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What is the Role of the Office of Professional Misconduct?

by Edward Leigh, Patient Communications Expert
July 14, 2017

Question: What does the Office of Professional Medical Conduct do?

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The Office of Professional Medical Conduct is a division of the New York State Department of Health and investigates complaints about physicians, physician assistants and specialist assistants and monitors practitioners who are subject to Orders of the State Board for Professional Medical Conduct. The division provides a listing of all physicians, physician assistants, specialist assistants, and professional medical corporations who have been disciplined since 1990, or who are subject to a non-disciplinary Board Order, or upon whom charges of misconduct have been served. For more information:

If you live outside of New York and have concerns about healthcare professionals, contact your State medical board via this link:

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Edward Leigh, MA, focuses on helping patients and healthcare professionals effectively communicate with each other. Excellent communication skills dramatically enhance patient satisfaction and safety. He presents high-energy and informative programs for hospitals, healthcare associations, medical practices, government organizations and universities. He is also an in-demand consultant and coach. He has a master’s degree in health education.

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