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Four E. Texas doctors disciplined by Texas Medical Board

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Dr. Job Mongare (Source: www.etmc.org) Dr. Job Mongare (Source: www.etmc.org)
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Dr. Don O'Neal (www.healthgrades.com) Dr. Don O'Neal (www.healthgrades.com)
(KLTV) - Four East Texas physicians were disciplined during the Texas Medical Board's May meeting. The physicians were disciplined for various reasons, including discharging patients without adequate treatment, unprofessional conduct with a female patient and criminal activity. One of the physicians had his license revoked.

Quality of care

Holland, Scott Woodrow, M.D., Lic. No. M2351, Gilmer

On May 2, 2014, the Board and Scott Woodrow Holland, M.D., entered into a Mediated Agreed Order requiring Dr. Holland to within one year complete at least 28 hours of CME, divided as follows: four in risk management, eight hours in medical recordkeeping and 16 hours in management of pediatric emergencies (including infectious diseases). The Board found Dr. Holland discharged a patient without adequately assessing or treating the patient's symptoms of sepsis. This order resolves a formal complaint filed at the State Office of Administrative Hearings.

Unprofessional conduct

Mongare, Job B., M.D., Lic. No. K8954, Athens

On May 2, 2014, the Board and Job B. Mongare, M.D., entered into a Mediated Agreed Order requiring Dr. Mongare to within one year and three attempts pass the Medical Jurisprudence Exam; within one year complete at least 12 hours of CME, divided as follows: eight hours in physician-patient boundaries and four hours in ethics; and pay an administrative penalty of $1,500 within 60 days. The Board found Dr. Mongare entered into a personal friendship with a female patient that raised concerns as to the boundaries of an appropriate physician-patient relationship. This order resolves a formal complaint filed at the State Office of Administrative Hearings.

Revocation

Mosig, David A., D.O., Lic. No. H2623, Nacogdoches

On May 2, 2014, the Board approved a Final Order revoking David A. Mosig, M.D.'s Texas medical license. The Board found Dr. Mosig pleaded guilty to the federal felony offense of making a false statement on a federal income tax return. The action was based on the findings of an administrative law judge at the State Office of Administrative Hearings. This order resolves a formal complaint filed at the State Office of Administrative Hearings. Dr. Mosig has 20 days from the service of the order to file a motion for rehearing.

Criminal activity

O'Neal, Don Martin, M.D., Lic. No. E2769, Sulphur Springs

On May 1, 2014, the Board approved a Final Order publicly reprimanding Don Martin O'Neal, M.D., and requiring Dr. O'Neal to within one year and three attempts pass the Medical Jurisprudence Exam; within one year complete at least 16 hours of CME in ethics; and pay an administrative penalty of $10,000 within 60 days. The Board found Dr. O'Neal pled guilty to a first degree felony of misapplication of fiduciary property and was placed on deferred adjudication under community supervision for that offense. The action was based on the findings of an administrative law judge at the State Office of Administrative Hearings. This order resolves a formal complaint filed at the State Office of Administrative Hearings. Dr. O'Neal has 20 days from the service of the order to file a motion for rehearing.

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