Jennifer Crouch said the Missouri medical licensing board let her doctor off with a “slap on the hand” after determining that he improperly gave her dozens of drugs and violated professional boundaries by starting a sexual relationship with her. Her complaint comes amid other concerns about whether the board is adequately protecting patients from problem doctors.
Jennifer Crouch said the Missouri medical licensing board let her doctor off with a “slap on the hand” after determining that he improperly gave her dozens of drugs and violated professional boundaries by starting a sexual relationship with her. Her complaint comes amid other concerns about whether the board is adequately protecting patients from problem doctors. Submitted photo.
Jennifer Crouch said the Missouri medical licensing board let her doctor off with a “slap on the hand” after determining that he improperly gave her dozens of drugs and violated professional boundaries by starting a sexual relationship with her. Her complaint comes amid other concerns about whether the board is adequately protecting patients from problem doctors. Submitted photo.

Doctor prescribed her 39 drugs and had sex with her. He could be back in business soon.

September 18, 2017 2:15 PM

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