(Associated Press) A Kansas doctor scrutinized for referring young patients for late-term abortions remains barred from practicing medicine after a state board declared Friday that her inadequate record-keeping justified the revocation of her license.
The State Board of Healing Arts stripped Dr. Ann Kristin Neuhaus of her license to provide charity care in 2012, finding she had performed substandard mental health exams in 2003 for 11 patients ages 10 to 18 before referring them to the late Dr. George Tiller's clinic in Wichita.
Neuhaus challenged the findings earlier this year. A Shawnee County District Court judge agreed Neuhaus had kept inadequate records but nonetheless ordered the board to reconsider its decision.
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