In April 2013, A Las Vegas childcare specialist had her medical license suspended by the Nevada State Board of Medical Examiners. Why? Well, according to investigators, she was routinely allowing a “pretend” doctor to treat hundreds of patients.
That way she wouldn’t have to get up in the mornings and . . . you know . . . actually go to work. Who wants to be around sick kids?
Doctor Carmen Felice Jones, the medical director for the Las Vegas Health Center at 6332 South Rainbow Boulavard, had allowed an unlicensed staff member, Zeeshan Malik Hoodbhoy, to impersonate a physician, in order to prescribe, administer and dispense drugs illegally, according to the State Board.
But this week, in a stunning reversal, the state medical board has decided that “no further disciplinary action” will be taken.
The appallingly worthless Doctor Jones had already pleaded guilty to Conspiracy, in allowing a staff member to practice medicine without a license. This occurred in Clark County 8th Judicial District Court in 2014. Of course she got no jail time because, well, she wears a lab coat. At least, on those rare days when she worked.
But now, according to a Board statement, they were afraid she would sue the board members, so they dropped the civil charges, saying, “She learned her lesson.”
What a immoral gang of professional cowards.
The man in charge of the investigating committee was Doctor Benjamin Rodriguez. He said 3 years ago that Hoodbhoy would – at the direction of Jones – routinely, illegally use the doctor’s signature stamp, as well as her federal DEA registration number, to write prescriptions.
The investigation revealed that freaky physician Jones admitted being the medical director of a second clinic called Agape Health, where “she never met the patients; never treated the patients; allowed unlicensed staff to treat and inject patients with controlled substances.”
Now, several members of the Board were “uncomfortable” last week, in that not even a letter of reprimand would be issued in the case. But in the end, they decided that the “visibility of the case and settlement agreement online” by patients and their families, would provide the public with a record of the case.
Really? That’s how you spank a physician who blatantly disregards patient safety and broke the law hundreds of times?
Healthgrades records show Jones’ speciality is pediatrics. She graduated from University of Illinois at Chicago Medical School in 1991.