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California State Board of Pharmacy

Disciplinary Actions for April 1, 2012 - June 30, 2012

Facility Licenses

 

Personal Licenses

Agtane, Maricriss, TCH 57222, Administrative Case AC 4084
Union City, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked and the right to practice or operate has ended. Decision effective 5/4/2012.
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Aguilar, Richard, TCH 61872, Administrative Case AC 3583
San Bernardino, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the Board, the license is revoked and canceled and the right to practice or operate has ended.
Decision effective 6/11/2012.
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Armstrong, David Paul, TCH 102594, Administrative Case AC 4007
La Puente, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked and the right to practice or operate has ended. Decision effective 6/25/2012.
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Arnold, John H., RPH 29852, Administrative Case AC 3186
Mammoth Lakes, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked, the revocation is stayed and the license is placed on probation for 30 months.  The terms and conditions of probation are suspended from the practice of pharmacy for ten days, cannot supervise any intern pharmacist, perform preceptor duties or be PIC, complete 100 hours of community service within the first year of probation, complete an approved remedial education program, no ownership of any Board licensed entity, must successfully complete an approved ethics course. Decision effective 4/12/2012.
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Assanah, Daron, TCH 81093, Administrative Case AC 3880
Chino Hills, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked and the right to practice or operate has ended. Decision effective June 4, 2012.
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Atiya, Fadi Wasef, RPH 45978, Administrative Case AC 3487
San Diego, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked, the revocation is stayed and the license is placed on probation for five years. The terms and conditions of probation are being suspended from practicing pharmacy for one year, no supervision of interns, perform preceptor duties, or be PIC, must pass the California Pharmacist Jurisprudence Examination (CPJE), practice must be supervised, no ownership of any board licensed entity, must successfully complete an approved ethics course, and complete 100 hours of community service for each year of probation for the first three years. Decision effective 6/7/2012.
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Bazyar, Mohammad Ali, TCH 104369, Statement of Issues Case SI 4091
San Jose, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the Application for Pharmacy Technician is granted. The license is issued, revoked, the revocation is stayed and the license is placed on probation for three years. The terms and conditions include no ownership of any board licensed entity and needs a worksite monitor. Decision effective 5/25/2012.
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Beresford, Eric, RPH 49692, Administrative Case AC 3741
Somerset, NJ
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is voluntarily surrendered. Decision effective 5/25/2012.
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Bernhardt, Teresa, Applicant, Statement of Issues Case SI 4001
Manhattan Beach, CA
The Application for Registration as a Pharmacy Technician is denied. Decision effective 5/4/2012.
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Cabida, Jennifer, Applicant, Statement of Issues Case SI 3950
Southgate, CA
The Application for Registration as a Pharmacy Technician is denied. Decision effective 5/25/2012.
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Callahan, Gary, EXC 16432, Administrative Case AC 3756
Phillips Ranch, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked and the right to practice or operate has ended. Decision effective 5/4/2012.
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Cardenas, Benjamin, Applicant, Statement of Issues Case SI 3771
Norwalk, CA
The Application for Registration as a Pharmacy Technician is denied. Decision effective 6/25/2012.
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Cardoni, Stephanie, TCH 91993, Administrative Case AC 4166
Murrieta, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked and the right to practice or operate has ended. Decision effective 6/11/2012.
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Carr, Gloria, TCH 18672, Administrative Case AC 3809
Santa Ana, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked and the right to practice or operate has ended. Decision effective 5/25/2012.
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Carroll, Ann Marie, TCH 33519, Administrative Case AC 4118
Tehachapi, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is voluntarily surrendered.  Decision effective 4/23/2012.
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Castro, Tommy, TCH 110355, Statement of Issues Case SI 4175
Fresno, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the Application for Pharmacy Technician License is granted. The license is issued, revoked, the revocation is stayed and the license is placed on probation for four years.  The terms and conditions include passing the pharmacy technician certification exam, no ownership of any of board licensed entity, and needs a work site monitor. Decision effective date 5/4/2012.
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Charles, Robert, RPH 51100, Administrative Case AC 3539
Los Angeles, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked, stayed and placed on probation for four years.  License is subject to terms and conditions which include but are not limited to: cannot supervise any intern pharmacist, perform preceptor duties, or be the pharmacist-in-charge, complete 200 hours of community service, complete a remedial education program, no ownership of any Board licensed entity.  Effective 04/02/2012.
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Chau, Mike Duc., TCH 89969, Statement of Issues Case SI 3889
Alhambra, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the Application for Pharmacy Technician License is granted. The license is issued, revoked, the revocation is stayed and the license is placed on probation for four years.  The terms and conditions include passing the pharmacy technician certification exam, no ownership of any of board licensed entity, needs a work site monitor, must complete 50 hours of community service. Decision effective 4/23/2012.
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Cooper, Kimberly I., TCH 60577, Administrative Case AC 4010
Daly City, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked and the right to practice or operate has ended.  Decision effective 4/12/2012.
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Coria, Leticia Negrete, TCH 5597, Administrative Case AC 3484
Panorama City, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked and the right to practice or operate has ended. Decision effective 6/7/2012.
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Correa, Steven, TCH 36611, Administrative Case AC 3402
Cottonwood, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked and the right to practice or operate has ended. Decision effective 5/18/2012.
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Davis, Lisa F., RPH 42690, Administrative Case AC 3868
Moreno Valley, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked, the revocation is stayed and the license is placed on probation for five years.  The terms and conditions of probation are suspended from the practice of pharmacy for 90 days, cannot supervise any intern pharmacist, perform preceptor duties or be PIC, complete 150 hours of community service, complete an approved remedial education program, practice must be supervised, no ownership of any Board licensed entity, must successfully complete an approved ethics course. Decision effective 4/12/2012.
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DeGroff, Carrie M., TCH 41348, Administrative Case AC 3510
San Bernardino, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked and the right to practice or operate has ended.  Decision effective 4/23/2012.
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Dinulos, Divina Gracia Rena, RPH 59466, Administrative Case AC 4124
Redwood Shores, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked, the revocation is stayed and the license is placed on probation for five years. The terms and conditions of probation are being suspended from practicing pharmacy for 90 days, no supervision of interns, perform preceptor duties, or be PIC, no ownership of any board licensed entity, must successfully complete an approved ethics course, and complete 100 hours of community service for all five years of probation (500 hours total). Decision effective 6/7/2012.
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Dorstad, Jacob, TCH 104943, Administrative Case AC 4198
Redding, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked and the right to practice or operate has ended. Decision effective 5/4/2012.
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Escoto, Nina, TCH 47598, Administrative Case AC 3723
Vacaville, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is voluntarily surrendered.  Decision effective 4/23/2012.
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Faast, Lisa Marie, RPH 52905, Administrative Case AC 3781
Bakersfield, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked, the revocation is stayed and the license is placed on probation for three years.  The terms and conditions of probation are cannot supervise any intern pharmacist, be a designated reprentative-in-chrage nor serve as a consultant, may be the PIC with a consultant, must successfully complete an approved ethics course.  Decision effective 4/23/2012.
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Forest, Alice Yang, RPH 50114, Administrative Case AC 3713
Chino Hills, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked, the revocation is stayed and the license is placed on probation for three years. The terms and conditions of probation are no supervision of interns, perform preceptor duties or be PIC, must successfully complete an approved remedial education program, no ownership of any board licensed entity, and complete 150 hours of community service for the first two years of probation. Decision effective 6/7/2012.
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Galaviz, Jennifer Ledoron, TCH 76816, Administrative Case AC 3924
Apple Valley, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked, the revocation is stayed and the license is placed on probation for five years. The terms and conditions of probation are passing the pharmacy technician certification exam. Decision effective 6/15/2012.
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Gallegos, Gabriela, TCH 36152, Administrative Case AC 3928
Lynwood, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked, the revocation is stayed and the license is placed on probation for four years. The terms and conditions of probation are needs a work site monitor, no ownership of any board licensed entity, and complete 50 hours of community service for each year of probation for the first three years. Decision effective 5/25/2012.
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Garcia, Lillian, TCH 12732, Administrative Case AC 4075
Garden Grove, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is voluntarily surrendered. Decision effective 5/25/12.
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Glasscock, Bruce, RPH 43601, Administrative Case AC 3931
Modesto, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked, the revocation is stayed and the license is placed on probation for five years.  The terms and conditions of probation are suspended from the practice of pharmacy for 180 days with credit for suspension already served, cannot supervise any intern pharmacist, perform preceptor duties or be PIC, complete 100 hours of community service, practice must be supervised, no ownership of any Board licensed entity, must successfully complete an approved ethics course. Decision effective 4/23/2012.
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Gomes, Mario A., RPH 44363, Administrative Case AC 3497
Yuba City, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is voluntarily surrendered.  Decision effective 4/23/2012.
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Greenlee, James A., RPH 48842, Administrative Case AC 3729
Chico, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked, the revocation is stayed and the license is placed on probation for four years.  The terms and conditions of probation are cannot supervise any intern pharmacist, perform preceptor duties or be PIC, complete 250 hours of community service, practice must be supervised, no ownership of any Board licensed entity, must successfully complete an approved ethics course. Decision effective 4/12/2012.
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Heidary, Nima, Applicant, Statement of Issues Case SI 3994
Rolling Hills Estate, CA
The Application for Registration as a Pharmacy Technician is denied. Decision effective 5/4/2012.
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Herrera, Steve, TCH 68927, Administrative Case AC 3926
La Puente, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is voluntarily surrendered. Decision effective 5/25/2012.
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Higley, Mary, RPH 37064, Administrative Case AC 4174
Newport Beach, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is voluntarily surrendered. Decision effective 5/4/2012.
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Javier, Russell R., TCH 72666, Administrative Case AC 4079
Riverside, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked and the right to practice or operate has ended.  Decision effective 4/23/2012.
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Jones, Darek, RPH 59702, Administrative Case AC 3813
Pacific Grove, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked, the revocation is stayed and the license is placed on probation for five years. The terms and conditions of probation are being suspended from practicing pharmacy as a pharmacist for ninety days, cannot supervise any intern pharmacist, perform preceptor duties, or be PIC, no ownership of any board licensed entity, practice must be supervised, must successfully complete an approved ethics course, and complete 100 hours of community service for each year of probation for the first three years. Decision effective 5/18/12.
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Kho, Yin Tat William, RPH 49713, Administrative Case AC 3860
Fullerton, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked, the revocation is stayed and the license is placed on probation for four years. The terms and conditions of probation are cannot supervise any intern pharmacist, perform preceptor duties or be PIC, complete 100 hours of community service for each year of probation, practice must be supervised, no ownership of any Board licensed entity, and must successfully complete an approved ethics course. Decision effective 5/4/2012.
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Kolakowski, Angela Lynn, Applicant, Statement of Issues Case SI 4052
Modesto, CA
The Application for Registration as a Pharmacy Technician is denied. Decision effective 6/25/2012.
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Lam, Jimmy B., Applicant, Statement of Issues Case SI 3999
San Francisco, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the application for registration as a pharmacy technician is denied.  Decision effective 4/23/2012.
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Lindsay, Robert Louis, TCH 85304, Administrative Case AC 3847
Costa Mesa, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is publicly reproved. Decision effective June 28, 2012.
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Magdaleno, Robert, TCH 110546, Statement of Issues Case SI 4178
Stockton, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the Application for Pharmacy Technician is granted. The license is issued, revoked, the revocation is stayed and the license is placed on probation for three years. The terms and conditions include passing the pharmacy technician certification exam and no ownership of any board licensed entity. Decision effective date 5/18/12.
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Makasini, Anasilini R., TCH 43918, Administrative Case AC 3643
Hayward, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked.  Per a court order, the revocation is stayed and the license is suspended until October 1, 2012.  Decision effective 4/13/2012.
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Mananian, Elizabeth, TCH 59117, Administrative Case AC 3958
Los Angeles, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked and the right to practice or operate has ended.  Decision effective 4/12/2012.
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Mantese, Gary, RPH 47841, Administrative Case AC 4141
St. Louis, MO
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked and the right to practice or operate has ended. Decision effective date 5/18/2012.
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Markarian, Serj, RPH 54284, Administrative Case AC 3601
Burbank, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked, the revocation is stayed and the license is placed on probation for five years. The terms and conditions of probation are being suspended from practicing pharmacy for 60 days, no supervision of interns, perform preceptor duties, or be PIC, must successfully complete an approved ethics course, no new ownership of any board licensed entity, and complete 60 hours of community service for the first three years of probation. Decision effective 6/7/2012.
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Martinez, Jonathan, TCH 71595, Administrative Case AC 3675
South Gate, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked and the right to practice or operate has ended. Decision effective 6/25/2012.
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Mason, Hannah, RPH 46923, Administrative Case AC 4207
Lancaster, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked, the revocation is stayed and the license is placed on probation for four years. The terms and conditions of probation are cannot supervise any intern pharmacist, perform preceptor duties or be PIC, complete testimonial letter, no ownership of any Board licensed entity,
Decision effective 4/23/2012.
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Mendez, Tanya R., TCH 80838, Administrative Case AC 4115
San Marcos, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked and the right to practice or operate has ended.  Decision effective 4/12/2012.
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Moreland, Christina, TCH 86174, Administrative Case AC 3900
Corona, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked and the right to practice or operate has ended. Decision effective 5/4/2012.
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Moskavian, Shake, TCH 44114, Administrative Case AC 3817
West Covina, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked and the right to practice or operate has ended. Decision effective 6/7/2012.
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Mumbert, William, RPH 48782, Administrative Case AC 4148
Tahoe City, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked and the right to practice or operate has ended.  Decision effective 4/12/2012.
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Ng, John Waito, RPH 33438, Administrative Case AC 3969
Fremont, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked, the revocation is stayed and the license is placed on probation for five years.  The terms and conditions of probation are suspended from the practice of pharmacy for seven days, cannot supervise any intern pharmacist, perform preceptor duties or be PIC, complete 250 hours of community service, complete an approved remedial education program, practice must be supervised, no ownership of any Board licensed entity, must successfully complete an approved ethics course. Decision effective 4/23/2012.
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Nishi, Norman, RPH 25974, Administrative Case AC 4249
Manhattan Beach, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is voluntarily surrendered.  Decision effective 4/12/2012.
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Panopio, Ryan, TCH 110086, Administrative Case AC 4188
Castro Valley, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked and the right to practice or operate has ended. Decision effective 6/7/2012.
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Patel, Gita, RPH 31173. Administrative Case AC 3358
Norwalk, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked, the revocation is stayed and the license is placed on probation for three years. The terms and conditions of probation are no supervision of interns, perform preceptor duties, can be PIC, must successfully complete remedial education, no ownership of any board licensed entity, keep a separate file of records, and complete 100 hours of community service per each year of probation. Decision effective 6/25/2012.
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Patterson II, Charles Thomas, TCH 16685, Administrative Case AC 4039
San Diego, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked and the right to practice or operate has ended. Decision effective 6/7/2012.
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Pimental, Steven J., TCH 105406, Statement of Issues Case SI 4002
Simi Valley, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the Application for Pharmacy Technician License is granted. The license is issued, revoked, the revocation is stayed and the license is placed on probation for three years.  The terms and conditions include passing the pharmacy technician certification exam, no ownership of any of board licensed entity, needs a work site monitor. Decision effective 4/23/2012.
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Pogosyan, Asatur, TCH 42825, Administrative Case AC 3834
Sun Valley, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked, the revocation is stayed and the license is placed on probation for four years. The terms and conditions of probation are passing the pharmacy technician certification exam, no ownership of any Board licensed entity, must have a work site monitor, complete 30 hours of community service within the first two years of probation. Decision effective 4/23/2012.
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Portillo, Nelson, TCH 74159, Administrative Case AC 3810
North Hollywood, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is voluntarily surrendered. Decision effective 5/4/2012.
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Pustilnikova, Irina, RPH 57750, Administrative Case AC 3943
Sherman Oaks, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked, the revocation is stayed and the license is placed on probation for five years. The terms and conditions of probation are cannot supervise any intern pharmacist, perform preceptor duties, may be PIC with consultant, complete 50 hours of community service for each year on probation, no ownership of any board licensed entity, and must successfully complete an approved ethics course. Decision effective date 5/18/2012.
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Quintana, Jr., Roberto, TCH 104835, Administrative Case AC 4008
Modesto, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked and the right to practice or operate has ended. Decision effective 6/7/2012.
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Rishwain, Tim, RPH 38329, Administrative Case AC 4102
Stockton, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked and the right to practice or operate has ended. Decision effective 5/29/12.
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Ritchey, Kenneth, EXC 20162, Administrative Case AC 3801
Islamorada, FL
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is voluntarily surrendered.  Decision effective 4/12/2012.
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Rockwell, Megan, TCH 93781, Administrative Case AC 3904
Lakewood, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is voluntarily surrendered. Decision effective 5/25/2012.
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Salimi, Naveed Asharf, TCH 11230, Administrative Case AC 3485
Garden Grove, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked and the right to practice or operate has ended. Decision effective 6/7/2012.
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Sanchez, Daniel Moises, TCH 48039, Administrative Case AC 3791
Los Angeles, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked and the right to practice or operate has ended. Decision effective 6/7/2012.
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Sanchez, Eber Isai, TCH 56286, Administrative Case AC 3505
Long Beach, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked, the revocation is stayed and the license is placed on probation for three years. The terms and conditions of probation are passing the pharmacy technician certification exam, no ownership of any Board licensed entity, must have a work site monitor, complete 50 hours of community service within the first two years of probation or complete an approved anger management course. Decision effective 4/23/2012.
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Scott, Jerrell A., TCH 95574, Statement of Issues Case SI 4000
Desert Hot Springs, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the Application for Pharmacy Technician License is granted. The license is issued, revoked, the revocation is stayed and the license is placed on probation for three years.  The terms and conditions include passing the pharmacy technician certification exam, no ownership of any of board licensed entity, needs a work site monitor, must complete 50 hours of community service. Decision effective 4/23/2012.
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Serhal, Andre G., TCH 73079, Administrative Case AC 3444
Monrovia, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked and the right to practice or operate has ended.  Decision effective 4/23/2012.
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Shalaby, Samy G., RPH 49748, Administrative Case AC 3869
Culver City, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked, the revocation is stayed and the license is placed on probation for five years.  The terms and conditions of probation are cannot supervise any intern pharmacist, perform preceptor duties or be PIC, complete 200 hours of community service, practice must be supervised, no ownership of any Board licensed entity, must successfully complete an approved ethics course. Decision effective 4/23/2012.
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Smith, Christopher J., RPH 44647, Administrative Case AC 3779
Newbury, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked, the revocation is stayed and the license is placed on probation for five years.  The terms and conditions of probation are cannot supervise any intern pharmacist, perform preceptor duties or be PIC, complete 150 hours of community service, no ownership of any Board licensed entity. Decision effective 4/23/2012.
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Snyder, Jake, EXC 18204, Administrative Case AC 3331
Superior, CO 80027
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked, the revocation is stayed and the license is placed on probation for four years. Terms and conditions of probation are not being a designated representative in charge of any entity licensed by the board. License was voluntarily surrendered. Decision effective 5/7/2012.
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Sohal, Prince, TCH 68528, Administrative Case AC 3689
Fresno, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked, the revocation is stayed and the license is placed on probation for three years. The terms and conditions of probation are passing the pharmacy technician certification exam, no ownership of any Board licensed entity, complete 100 hours of community service. Decision effective 4/23/2012.
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Sternberg, Andrew, RPH 32370, Administrative Case AC 3377
West Hills, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked, the revocation is stayed and the license is placed on probation for three years. The terms and conditions of probation are to maintain a separate file of records and submit quarterly reports of controlled substances. Decision effective date 6/25/12.
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Tamayo, Gabriel, TCH 61215, Administrative Case AC 4200
Escondido, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked and the right to practice or operate has ended. Decision effective 5/25/2012.
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Tom, Eugenia, TCH 18794, Administrative Case AC 4068
San Francisco, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked, the revocation is stayed and the license is placed on probation for five years. The terms and conditions of probation are no ownership of any board licensed entity. Decision effective 5/25/2012.
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Tran, Thang, RPH 41172, Administrative Case AC 3802
Huntington Beach, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked and the right to practice or operate has ended. Decision effective 6/3/2012.
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Tyree Jr., Calvin, RPH 70451, Statement of Issues Case SI 4093
Boulder, CO
Through a disciplinary action of the Board, the license is issued, revoked, the revocation stayed, and placed on five years probation subject to the terms and conditions as indicated in the Decision.
Decision effective 05/04/2012.
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Uribe, Salma, TCH 56000, Administrative Case AC 3778
Madera, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked, the revocation is stayed and the license is placed on probation for five years. The terms and conditions of probation are passing the pharmacy technician certification exam, complete 30 hours of community service for the first two years of probation. Decision effective 4/12/2012.
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Valdivia, Justin, TCH 77784, Administrative Case AC 4078
Watsonville, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked and the right to practice or operate has ended. Decision effective 6/7/2012.
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Van Ewyk, Mark, RPH 56848, Administrative Case AC 3910
Kennesaw, GA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is voluntarily surrendered.  Decision effective 4/12/2012.
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Velazquez, Bonnie, Applicant, Statement of Issues Case SI 3449
National City, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the application for registration as a pharmacy technician is denied.  Decision effective 4/23/2012.
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Vega, Jose, TCH 52827, Administrative Case AC 3527
Riverside, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked and the right to practice or operate has ended.  Decision effective 4/12/2012.
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Villafana, Victor, TCH 48083, Administrative case AC 3437
Pico Rivera, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked and the right to practice or operate has ended. Decision effective date 5/18/12.
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Walker, Charles, RPH 32316, Administrative Case AC 3865
Vallejo, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked, the revocation is stayed and the license is placed on probation for three years. The terms and conditions of probation are no supervision of interns, perform preceptor duties, or be PIC. Decision effective 6/22/2012.
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Weeks, Donald, RPH 38871, Administrative Case AC 3167
Fallbrook, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is publicly reprimanded, revoked, the revocation is stayed and the license is placed on probation for three years.  The terms and conditions of probation are complete 160 hours of community service, no ownership of any Board licensed entity, cannot supervise any intern pharmacist, perform preceptor duties or be PIC, complete an approved ethics course. Decision effective 4/23/2012.
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Winters, Cooper, TCH 100859, Administrative Case AC 3975
Petaluma, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is voluntarily surrendered.  Decision effective 4/12/2012.
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Facility Licenses

Acton Pharmacy, PHY 48219, Administrative Case AC 4207
Acton, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked, the revocation is stayed and the license is placed on probation for four years. Decision effective April 23, 2012.
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AD-RX Pharmacy, PHY 44831, Administrative Case AC 3539
Los Angeles, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked, stayed and placed on probation for five years.  License is subject to terms and conditions which include but are not limited to: shall post a notice of probation and provide free health-care related services to a community or charitable facility or agency in the amount of $100,000.00.  Effective 04/02/2012.
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CVS Pharmacy #1176, PHY 48257, Administrative case AC 3970
Lomita, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked, the revocation is stayed and the license is placed on probation for four years. The terms and conditions of probation are post a notice of probation, and community service program consisting of donating 1,500 free immunizations. Decision effective 5/4/2012.
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Faast Pharmacy, PHY 47454, Administrative Case AC 3781
Bakersfield, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked, the revocation is stayed and the license is placed on probation for three years.  The terms and conditions of probation are post a probation notice.  Decision effective 4/23/2012.
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Gulf Coast Pharmaceuticals, OSD 4567, Administrative Case AC 3801
Ocean Springs, MS
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is voluntarily surrendered.  Decision effective 4/12/2012.
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Kovac’s Pharmacy, PHY 49968, Administrative case AC 3943
Van Nuys, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked, the revocation is stayed and the license is placed on probation for five years. The terms and conditions of probation are posting a notice of probation and complete 50 hours of community service for each year of probation. Decision effective date 5/18/2012.
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Pacifica Pharmacy Corp, PHY 46715, Administrative Case AC 3802
Huntington Beach, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked and the right to practice or operate has ended. Decision effective 6/3/2012.
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Superior Medical Supply, OSD 4574, Administrative case AC 3331
Westminster, CO
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked, the revocation is stayed, and the license is placed on probation for five years. The terms and conditions of probation are posting a notice of probation. Decision effective 5/7/2012.
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Target Store No. T-289, PHY 45438, Administrative Case AC 3358
Cerritos, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked, the revocation is stayed and the license is placed on probation for five years. The terms and conditions of probation are owners and officers knowledge of the law, posting a notice of probation, community service program consisting of 125 hours, and submit quarterly reports of controlled substances. Decision effective 6/25/2012.
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