Bridgeport medical professionals study and train for years to specialize in a specific field of medicine. Not only do they spend years in medical school, but they are also required to complete at least two years of residency to develop their skills with seasoned professionals and specialists. There are endless opportunities in the medical field to specialize in a specific area. Each position requires a continued education in order to maintain a knowledge of new developments and practices in the field.
When Your License is at Risk
In order to practice in the medical field, no matter the specialization, a valid license is required. There is a risk of losing your license if the state Board of Medicine receives a violation report. Some reasons why a report might be made to the Board of Medicine are:
Accepting gifts or monetary grants from the allied healthcare industry. Practicing medical providers should not receive or accept any type of gift or bonus from the allied healthcare industry. This is considered an unethical act.
Failing to obtain consent from the patient. Whether from the patient themselves, their spouse, or guardian, consent is required to perform any operation or to publish case reports/photographs in medical journals.
Public endorsement of any drug or product. It is important that the medical provider is first and foremost a practicing professional, not a spokesperson for a product. This ensures the patient receives proper medicine and procedures needed.
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Medical professionals are held to a high standard because their job is vital to the health and wellbeing of their patients. Because the standards are so high, any violation may result in a revocation of one’s license. Without a license, you can no longer provide medical services to your patients. If you find yourself at risk of losing your license, please contact our office to speak with a Bridgeport medical license defense lawyer.