California issues charges against psychiatrist based on drug-related discipline taken on him in Nebraska
November 18, 2010
On October 279, 2010, the Medical Board of California issued an Accusation against psychiatrist Reynaldo A. De Los Angeles based on disciplinary action taken against him by the state of Nebraska medical licensing authority.
On or about July 13, 2010, the Department of Health and Human Services of the State of Nebraska, issued an Order on Agreed Settlement against De Los Angeles, resulting in a $5,000 fine and a restriction on his license prohibiting him from keeping controlled substances on the premises of his medical practice.
The Nebraska Board found that De Los Angeles had failed to keep a records of controlled substances which were received by him, administered by him and used by him; failed to maintain controlled substances purchased under his DEA permit at a controlled location; failed to conform to the ethics of the medical profession and committed unprofessional conduct by appropriating the controlled stimulant drugs Provigil for his own use without a proper prescription.
Source: Accusation in the Matter of the Accusation Against Reynaldo A. De Los Angeles, license no. A35904, case no. 16-2010-209420, Medical Board of California.
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