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Medical licensing requirements re opioid prescriptions

If you're a licensed physician, surgeon, nurse midwife or practitioner in Pennsylvania, you obviously already successfully completed a certain amount of education according to the accepted standards and requirements in your particular field of study. However, even after you have secured gainful income as a licensed medical professional, there may be times when you wish to apply for additional privileges or permissions that allow you to perform a broader scope of duties on the job. For instance, you may want to seek medical licensing permission to write opioid prescriptions.

West Coast doctor facing medical license problems

There may be some doctors in Pennsylvania currently facing serious issues regarding their licenses to practice medicine. Sometimes, such problems arise when a patient or other staff member accuses a particular doctor of unethical behavior on the job. An anesthesiologist in another state was recently brought before the medical license board regarding a situation that resulted in the death of a patient.

If you are a licensed nurse, doctor, dentist, pharmacist or any other professional in Pennsylvania, call The Law Offices of Brian E. Quinn for help. Based in Philadelphia, our attorneys have decades of experience in the fields of professional license defense, criminal defense and family law.

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