Links to Every State Medical Board

The links are below, but first consider

Patient L.T. died from gross negligence four hours after the nurse gave him seven different medicines intended for a seizure patient. LT was on dialysis and cpuld not excrete the thousands of milligrans of gabapentin and other sedating medicines. Instead of preventing this from occurring again by training the nurse to follow the standard-of-care, Dr. Jeffrey Carter MD, Kevin O’Malley JD, David Poggemeier MD, and the other Missouri Medical Board members chose to spend two years in a failed effort to blame Dt. Surendra Chaganti for the death. The aformentioned SMB members never apologized for that or for their failed five year effort to punish Dr. Chaganti for a clerical error on a job application.

O’Malley, Poggemeier, and Dr. James DiRenna are bureaucratic who caused an Honorable Administrative Law Judge Sreenu Dandamudi to write on court records that the State Medical Board of Missouri Misrepresented EvidenceExternal Linkin a failed effort to fraudulently revoke the medical license of Dr. Antoine Adem .

Links to Every State Medical and Osteopathic Board:

Alabama Board of Medical Examiners and Medical Licensure Commission of AlabamaExternal Link

Alaska State Medical BoardExternal Link

Arizona Medical BoardExternal Link

Arizona Board of Osteopathic Examiners in Medicine and SurgeryExternal Link

Arkansas State Medical BoardExternal Link

Medical Board of CaliforniaExternal Link

Osteopathic Medical Board of CaliforniaExternal Link

Colorado Medical BoardExternal Link

State of Connecticut, Department of Public HealthExternal Link

Delaware Board of Medical Licensure and DisciplineExternal Link

District of Columbia Board of MedicineExternal Link

Florida Department of Health, Division of Medical Quality Assurance (MDs)External Link

Florida Department of Health, Division of Medical Quality Assurance (DOs)External Link

Georgia Composite Medical BoardExternal Link

Hawaii Board of Medical ExaminersExternal Link

Idaho State Board of MedicineExternal Link

Illinois Department of Professional RegulationExternal Link

Medical Licensing Board of IndianaExternal Link

Iowa Board of MedicineExternal Link

Kansas State Board of Healing ArtsExternal Link

Kentucky Board of Medical LicensureExternal Link

Louisiana State Board of Medical ExaminersExternal Link

Maine Board of Licensure in MedicineExternal Link

Maine Board of Osteopathic LicensureExternal Link

Maryland Board of PhysiciansExternal Link

Massachusetts Board of Registration in MedicineExternal Link

Michigan Board of MedicineExternal Link

Michigan Board of Osteopathic Medicine & SurgeryExternal Link

Minnesota Board of Medical PracticeExternal Link

Mississippi State Board of Medical LicensureExternal Link

Missouri Board of Registration for the Healing ArtsExternal Link

Montana Board of Medical ExaminersExternal Link

Nebraska Board of Medicine and SurgeryExternal Link

Nevada State Board of Medical ExaminersExternal Link

Nevada State Board of Osteopathic MedicineExternal Link

New Hampshire Board of MedicineExternal Link

New Jersey State Board of Medical ExaminersExternal Link

New Mexico Medical BoardExternal Link

New Mexico Board of Osteopathic Medical ExaminersExternal Link

New York State Board for MedicineExternal Link

North Carolina Medical BoardExternal Link

North Dakota State Board of Medical ExaminersExternal Link

State Medical Board of OhioExternal Link

Oklahoma Board of Medical Licensure and SupervisionExternal Link

Oklahoma State Board of Osteopathic ExaminersExternal Link

Oregon Medical BoardExternal Link

Pennsylvania State Board of MedicineExternal Link

Pennsylvania State Board of Osteopathic MedicineExternal Link

Rhode Island Board of Medical Licensure and DisciplineExternal Link

South Carolina Board of Medical ExaminersExternal Link

South Dakota Board of Medical and Osteopathic ExaminersExternal Link

Tennessee Department of HealthExternal Link

Tennessee Board of Ostepathic ExaminationExternal Link

Texas Medical BoardExternal Link

Utah Division of Occupational and Professional LicensingExternal Link

Vermont Board of Medical PracticeExternal Link

Vermont Board of Osteopathic PhysiciansExternal Link

Virginia Board of MedicineExternal Link

Washington State Medical Quality Assurance CommissionExternal Link

Washington Board of Osteopathic Medicine and SurgeryExternal Link

West Virginia Board of MedicineExternal Link

West Virginia Board of OsteopathyExternal Link

State of Wisconsin Medical Examining BoardExternal Link

Wyoming Board of MedicineExternal Link

Patient L.T. died from gross negligence four hours after the nurse gave him seven different medicines intended for a seizure patient. LT was on dialysis and cpuld not excrete the thousands of milligrans of gabapentin and other sedating medicines. Instead of preventing this from occurring again by training the nurse to follow the standard-of-care, Dr. Jeffrey Carter MD, Kevin O’Malley JD, David Poggemeier MD, and the other Missouri Medical Board members chose to spend two years in a failed effort to blame Dt. Surendra Chaganti for the death. The aformentioned SMB members never apologized for that or for their failed five year effort to punish Dr. Chaganti for a clerical error on a job application.

Medical Board Members sneaky
Medical Board Investigator willing to win his case against a doctor at any cost. He is planning and plotting how to conceal evidence and make his department look good.
Medical Board Bureaucrats made false promises.
MedicalnBoard Members vowed to protect the public, but instead exploited killed patient LT, lied about care of breast cancer patients, and

issues related to job applications.

Links to Every State Medical Board

How to File a Complaint With the Missouri State Board of Healing Arts

FAQ:

How can I file a complaint with my state medical board?

Board of Registration for the Healing Arts

3605 Missouri Boulevard
P.O. Box 4
Jefferson City, MO  65102
573.751.0098 Telephone
573.751.3166 Fax
800.735.2966 TTY
800.735.2466 Voice Relay
healingarts@pr.mo.gov

 

Answer:

Electronically via a PDF, or, in writing.

If you complete the PDF, you can email it to the Board at their above email address. If you choose to send it in writing, you can send it via standard mail to their above address.

It is important to note that the Board’s physical location is different than their mailing address. The address of the Missouri Division of Professional Registration

Address: 3605 Mo Blvd, Jefferson City, MO 65109

 

Leadership in Communication

I went to their office and attended their teleconference in April 2012, but they did not permit me to speak about anything other than their listed topics. This is a problem because I had critical information about patient care that they had repeatedly ignored. One is better off talking to a wall, than trying to communicate or share information with any of the medical board members or their staff. In contrast, the North Carolina Medical Board’s staff has been helpful and professional during my interactions with them. Apparently some state medical boards value other people, and some, such as Missouri, live in a culture of collective narcissism.

Comments and suggestions are welcome,

-Brett Snodgrass, MD

 

 

 

How to File a Complaint With the Missouri State Board of Healing Arts