A physician who formerly practiced at a U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs clinic in St. Joseph lost his license last month because of an opioid-related felony conviction. According to the Kansas Board of Healing Arts, Steven Puderbaugh wrote prescriptions for hundreds of oxycodone pills for a patient who was to fill them and then give the pills to the doctor. Puderbaugh was sentenced to three years probation.
A physician who formerly practiced at a U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs clinic in St. Joseph lost his license last month because of an opioid-related felony conviction. According to the Kansas Board of Healing Arts, Steven Puderbaugh wrote prescriptions for hundreds of oxycodone pills for a patient who was to fill them and then give the pills to the doctor. Puderbaugh was sentenced to three years probation. Wire photo
A physician who formerly practiced at a U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs clinic in St. Joseph lost his license last month because of an opioid-related felony conviction. According to the Kansas Board of Healing Arts, Steven Puderbaugh wrote prescriptions for hundreds of oxycodone pills for a patient who was to fill them and then give the pills to the doctor. Puderbaugh was sentenced to three years probation. Wire photo