the doctor is a danger "to public health, safety, and welfare."

Fajerman has been accused of groping and having sexual contact with a female patient.  The woman reportedly told Fajerman what he did was "not right and she needed to leave". According to the document, Fajerman told the patient to "return next week, when no one was in the office in order to have sex."

The administrative law judge heard the evidence July 27 and issued the interim suspension order the next day. Another hearing related to the suspension order is scheduled for Aug. 14, at the state office of administrative hearings. 

SOURCE: Paul Krueger, "Local Doctor Accused of 'Groping' Female Patient," NBC 7 Investigates, 31 Jul 2017,


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