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Regulators Suspend Salina Doctor's Licenses

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State regulators had to suspend a Salina doctor's license, based on problems with his license in Mississippi, while another doctor has had his licenses to practice medicine and prescribe controlled substances reinstated with full privileges.---

According to the Utah Division of Occupational Licensing's most recent disciplinary newsletter, Doctor Kerry Blackham, of Salina, had his license suspended until he is able to “obtain a fitness of duty letter based on evaluations conducted at Pine Grove in Mississippi.”

Another doctor, Michael Scott Roundy, had his licenses placed on probation in 2010 for having a romantic relationship with a patient that he also prescribed controlled substances to. Roundy has now completed probation, and as of July 18, 2003, has had his full licenses and privileges reinstated.

To see if your doctor has been disciplined by the state since 2000 or to browse through the actions taken against all Utah doctors since 2000, visit CityWeekly.net/Doctors

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