Board of Podiatric Medicine

Recent Disciplinary Actions

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Sacramento, CA 95815

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Decisions
Accusations Filed
Accusations Withdrawn or Dismissed
Accusation and Petition to Revoke Probation Filed
Statement of Issues Filed

Decisions

Decisions are removed from this list approximately one year from the effective date.

Colburn, Michael, DPM
Lafayette, CA
License number: E-2942
Decision Effective:  10/28/13
Revoked, Stayed, 5 years probation

Debell, Bruce, DPM
Napa, CA
License number:  EFE-3246
Decision Effective:  04/08/14
Stipulated License Surrender

Glover, Alfred, DPM
Los Angeles, CA
License number:  E-4238
Decision Effective:  07/25/13
Revoked, Stayed, 5 years probation, 60 day suspension

Karason, Michael, DPM
Lincoln, CA
License number: E-4538
Decision Effective:  01/02/14
Revoked

Ky, Nguyen, DPM
San Jose, CA
License number:  E-4689
Decision effective:  09/23/13
Revoked, stayed, 5 years probation.

Releford, Bill, DPM
Inglewood, CA
License number: E-3630
Decision effective:  06/20/14
Revoked, Stayed, 7 years probation, 2 years suspension

Accusations Filed

Grumbine, Nicholas, DPM
Napa, CA
License number: E-1448
Accusation filed:  01/22/14

Servatjoo, Parviz, DPM
Reseda, CA
License number: E-3494
Accusation filed:  05/15/13

Sheridan, Larry, DPM
Carmichael, CA
License number: E-2095
Accusation filed:  03/05/14

Shock, Thomas, DPM
Lodi, CA
License number: E-3241
Accusation filed:  04/25/14

Taylor, Marley, DPM
Palo Alto, CA
License number: E-3426
Accusation filed:  05/30/14

Accusation and Petition to Revoke Probation Filed

 

  • A Petition to Revoke Probation is filed when a licensee is charged with violation of a prior disciplinary decision.
  • Petitions to revoke probation are removed from this list approximately one year from the effective date.
  • Accusations are charges and allegations, which still must undergo rigorous tests of proof at later administrative hearings.
Accusations and/or Statement of Issues Withdrawn or Dismissed

 

  • Accusation "Withdrawn" means the formal charges were dropped before the matter went to an administrative hearing.
  • Accusation "Dismissed" means the formal charges were dropped after the matter went to an administrative hearing and the respondent licensee prevailed.
  • Accusations withdrawn or dismissed are removed from this list approximately one year from the effective date.
Statement of Issues Filed

 

  • When an applicant for licensure is informed the license will be denied for cause, the applicant has a right to demand a formal hearing, usually before an Administrative Law Judge. This process is initiated by the filing of a Statement of Issues, which is similar to an Accusation.
Updated: 7/21/2014