Pennsylvania revokes psychiatrist James Stanch’s license following drug conviction
July 31, 2007
On July 31, 2007 the Pennsylvania Department of State revoked psychiatrist James M. Stanch’s license based on his June 30, 2006 in federal court for distribution and possession of a Schedule II controlled substance, for which he was sentenced to 57 months imprisonment. Additionally, Dr. Stanch surrendered his medical license in New Jersey in November 2006.1
1 “Cases Against Doctors” web page, Web site of U.S. Department of Justice Drug Enforcement Administration Office of Diversion Control; Pennsylvania Department of State Health Licensing Boards Disciplinary Actions September 2007 and New Jersey Office of Attorney General Division of Consumer Affairs web site entry on James M. Stanch, M.D.
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