1 1 MINUTES North Carolina Medical Board 1203 Front Street Raleigh, North Carolina
2 2 Minutes of the Open Sessions of the North Carolina Medical Board Meeting October 17-18, The, meeting of the North Carolina Medical Board was held at the Board's Office, 1203 Front Street, Raleigh, NC The meeting was called to order at 9:03 a.m., Wednesday, October 17, 2007, by H. Arthur McCulloch, MD President. Board members in attendance were: Janelle A. Rhyne, MD, President Elect; George L. Saunders, III, MD, Secretary; Ralph C. Loomis, MD, Treasurer; Donald E. Jablonski, DO; Thelma C. Lennon; John B. Lewis, Jr., LLB (October 17 via telecom at 3:30 p.m. and October 18); Robert C. Moffatt, MD, Michael E. Norins, MD; Peggy R. Robinson, PA-C; and Sarvesh Sathiraju, MD. Staff members present were: R. David Henderson, JD, Executive Director; Thomas W. Mansfield, JD, Legal Department Director; Brian Blankenship, Board Attorney; Marcus Jimison, JD, Board Attorney; Katherine Carpenter, JD, Board Attorney; Todd Brosius, JD, Board Attorney; Ms. Wanda Long, Legal Assistant; Ms. Lynne Edwards, Legal Assistant; Ms. Cindy Harrison, Legal Assistant; Mr. Curtis Ellis, Investigative Department Director; Mr. Dale Breaden, Director of Public Affairs; Ms. Dena Konkel, Assistant Director, Public Affairs; Joy Cooke, Director Licensing Department; Ms. Lori King, Physician Extender Coordinator; Ms. Quanta Williams, Physician Extender Coordinator; Michael Sheppa, MD, Medical Director; Scott Kirby, MD, Assistant Medical Director; Ms. Judie Clark, Complaint Department Director; Mrs. Sharon Squibb-Denslow, Complaint Department Assistant; Ms. Sherry Hyder, Complaint Summary Coordinator; Ms. Carol Puryear, Malpractice/Medical Examiner Coordinator; Mr. Hari Gupta, Operations Department Director; Ms. Patricia Paulson, Registration Coordinator; Mrs. Janice Fowler, Operations Assistant; Mr. Peter Celentano, Comptroller; Ms. Donna Stoker, Receptionist; Ms. Barbara Gartside, Operations Assistant/Licensing Assistant; Mr. Donald Smelcer, Technology Department Director; and Mr. Jeffery Denton, Executive Assistant/Verification Coordinator. MISCELLANEOUS Presidential Remarks Dr. McCulloch commenced the meeting by reading from Governor Easley s Executive Order No. 1, the ethics awareness and conflict of interest reminder. No conflicts were reported. Fiscal Year 2008 Budget The Executive Committee approved the Fiscal Year 2008 budget at the September 2007 meeting at which time a copy of the budget was provided to Board Members for review and/or discussion. Motion: A motion passed that the Fiscal Year 2008 budget be approved as presented. Dr. Jablonski s Visit to Ireland Dr. Jablonski reported on his recent vacation to Ireland where he met with Dr. John Hiller, President of the Medical Council of Ireland. He also distributed copies of a report by the royal College of Surgeons in Ireland titled Managing Complaints about Doctors: Stakeholder Perspectives of the Role of the Medical Council in Ireland. Posting Malpractice Payment Reports Online
3 3 The new law requires the Board to post malpractice payment information online pursuant to rules approved by the Board. The Committee discussed several different options. It was agreed that members of the Executive Committee would meet with representatives of interested organizations during the next two months and report back to the full Board in November. (September 2007) The Board continues to meet with representatives of interested organizations. Ms. Robinson will meet with the North Carolina Academy of Physician Assistants; Dr. Saunders will meet with the Old North State Medical Society and Dr. Jablonski will meet with the North Carolina Osteopathic Medical Association. After these meetings rules will be drawn up at the November Board Meeting for a vote during the December Board Meeting. MINUTE APPROVAL Motion: A motion passed that the September 19-21, 2007, Board Minutes are approved as presented. ATTORNEY S REPORT HEARINGS Alford, Glen, MD Wilkesboro, NC Dr. Alford was charged with 6 counts of prescribing to close family members, requesting samples from a pharmaceutical company for personal use and self-prescribing Lisinopril. October 17, 2007 hearing was continued Dr. Alford was not represented by counsel. The Board was represented by Brian Blankenship Augustus, Carl Trent MD Dr. Augustus was charged with failure to comply with his Consent Order and with conversion of an insurance check from BCBS. October 17, 2007 hearing was continued to present a proposed Consent Order. Dr. Augustus is represented by Cressie Thigpen. The Board is represented by Marcus Jimison. 10/2007 BOARD ACTION: Accept proposed Consent Order Bahadori, Reza, MD Raleigh, NC Denial
4 4 Dr. Bahadori applied for reinstatement of his license after it was made inactive by the Board in April 2006 as a result of a Consent Order executed in January The Board denied Dr. Bahadori s application in November October 17, 2007 hearing continued to February Dr. Bahadori was represented by Mike Weddington. The Board was represented by Marcus Jimison. Balentine, Kerry, MD Shelby, NC Dr. Balentine was charged with unprofessional conduct for continuing to prescribe to a patient after the physician-patient relationship was terminated and improper billing. October 17, 2007 hearing continued. Dr. Balentine was represented by Jim Wilson The Board was represented by Marcus Jimison. Bowman, James Thomas MD Denial Dr. Bowman's application for reinstatement of his medical license was denied. The denial was based on his past history with the Board, the requirement of an intensive reentry period and possibly further training since he has not practiced medicine since 2002, his criminal history, and his probation violation in October 17, 2007 hearing was continued to February 20, 2008 Dr. Bowman was represented by Alan Schneider. The Board was represented by Katherine Carpenter. Bray, Anthony, MD Burlington, NC Dr. Bray was charged with failing to comply with his April 2006 Consent Order with the NC Board, specifically that he did not comply with the terms of the January 2006 DEA Memorandum of Agreement. October 17, 2007 hearing was continued. Dr. Bray was not represented by counsel. The Board was represented by Brian Blankenship. Clark, Richard, MD West Memphis, AR Out of State Dr. Clark was charged based on a Consent Order signed with the Arkansas Board restricting his practice to the prison system.
5 5 October 17, 2007 hearing was continued Dr. Clark was not represented by counsel. The Board was represented by Brian Blankenship. Collins, Paul, MD Pembroke, NC Dr. Collins was charged with violating his May 2007 Consent Order with the Board based on allegations of continued substance abuse. Dr. Collins has surrendered his medical license October 17, 2007 hearing was continued for the board to consider a proposed Consent Order Dr. Collins was represented by Mary Wells. The Board is represented by Marcus Jimison. 10/2007 BOARD ACTION: Reject proposed Consent Order Corley, Charles, MD Kennesaw, GA Out of State Dr. Corley was charged based on action taken by the Georgia Medical Board where Dr. Corley agreed not to practice medicine in Georgia without written approval based on charges issued against him for child molestation, enticing a child and sexual battery of a minor. October 17, 2007 hearing was continued for the Board to consider a proposed Consent Order Dr. Corley was represented by Page Pate. The Board was represented by Todd Brosius. 10/2007 BOARD ACTION: Accept proposed Consent Order Crummie, Robert Gwinn MD Rutherfordton, NC Dr. Crummie was charged with unprofessional conduct for a history of alcohol abuse. HEARING: October 18, Dr. Crummie was represented by Jim Wilson. The Board was represented by Marcus Jimison. 10/2007 BOARD ACTION: Phase I: 1. Did Dr. Crummie commit unprofessional conduct? Yes. 2. Was Dr. Crummie unable to practice medicine with reasonable skill and safety within the meaning of G.S (a)(5)? No.
6 6 Phase II: 6 month suspension; 5 months stayed; maintain a 5 years PHP contract to be in force within 30 days; abide by PHP recommendations in a timely manner; and informal interview in 4 months. (Timing to be negotiated by counsels and approved by the President) Dickson, Robert Trulock MD Kinston, NC Dr. Dickson was charged with unprofessional conduct for departure from or failure to conform to the standards of acceptable and prevailing medical practice with regard to 5 patients. October 17, 2007 hearing continued to February 20, 2008 Dr. Dickson is represented by Mike Weddington. The Board is represented by Marcus Jimison. Dubey, Subu, MD River Forest, IL Denial Dr. Dubey s application was denied based on his 2002 felony conviction. The Board revoked his medical license in March 2005, based on the felony conviction. Hearing held October 17, Dr. Dubey is not represented by counsel. The Board is represented by Katherine Carpenter. 10/2007 BOARD ACTION: Deny Motion for Continuance. Uphold Board s denial. Fields, Jason, MD Wilmington, NC Dr. Fields was charged with being unable to practice with reasonable skill and safety based on his continued substance abuse. Dr. Fields has surrendered his medical license. Case resolved with execution of a pre-authorized Consent Order Dr. Fields was represented by Jim Wilson. The Board was represented by Marcus Jimison. Flechas, Jorge, MD Hendersonville, NC Dr. Flechas was charged with practicing below the standard of care in North Carolina. October 17, 2007 hearing was continued to December 14, Dr. Flechas was represented by Jim Wilson. The Board was represented by Katherine Carpenter.
7 7 Gernert, John, MD Orlando, FL Out of State Dr. Gernert was charged based on action taken by the Florida Medical Board, issuing MD a public letter of concern and a fine for performing wrong-side surgery. HEARING: October 17, Dr. Gernert was not represented by counsel. The Board was represented by Todd Brosius. 10/2007 BOARD ACTION: Issue a Public Letter of Concern mirroring Florida s action Harron, Ray, MD Bridgeport, WV Out of State Dr. Harron was charged based on action taken by the Texas Board, which ordered Dr. Harron to not practice in Texas, not renew his license and not reapply for a Texas license based on allegations related to Silica/Silicosis litigation. October 17, 2007 hearing was continued Dr. Harron was not represented by counsel. The Board was represented by Todd Brosius. Hooker, Timothy, MD Danville, VA Out of State Dr. Hooker was charged based on action taken by the Virginia Board which suspended his medical license for a period of not less than eighteen months. HEARING: October 17, Dr. Hooker was not represented by counsel. The Board was represented by Brian Blankenship. 10/2007 BOARD ACTION: Indefinite Suspension Howard, Charles, MD Springfield, KY Out of State Dr. Howard was charged based on action taken by the Kentucky Board. The Kentucky Board entered an Emergency Order of Suspension as the result of Dr. Howard being indicted by the Washington Circuit Grand Jury for first degree rape, being indicted by the Washington Circuit Grand Jury for first degree sexual assault and two separate complaints. October 17, 2007, hearing was continued Dr. Howard was not represented by counsel. The Board was represented by Brian Blankenship.
8 8 Jellinek, Lawrence, MD Santa Barbara, CA Out of State Dr. Jellinek was charged based on action taken by the California Board based on evidence that he had two convictions for driving under the influence and his admission that he had used cocaine. HEARING: October 17, Dr. Jellinek was not represented by counsel. The Board was represented by Todd Brosius. 10/2007 BOARD ACTION: Indefinite Suspension Lowe, James Edward MD Dr. Lowe was charged with practicing below the standard of care and improper billing with regard to his treatment of six patients. A proposed Consent Order was presented to resolve this case. Dr. Lowe was represented by Jonathan Charleston. The Board was represented by Todd Brosius. 10/2007 BOARD ACTION: Accept proposed Consent Order MacDonald, Carolyn, MD Fayetteville, NC Dr. MacDonald was charged with unprofessional conduct for allowing untrained personnel to perform medical tasks, pre-signing prescription pads, prescribing medications without examining patients, and abruptly closing her practice. October 17, 2007 hearing was continued for the Board to consider a proposed Consent Order Dr. MacDonald was represented by Jim Wilson. The Board was represented by Todd Brosius. 10/2007 BOARD ACTION: Accept proposed Consent Order MacKoul, Paul, MD McLean, VA Out of State-District of Columbia Dr. MacKoul was charged based on action taken of the District of Columbia Medical Board reprimanding Dr. MacKoul on allegations that he failed to disclose adverse actions to the DC Board. HEARING: October 17, 2007
9 9 Dr. MacKoul was not represented by counsel. The Board was represented by Katherine Carpenter. 10/2007 BOARD ACTION: Reprimand STAFF INSTRUCTION: Flag file for review if MD reapplies. Manusov, Eron, MD West End, NC Dr. Manusov was charged with engaging in inappropriate prescribing and unprofessional conduct by having an affair with a patient s wife. October 17, 2007 hearing was continued for the Board to consider a proposed Consent Order Dr. Manusov was represented by Seth Cohen. The Board was represented by Marcus Jimison. 10/2007 BOARD ACTION: Reject proposed Consent Order. Accept Consent Order with 30 day active suspension Mbadiwe, Chukwuemeka, MD Monroe, NC On September 29, 2006, the Board charged Dr. Mbadiwe based on action taken by Union Regional Medical Center revoking his privileges to perform endoscopic procedures and restricting his privileges to perform laparoscopic procedures. Panel Hearing: June 20, 2007 Final Arguments: Continued from October 17, 2007 to December 14, 2007 Dr. Mbadiwe was represented by U. Wilfred Nwauwa. The Board was represented by Brian Blankenship PANEL RECOMMENDATION: Phase I The Panel found that Dr. Mbadiwe committed unprofessional conduct by failing to conform with standards of acceptable and prevailing medial practice and that Dr. Mbadiwe lacked professional competence to practice medicine and surgery specifically endoscopic and laparoscopic procedures. Phase II Indefinite Suspension. McGhee, James, MD Charlotte, NC Dr. McGhee was charged with unprofessional conduct based on evidence that he engaged in a sexual act with a patient. October 17, 2007 hearing was continued Dr. McGhee was represented by Jocelyn Singletary.
10 10 The Board was represented by Marcus Jimison. Mullen, Joseph, MD Shelby, NC Dr. Mullen was charged with unprofessional conduct based on evidence that he accepted monies for prepaid services and abruptly closed his office without giving patients notice or providing for continuity of care. October 17, 2007 hearing was continued to February 20, Dr. Mullen was represented by Ray Owens. The Board was represented by Marcus Jimison. Nash, Will Light, MD Sylva, NC On February 2, 2007, the Board charged Dr. Nash with unprofessional conduct for failing to adequately diagnose and treat Patient A, and failing to record accurate and adequate information in the medical record. October 17, 2007 hearing was continued to December 14, 2007 Dr. Nash was represented by Jim Williams. The Board was represented by Katherine Carpenter. 6/2007 BOARD ACTION: Reject proposed Consent Order STAFF INSTRUCTION: Suggestions for a Consent Order: Reprimand, limited # of patients per day (10-20), Informal Interview with Dr. Sathiraju & Dr. Jablonski; and must take an EKG course. Rosenburg, Mark, MD Ellisville, MO Out of State Dr. Rosenberg was charged based on action taken by the Ohio and Kentucky Boards relating to his guilty plea on misdemeanor counts of receiving and retaining stolen property and a guilty plea on one felony count of receiving stolen property. October 17, 2007 hearing was continued to February 20, 2008 Dr. Rosenberg was not represented by counsel. The Board was represented by Marcus Jimison. Smith, Michael, MD Nags Head, NC Dr. Smith was charged unprofessional conduct based on evidence that he had poor charting and inappropriate prescribing for three patients/family members. October 17, 2007 hearing was continued to February 20, 2008
11 11 Dr. Smith was represented by Alan Schneider. The Board was represented by Marcus Jimison. CONSENT ORDERS: BLISS, Laura, MD Mebane, NC Dr. Bliss was represented by Alan Schneider The Board was represented by Marcus Jimison 10/2007 BOARD ACTION: Accept proposed Consent Order Indefinite Suspension GREGORY, Ginger, PA Fuquay-Varina, NC MOTION: Dr. Gregory was represented by Jim Wilson The Board was represented by Marcus Jimison 10/2007 BOARD ACTION: Accept proposed Consent Order. Informal Interview in March with PHP report and any test reports available at that time. BUZZANELL, Charles, MD Asheville, NC Motion Ms. Eyster presented by a Motion requesting that the board enter an order correcting certain misstatements in Dr. Buzzanell s September 16, 2003 and subsequent amended Consent Orders. Dr. Buzzanell was represented by Donna Eyster The Board was represented by Katherine Carpenter. 10/2007 BOARD ACTION: Approve Motion. A motion passed to close the session to prevent the disclosure of information that is confidential pursuant to sections 90-8, 90-14, 90-16, and (a) of the North Carolina General Statutes and not considered a public record within the meaning of Chapter 132 of the General Statutes and to preserve attorney/client privilege. A written report on one cases was presented for the Board s review. The specifics of this report are not included as these actions are not public information. A motion passed to return to open session. Capital Punishment Lawsuit
12 12 A motion passed to close the session pursuant to 90-8, 90-14, 90-16, and (a) in order to discuss pending litigation filed by the Department of Correction regarding physician involvement in Capital Punishment. Mr. Mansfield reported on the status of this lawsuit. A motion passed to return to open session. ALLIED HEALTH COMMITTEE REPORT Don Jablonski, DO ; Savesh Sathiraju, MD; Peggy Robinson, PA-C; Initial Physician Assistant Applicants Licensed (September 1 30, 2007) Antczak, Amy Elizabeth Deeley, Michele Lynn Donovan, Kristina Anne Erlebach, Tyrell Curtis Flederbach, Greta Floyd, Leigh Ellen Gardner, William James Geersen, Daniel Franklin Hipp, Karin Knight Jennings, Nicole Blackwell Kunz, Erin Marie Livingston, Sara Christine Maartmann-Moe, Kristin A. Marshall, Julie Miller Maryott, Dwayne Brian Mehari, Daniel G. Metius, Susan Russell Mitchell, Babee Angelynne Morea, Tracy M. Newlin, Jennifer Stickley Rankin, Beth Ann Repnikova, Lilia Alexandrovna Reynolds, Michael Warren Rice, Ralph Wilson Roenigk, Lauralee Brooke Sams, Courtney Sieracki, Michael Anthony Smith, Erin Clark White, Yara Roberta Beex Winkel, Scott Cameron
13 13 PA-C's Reactivations/Reinstatements/Re-Entries Bader, Joanne Wilson Johnson, Theresa Ann Priestaf, Amy Christine - Reinstatement - Re-Entry - Re-Entry Initial Physician Assistant Applicants Licensed (October 1 17, 2007) Allen, Deborah Lynn Archambault, Mark Elno Bauer, Laura Sudbury Blazar, Melinda Frances Brantley, Amy George Edmundson Byers, William Lowell Cammack, Hilary Rose Carpenter, Amanda Dawn Clark, Adam Dean Cummings, Leslie Hill Edgerton, Ann Killian Gingrich, Krista Jo Hill, Tina-Marie Almas Jackson, Wayne Jeffrey James, Ayanna Tenesha Key, Elizabeth Rich Koppenal, Courtney Christine Lane, Douglas Timothy Lane, Sharon Lee Maier, Andrew Christopher McDowell, Elizabeth Jane Nathan, Kim Susan Ogilvie, James William Olsen, Lindsay Nicole Robinson, Anthony Maceo Scott, Brandy Michelle Shelton, Donna Leigh Silvi, Paul George Stevenson, Jill Marie Taylor, Kelly Anne Trapp, Jane Marie Vann, Ryan Carpenter Ward, Mark Vincent Wise, Susanne Cochran Zirkle, Adam Trevor
14 14 Additional Physician Assistant Supervisor List Name Primary Supervisor Practice City Anspach, Susan Wall, Stephen Clyde Antczak, Amy Tuttle-Newhall, Janet Durham Applicant Supervisor SiteCity Arledge, Robert Bednarz, Paul Greenbsoro Astern, Laurie Davis, Arthur Raleigh Astern, Laurie Doshi, Vasant Raleigh Astern, Laurie Murray, Gina Greensboro Baker, Bridget Rizk, Victor Butner Baker, Robin Pitts, Susan Durham Baxter, Marvin Bomberg, Robert Butner Baxter, Marvin Pittard, Gina Goldsboro Bethune, James Graves, John Greensboro Bishop, Candace Bernstein, Daniel Maiden Bowen-Brown, Taisha Citron, Michael Raleigh Boyd, Steven Ellis, Thomas Greenville Bresnahan, James Bernstein, Daniel Thomasville Buschbach, Stacie Davis, Robert Durham Cerne, Connie Tucci, Keith Greenville Chase, Bradford Jones, Enrico Clemmons Chazan, Jennifer Benedict, Frederick Raleigh Chazan, Jennifer High, Rhett Raleigh Clarke, Theresa Bennett, Bernard Garner Cohen, Joe Santangelo, James Fort Bragg Cole, Spencer Rosen, Robert Cary Colin, Jill Gilmer, Peter Roxboro Collins, Ann Halvorson, Eric Chapel Hill Cook, Ashly Morway, Linda Nags Head Cornwall, Richard Hassan, Sami Greensboro Deeley, Michele Scott, Charles Wilmington Despaigne, Policarpo Almirall, Peter Southport Despaigne, Policarpo Batish, Sanjay Delco Despaigne, Policarpo Isenhour, Christopher Shallotte Dewar, John Johnson, David Raleigh Dewar, John Pence, James Wilmington Domer, Andrew Stevens, Marc Smithfield Downing, Karol Batish, Sanjay Delco Downing, Karol Isenhour, Christopher Shallotte Drinkwater, Don Benedict, Frederick Raleigh
15 15 Drinkwater, Don Boone, David Raleigh Drinkwater, Don Jones, David Raleigh Drinkwater, Don Moreno, Ricardo Raleigh Dunlap, Michael Cromer, John Southport Dunlap, Michael Heter, Michael Wilmington Ehrman, Kevin Preli, Robert Winston Salem Elmore, Melanie Holmes, Douglas Raleigh Erlebach, Tyrell Tuttle-Newhall, Janet Durham Fazio, Ronald Chaudhry, Abdul Raleigh Fenstermacher, William Britton, Albert Wilmington Ferrigno, Lisa Johnson, Patricia Robbinsville Floyd, Leigh Bell, Joseph Pembroke Franks, John Hussain, Khwaja Goldsboro Geersen, Daniel Tuttle-Newhall, Janet Durham Gore, William Batish, Sanjay Delco Gore, William Heter, Michael Wilmington Gore, William Isenhour, Christopher Shallotte Harding, Leeanna Morton, Terrence Charlotte Harris, Dennis Pittard, Gina Goldsboro Hedrick, Christina Chalfa, Nicolai High Point Hensler, Robert Pence, James Carolina Beach Heron, Joann Mahan, Dennis Swansboro Hipp, Karin Grichnik, James Durham Hutchens, Michele Iruela, Maria Winston Salem Icard, Terry Childs, Carter Greenville James, Ayanna Baskett, Debra Raleigh Jennings, Nicole Tuttle-Newhall, Janet Durham Kelly, Larry Groce, James Raleigh Kersey, Melanie Laney, Thomas Conover King, Jody Godwin, Charles New Bern Kohout, Lindsey Glinski, Ronald Gastonia Kunz, Erin Garst, Jennifer Durham Kurtz, Harry Chawla, Sameer Raleigh Kurtz, Harry Clark, George Raleigh Kurtz, Harry Edrington, Richard Raleigh Kurtz, Harry Fogartie, James Raleigh Kurtz, Harry Kagan, Steven Raleigh Kurtz, Harry Longo, Christopher Raleigh Kurtz, Harry Matthews, Robert Raleigh Kurtz, Harry Pete, Karl Raleigh Leedy, David Knovich, Mary Winston Salem Leedy, David O'Brien, Francis Winston Salem Lentz, Jennifer Shah, Avinash Charlotte
16 16 Levine, Felicia Udekwu, Pascal Raleigh Lindsley, Alan Morris, Deborah Fayetteville Livingston, Sara Goudarzi, Kamran Wilmington Malanka, Phyllis Persaud, Kavita Wilmington McGroarty, Carrie Udekwu, Pascal Raleigh McKnight, Susan Obi, Reginald Plymouth Melgar, Tammy Pridgen, James Wilmington Metius, Susan Cantuaria, Guilherme Charlotte Michel, Chad Hillsgrove, David Mooresville Michel, Chad McDonald, James Mooresville Michel, Chad Stanley, Rodney Mooresville Migdon, Steven Chetty, Wilbert Roanoke Rapids Mitchell, Babee Hall, John Fayetteville Moore, Lisa Partridge, James Burlington Neece, Kathryn Marston, William Chapel Hill Newlin, Jennifer Wechsler, Daniel Durham Ogilvie, James Jessup, Pamela Fayetteville Omonde, Peter Coyle, Michael Washington Overman, Pierce Martinko, Thomas Wilmington Pack, Karen Cottle, Ronald Elizabethtown Paitsel, Lisa Almirall, Peter Southport Paitsel, Lisa Batish, Sanjay Delco Paitsel, Lisa Cromer, John Delco Paitsel, Lisa Isenhour, Christopher Shallotte Parkhurst, Julia Morton, Terrence Huntersville Perno, Michelle Harmaty, Myron Charlotte Pfitzer, Melissa Kahai, Jugta Southport Quintero, Tammi Jones, Enrico Oak Ridge Rankin, Beth Ricciardelli, Edward Wilmington Ranson, Kristina Albright, Daniel Raleigh Ranson, Kristina Bhiwandiwalla, Pouruchis Raleigh Ranson, Kristina Carr, James Raleigh Ranson, Kristina Carter, Jean Raleigh Ranson, Kristina Flanagan, Phelicia Raleigh Ranson, Kristina Fogartie, James Raleigh Ranson, Kristina Grant, Hugh Raleigh Ranson, Kristina Holmes, Douglas Raleigh Ranson, Kristina Hudson-Fraley, Anita Raleigh Ranson, Kristina Longo, Christopher Raleigh Ranson, Kristina Mong, James Raleigh Ranson, Kristina Roberts, Lee Raleigh Ranson, Kristina Roche, Andrea Raleigh Ranson, Kristina Stocks, Lewis Raleigh
17 17 Repnikova, Lilia De Santis, Donald Lexington Richardson, Angela Sidhu-Malik, Navjeet Durham Riveral, John English, Betsy Winston Salem Rojas, Brian Andersen, William Cary Rojas, Brian Anderson, William Cary Rojas, Brian Benedict, Frederick Raleigh Rojas, Brian Carroll, Raymond Cary Rojas, Brian Curzan, Mark Cary Rojas, Brian Gollehon, Douglas Cary Rojas, Brian Holmes, Douglas Raleigh Rojas, Brian MacPhee, Keelee Raleigh Rojas, Brian Martini, Douglas Cary Rojas, Brian Reinke, Derek Cary Rojas, Brian Roane, Karen Raleigh Rojas, Brian Szura, Brian Cary Rosas, Rosalyn Tuttle-Newhall, Janet Durham Rosenthal, Murray Garrett, James Jacksonville Rosenthal, Murray Geer, Kevin New Bern Rosenthal, Murray Kastner, Robert Jacksonville Sams, Courtney Jewell, James North Wilkesboro Schade, Jana Kim, Ian Kinston Schumacker, Clifford Aul, Christopher Fayetteville Shanton, Gregory Barber, Robert Morehead City Sieracki, Michael Crawford, Michael Rocky Mount Sieracki, Michael Hendrix, Robert Rocky Mount Sieracki, Michael Jarvis, Bennie Rocky Mount Sieracki, Michael Pine, Harold Rocky Mount Simon, Craig Cockrell, Renee New Bern Smith, Gregory Gaston, Johnny Fayetteville Sours, Allen Tan, Walter Greenville Srikantha, Venayagaratnam Pittard, Gina Goldsboro Strader, John Voorhees, Peter Chapel Hill Svedberg, Kelly Howard, Chad Charlotte Tabor, Tommy Carringer, Donald Cullowhee Ulstad, Melissa Hirsch, Steven Wilmington Van Wallendael, Shawn Shall, Matthew Belmotn Ventrilla, James Mead, Robert Durham Vigliano, Megan Testori, Douglas Wilmington Wallace, Ellee Greene-Chandos, Diana Winston Salem Wedsworth, Jeanette Khan, Raza Chapel Hill White, Steven Murray, Gina Lincolnton White, Yara Helman, Steven Winston Salem
18 18 Wiggins, Jeffrey Bockenek, William Charlotte Wiggins, Jeffrey Shall, Matthew Belmont Winkel, Scott Chao, Nelson Durham Woodard, Rebecca Shusterman, Douglas Greenville Wrenn, Cynthia Deese, Joseph Raeford Wrenn, Cynthia Mendes, Celia Fayetteville List of Initial Nurse Practitioner Applicants Approved Name Preimary Supervisor Practice City Allen, Kelly Hall, John Fayetteville Barnett, Michelle Dirschl, Douglas Chapel Hill Berger, Jenna Bosse, Michael Charlotte Boulware, Mary Boohene, Paulina Gastonia Brown, Eric Evans, Hilary Spartanburg Burkhalter, Claudia Lohrmann, Wolfgang Statesville Cabe, Marisa Bollig, John Cherokee Edinger, Amy Lohavichan, Verachai Charlotte Fleming, Christine Moulton, Michael Wilmington Gatton Collins, Danielle Allgood, Sara Charlotte Gee, Mary Mogul, Mark Charlotte Grant, Allison Rubinow, David Chapel Hill Hertz, Natalia Tynan, MacDara Charlotte Kelly, Lisa Boyd, James Charlotte Keough, Shannon Ulshen, Martin Durham Kuhn, Nicole Bose, Carl Chapel Hill Larner, Douglas Bernstein, Daniel Maiden Lawrence, Kathryn Crenshaw, Brian Greensboro McNeil, Patrice Price, Billy Charlotte Miller, Antoinette Feinglos, Mark Durham Mitchener, Danielle Gualtieri, Camillo Chapel Hill Morgan, Eileen Hill, David Fayetteville Nichols, Leticia MacGuire, Osborne Morganton Peterson Spencer, Mia Severa, Jeffrey Edenton Podbielski, Theresa Nickens, Larry Goldsboro Reddersen, Lindsey Al-Khatib, Sana Durham Rudisill, Ashley Matthew, Matthew Gastonia Slade, Lareshia Shekhar, Shobha Fayetteville Sousa, Sara Khan, Fozia Burlington Stone, Stephanie Shaw, James Brevard Sullivan, Cindy Greene-Chandos, Diana Winston-
19 19 Salem Tabron, Tonique Wilson, Theodore Rocky Mount Ulishney, Mary Morton, Terrence Huntersville Wall, Jennifer Bell, James Boone Watson, Julia Patterson, Robert Sanford Webb, Cheyney Mathur, Sameer Chapel Hill Whiteside, Candy Lohrmann, Wolfgang Statesville Winchester, Glenda MacArthur, Robert Greensboro Woody, Delinda Uhren, Robert Black Mountain Xia, Hongling Fisher, Michael Hillsborough List of Nurse Practitioiner Additional Supervisors Aderman, Vicki Cassanego, Antonio Spruce Pine Alligood, Ronald Ferguson, Thomas Greenville Averdick, Nancy Parks, Ronald Asheville Baker, Cynthia Bose, Carl Chapel Hill Barber, Jasmine Jones, Enrico Kernersville Baskin, Robin Dill, Gregory Marshall Benfield, Rosa Clark, Robert Newland Bintz, Peggy Jarrett, David Hendersonville Blevins, Lisa Citron, Michael Goldsboro Bogart, Megan Martinko, Thomas Wilmington Brooks, Tammy Khan, Fozia Burlington Bryant, Janice Simonds, Wickham Hickory Byrnes, Nancy Turnbull, Joseph Marion Caver, Cassandra Sharawy, Ehab Huntersville Chapman, Mary Harrison, John Durham Childers, Patricia Pittard, Gina Goldsboro Coes, Toni Dundee, David Winston-Salem Collins-McNeil, Janice Holness, Kenworth Charlotte Conrad, Sharyn Jones, Enrico Kernersville Cook, LaDonna Dagenhart, Timothy Salisbury Daugherty, Laura Kepp, Edward Albemarle Delametter, Gretchen Perry, Victor Chapel Hill DeMeyer, Teresa Thompson, William Newton Dickerson, Beth Sunderland, Theresa Charlotte Dickinson, Tawana Morton, Terrence Charlotte Everhart, Delphine Watson, Jerome Elkin Fillmore, John Britton, Albert Wilmington Frye, Kellie Reece, Neil Newton
20 20 Gallagher, Leslie Bennett, Bernard Chapel Hill Gilreath, Tyral Graper, Robert Charlotte Greene, Natasha Vines, Dain Raleigh Greiner, Sonja Bentsen, Birger Whiteville Griggs, Dolly Okoroafor, Kingsley Fayetteville Hall, Deborah McEwen, Luther Largo Hall, Deborah Morton, Terrence Huntersville Hancock, Ruth Gambino, John Winston-Salem Hayes, Claudia Azad, Abul Fayetteville Hoffman, Cyndi Morton, Terrence Charlotte Hubbard, Carol Bose, Carl Chapel Hill Huntsinger, Lisa Bell, Brian Forest City Julian, Brenda Pittard, Gina Goldsboro Khoune, Ana Citron, Michael Raleigh Lane, Maryellen Bose, Carl Chapel Hill Lee, Belinda Morrow, John Greenville Macopson, Janice Miller, Ryan Morganton Marrett, Hanna Hudson, Richard Bayboro Mason, Dawn Matkins, Preeti Charlotte McDonald, Joan Allgood, Sara Charlotte McDowell, Leslie Teater, Donald Waynesville McKeown, Megan Martinko, Thomas Wilmington McNeill, Charlotte Faulkenberry, Bradford Laurinburg Moore, Joleen Keyser, Peter Laurinburg Moore, Kathryn Gibbons, Elizabeth Cary Moose, Cynthia Morton, Terrence Huntersville Neeley, Beverly Wehbie, Robert Raleigh Nissel, Kathleen Osbahr, Albert Hickory Norris, Lillian Wall, Stephen Clyde Ojeda, Aislinn Castro, Manuel Charlotte Olshinski, Philip Pacos, Andrew Thomasville O'Neil, Linda Morton, Terrence Huntersville Paparazo, Susan Lawrence, Mary Morehead City Parker, Diane Martinko, Thomas Wilmington Perkins, Barbara Dorman, Deidre Greenville Rathinam, Florence Patel, Arvindkumar Fayetteville Retis, Lizette Reece, Neil Newton Ritch, Debra Simonds, Wickham Hickory Ross, Ashley Hoben, Michael Charlotte Sanford, Christine Martinko, Thomas Wilmington Shaw, Kim Citron, Michael Cary Shenkman, Laura Martinko, Thomas Wilmington Silvernale, Maureen Jones, Enrico Winston-Salem
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