May 25, 2018
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Maine revokes surgeon’s license

The Associated Press

AUGUSTA, Maine — A Maine board has imposed sanctions on two doctors, one of whom was stripped of his medical license.

The Maine Board of Licensure in Medicine revoked the license of Dr. Jaroslav Stulc, a surgeon who had practiced in Skowhegan but is now in Kentucky. The Portland Press Herald said the board found that he committed fraud on two licensure applications, acted in an incompetent and unprofessional manner, and violated rules on sexual misconduct.

The board issued a reprimand to Dr. William Tillman, a radiologist now living in Georgia. He was cited for failing to disclose information on his license renewal application.

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