Local Doctor Accused of Abusing Drugs and Alcohol

A San Diego doctor continues to treat patients despite the fact that he may lose his medical license for abusing alcohol and powerful narcotics, including Oxycodone. The emergency room doctor admitted to stealing another doctor’s prescription pad in order to write himself 5 prescriptions for Oxycodone and Endocet. However, the doctor’s lawyer stated he believes his client is not a threat to patients because he is no longer impaired and has completed a drug rehabilitation program. Furthermore, the article reported the doctor put his medical license at risk with a DUI conviction in 2011. According to the president of the local Medical Society, research has shown doctors have a higher rate of drug and alcohol abuse than the general public.

 

Ratings and Reviews

Top ContributorAward 2012Samuel Eugene Spital Samuel Eugene SpitalReviewsout of 207 reviews
10.0Samuel Eugene Spital Samuel Eugene SpitalClients’ ChoiceAward 2020 Clients Choice Winner, 2007 to 2019 in Administrative Law Clients Choice Winner, 2007 to 2019 in Litigation avvo rated 10/10 in Federal Crime Law avvo rated 10/10 in Administrative Law avvo rated 10/10 in Criminal Defense avvo rated 10/10 in Juvenile Law avvo rated 10/10 in Licensing avvo rated 10/10 in Personal Injury avvo rated 2012