A Kentucky appellate court held October 9 that the state medical board was not required to provide an evidentiary hearing for a physician whose license the board restricted for his failure to undergo a board-ordered clinical assessment after not practicing medicine for two years as the result of pending criminal and disciplinary cases against him.
In 2010, a person with whom physician Paul Brooks had a romantic relationship, referred to by the court as K.S., died of a drug overdose. Following . . .