News Stream

“Psychosexual evaluation” order against licensee was unreasonable

An Arizona appeals court upheld the license revocation of a doctor accused of sexually abusing his patients, despite throwing out one of the bases of the board’s discipline—that the doctor failed to undergo a required psychosexual evaluation—as arbitrary and capricious under the particular circumstances of the case (Ogbonnaya v. Arizona Medical Board).

An Arizona appeals court upheld the license revocation of a doctor accused of sexually abusing his patients, despite throwing out one of the bases of the board’s discipline—that the doctor failed to undergo a required psychosexual evaluation—as arbitrary and capricious under the particular circumstances of the case (Ogbonnaya v. Arizona Medical Board).

To read more, please subscribe.