BALTIMORE, Md. - Two doctors with ties to a set of local abortion clinics that were shut down by the state are now back in practice.
The state’s board of physicians gave Dr. Iris Dominy her license back, although she can’t do any procedures that involve sedating patients. Dominy was one of three doctors from OB-GYN Care LLC whose licenses were suspended in May after a state investigation found the clinics were letting unlicensed staff do ultrasounds and provide medication.
The board also found that in February a patient in Dominy’s care at a Baltimore office later died after being left unattended while groggy following an abortion. Dominy was not blamed for her death.
The clinic’s medical director, Dr. Mansour Panah is also back in business, but is on probation.
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