Waterville Doctor Suspended For Exempting Covid Vaccinations
A Waterville doctor has been suspended from practicing medicine according to a report from Mainebiz, after he spread misinformation about COVID-19. The doctor, Paul Gosselin is also being accused of inappropriately signing letters that exempted patients from having to adhere to pandemic vaccination requirements.
Dr. Paul Gosselin's suspension will initially be until December 18th when another hearing will look further into the allegations. The suspension was put in place by the Maine Board of Osteopathic Licensure.
The medical board found that Dr.Gosselin did in fact engaged in fraud, deceit, incompetence and also unprofessional conduct.
Dr. Gosselin operates as an osteopathic physician who with a practice called Patriots Health, which is located at 325D Kennedy Memorial Drive in Waterville.
According to the report, this is not the doctors first run in with the medical board. Back in 2002 he was disciplined for unprofessional conduct, where he posed as a physician assistant to obtain a prescription drug that he was going to use for himself. In 2014, Dr. Gosselin also received a 90 day suspension for multiple violations.
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