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SLC Doc Disciplined for Sexual Involvement with Patients

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In December, one doctor had his licenses reinstated while a new doctor was added to City Weekly’s discipline database for being sexually involved with patients he was prescribing drugs for.---

According to the Utah Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing, Dr. Larry Glen Andrew of Provo completed probation and had his licenses to practice medicine and administer controlled substances fully reinstated.

Meanwhile, Salt Lake City doctor James Allen Miller voluntarily surrendered his licenses after being found to have engaged in unlawful conduct including sexual involvement with patients he was prescribing drugs to and not keeping adequate patient records. Miller may not reapply for licensure until five years after the completion of his probation. To find out if your doctor has been disciplined by the state or to browse doctor-discipline records going back to 2000, visit cityweekly.net/doctors