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California State Board of Pharmacy

Disciplinary Actions for July 1, 2005 - September 30, 2005

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Personal Licenses

Albright, William Louis, RPH 27645, Administrative Case AC 2721
Del Mar, 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 7/1/05.
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Anderson, Matthew D., TCH 29247, Administrative Case AC 2840
Citrus Heights, 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 9/22/05.
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Areepong, Nalinee, RPH 38357, Administrative Case AC 2762
Montebello, 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 9/22/05.
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Baldisseri, Robert, RPH 26360, Administrative Case AC 2827
Novato, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the disciplinary order under Accusation Number 2249, which was originally stayed, is now imposed and the license is revoked and the right to practice or operate has ended. Decision effective 7/28/05.
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Berger, Arthur Howard., RPH 30997, Administrative Case AC 2279
Agoura 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 suspended from practicing as a pharmacist for 60 days, cannot supervise any intern pharmacist, perform preceptor duties or be PIC, and no ownership of any board-licensed entity. Decision effective 8/12/05.
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Blannin, Antoinette M., TCH 12836, Administrative Case AC 2790
Yorba Linda, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is voluntarily surrendered. Decision effective 7/20/05.
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Bryant, Rubin, TCH 12034, Administrative Case AC 2618
Los Angeles, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is voluntarily surrendered. Decision effective 7/20/05.
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Chau, Loan, TCH 54960, Statement of Issues Case SI 2826
Newark, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked, the revocation is stayed and the license is placed on five years probation. Decision effective 8/5/05.
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Cody, Morris Hyman, RPH 25302, Administrative Case AC 2724
Woodland Hills, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked, the revocation is stayed and the license is placed on five years probation. The terms and conditions of probation are cannot supervise any intern pharmacist, perform preceptor duties or be PIC, and a public letter has been written, signed and approved by the board for display and distribution to students, employees and instructors. Decision effective 9/2/05.
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Daniels, Cynthia Ann, RPH 46850, Administrative Case AC 2798
Rocklin, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked, the revocation is stayed and the license is placed on five years probation. The terms and conditions of probation are suspended from practicing as a pharmacist until approved by the board, practice must be supervised, cannot supervise any intern pharmacist, perform preceptor duties or be PIC, and no ownership of any board-licensed entity. Decision effective 8/12/05.
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De La Torre, Gloria, TCH 36691, Administrative Case AC 2788
San Diego, 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 8/12/05.
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Des Roches, Leslie J., TCH 36106, Administrative Case AC 2846
Pomona, 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 8/5/05.
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Dibenedetto, Lori H., RPH 49700, Administrative Case AC 2810
Exeter, NH
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked and canceled and the right to practice or operate has ended. Decision effective 8/18/05.
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Guzman, Minerva P., TCH 31508, Administrative Case AC 2841
La Habra, 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 7/28/05.
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Hall, Michael, aka Michael Lim, RPH 46426, Administrative Case AC 2686
San Francisco, CA
Accusation withdrawn and citation and fine imposed. Decision effective 7/20/05.
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Hoerrner, Jennifer, RPH 52366, Administrative Case AC 2724
San Diego, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked, the revocation is stayed and the license is placed on three years probation. The terms and conditions of probation are cannot supervise any intern pharmacist, perform any duties of a preceptor or consultant, and a public letter has been written, signed and approved by the board for display and distribution to pharmacy schools in California. Decision effective 9/2/05.
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Howard-Bennett, Susan, RPH 46815, Administrative Case AC 2747
Grass Valley, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked, the revocation is stayed and the license is placed on five years probation. The terms and conditions of probation are suspended from practicing pharmacy for one year (shall be given credit for time not practicing), cannot supervise any intern pharmacist, perform preceptor duties, or be PIC, practice must be supervised, and no ownership of any board-licensed entity. Decision effective 9/2/05.
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Ko, Yung Cheng, RPH 43037, Administrative Case AC 2697
Irvine, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked, the revocation is stayed and the license is placed on three years probation. The terms and conditions of probation are suspended from practicing pharmacy for 15 days, cannot supervise any intern pharmacist or perform preceptor duties, may be PIC with a consultant. Decision effective 8/12/05.
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Lundstad, Lance John, RPH 40910, Administrative Case AC 2794
LaCrosse, WI
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is voluntarily surrendered. Decision effective 8/18/05.
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MacMillan, David Ian, RPH 39593, Administrative Case AC 2831
Trabuco Canyon, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked, the revocation is stayed and the license is placed on five years probation. The terms and conditions of probation are suspended from practicing pharmacy for 90 days (shall be given credit for time not practicing), cannot supervise any intern pharmacist, perform preceptor duties, or be PIC, practice must be supervised, and no ownership of any board-licensed entity. Decision effective 9/16/05.
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Mecchi, Lisa Carol, RPH 33224, Administrative Case AC 2776
Sacramento, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked, the revocation is stayed and the license is placed on five years probation. The terms and conditions of probation are suspended from practicing pharmacy for 60 days, cannot supervise any intern pharmacist, perform preceptor duties, or be PIC, practice must be supervised, and no ownership of any board-licensed entity. Decision effective 7/28/05.
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Moore, Traci Kathleen, TCH 41209, Administrative Case AC 2838
Santa Ana, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is voluntarily surrendered. Decision effective 8/12/05.
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Patel, Paragi, RPH 49421, Administrative Case AC 2686
San Leandro, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked, the revocation is stayed and the license is placed on three years probation. The terms and conditions of probation are cannot supervise any intern pharmacist or perform preceptor duties, may continue to be PIC with a consultant, and no new ownership of any board-licensed entity. Decision effective 7/20/05.
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Petersberger-Moore, Irene E., TCH 54654, Administrative Case AC 2808
Citrus Heights, 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 8/18/05.
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Pham, Anthony, TCH 57172, Administrative Case AC 2852
Fountain Valley, 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 9/22/05.
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Sanchez, Karen Marie, TCH 41514, Administrative Case AC 2850
Gilroy, 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 8/5/05.
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Simental, III, Andrew, TCH 43778, Administrative Case AC 2847
Victorville, 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 9/16/05.
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Spears, Nina B., TCH 3121, Administrative Case AC 2809
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked and canceled and the right to practice or operate has ended. Decision effective 9/28/05.
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Steigleder, III, Charles John, RPH 30300, Administrative Case AC 2729
Chatsworth, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked, the revocation is stayed and the license is placed on five years probation. The terms and conditions of probation are cannot supervise any intern pharmacist, perform preceptor duties, or be PIC. Decision effective 9/16/05.
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Wells, Sonya Lee, RPH 41039, Administrative Case AC 2804
Roseville, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked, the revocation is stayed and the license is placed on five years probation. The terms and conditions of probation are cannot supervise any intern pharmacist, perform preceptor duties, or be PIC. Decision effective 7/1/05.
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Wilson, Jeannie Kim, TCH 731, Administrative Case AC 2837
Bakersfield, 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 7/28/05.
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Yuskin, Georgios C., TCH 40838, Administrative Case AC 2801
Palm Desert, 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 8/12/05.
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Zarrinnam, Majid, RPH 41736, Administrative Case AC 2787
Los Angeles, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked, the revocation is stayed and the license is placed on three years probation. The terms and conditions of probation are suspended from practicing pharmacy until approved by the board, cannot supervise any intern pharmacist, perform preceptor duties, or be PIC, and no ownership of any board-licensed entity. Decision effective 9/2/05.
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Facility Licenses

Elmhurst Pharmacy, PHY 45683, Administrative Case AC 2686
Oakland, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked, the revocation is stayed and the license is placed on three years probation. Decision effective 7/20/05.
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Mariner's Pharmacy, PHY 39924, Administrative Case AC 2697
Newport Beach, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked, the revocation is stayed and the license is placed on three years probation. The terms and conditions of probation are suspended from the operation of pharmacy for 15 days. Decision effective 8/12/05.
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Newland Pharmacy, PHY 43969, Administrative Case AC 2625
Westminster, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked, the revocation is stayed and the license is placed on three years probation. The terms and conditions of probation are conducting a presentation on legal requirements for sending prescription drugs to Vietnam. Decision effective 8/12/05.
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Pet Med Express, Inc., NRP 341, Administrative Case AC 2693
Pompano Beach, FL
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is subject to a letter of public reprimand. Decision effective 7/28/05.
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Sinai Pharmacy, PHY 35347, Administrative Case AC 2787
Reseda, CA
Through a disciplinary action of the board, the license is revoked, the revocation is stayed and the license is placed on three years probation. Decision effective 9/2/05.
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