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Texas Medical Board releases actions taken against 4 E. Texas doctors

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 Information on the four East Texas doctors listed below was released by the Texas Medical Board Thursday. The charges range from failure to diagnose a patient's sepsis to the federal felony offense of making a false statement on a federal income tax return.

The full report is as follows:

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 record-keeping and 16 hours in management of pediatric emergencies (including infectious diseases). The Board found Dr. Holland dis-charged a patient without adequately assessing or treating the patient’s symptoms of sepsis. This order resolves a formal com-plaint 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, divid-ed 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 relation-ship. This order resolves a formal complaint filed at the State Office of Administrative Hearings.

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

On May 2, 2014, the Board approved a Final Order revoking Da-vid 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 Jurispru-dence 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 administra-tive 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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