MI Board charges unprofessional conduct, WA follows suit
OLYMPIA - Charges of unprofessional conduct from another state board have led the Washington Medical Commission to immediately suspend the medical license of physician Muhammad K. Ahsan (License No. MD00040932), who currently resides in Michigan.
The statement of charges alleges the Michigan Board of Medicine charged Ahsan with three counts unprofessional conduct by failing to exercise due care, failing to conform to minimal standards of care, and a dispensing violation.
Ahsan cannot practice as a physician in Washington until the charges are resolved. He has 20 days to respond to the charges and to request a hearing.
Legal documents in this case are available online by visiting the Washington Department of Health Provider Credential Search website.
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: December 26, 2018
Contact: Stephanie McManus at Stephanie.McManus@doh.wa.gov | Office: (360) 236-2774