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NEVADA STATE BOARD OF OSTEOPATHIC MEDICINE
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19, 2000
NEVADA EYE AND EAR
CONFERENCE ROOM
2598 WINDMILL PARKWAY
HENDERSON, NV 89014

I Call to Order: Rudy R. Manthei, D.O., Chairman

The chairman Dr. Manthei called the meeting to order at 9:05 AM. Present: Dr. Manthei - Chairman, Dr. Daitch - Member, Dr. Schreiber - Member, Dr. Bannister-Member, Sara Price, Esq. Assistant Attorney General, Wauna Selleck, Dr. Tarno – Executive Director, Mr. Kersey-Member, and John Delap, III.
II Minutes
The minutes of the January 15, 1999 meeting were mailed previously to each member. Mr. Kersey made a motion to accept the minutes. Dr. Bannister seconded the motion. There were no major corrections and the motion passed.
III Election of Officers:
President (Chairman) – Mr. Kersey moved to retain Dr. Manthei as President. Dr. Daitch seconded and the motion passed 4-0 with Dr. Manthei abstaining. Vice-President – Mr. Kersey moved to retain Dr. Schreiber as Vice-President of the board. Dr. Manthei seconded. The motion passed 4-0 with Dr. Schreiber abstaining. Secretary/Treasurer – Dr. Bannister made a motion to retain Mr. Kersey as Secretary/Treasurer. Dr. Daitch seconded and the motion passed 4 – 0 with Mr. Kersey abstaining.
IV Financial Report:
Dr. Tarno reported of the financial condition of the board. Expenditures through April 17, 2000 for the fiscal year starting July 1, 1999 are $45,391 with $11,600 projected expenses to the end of June. That would equal less than $60,000 spent to operate the board for the year compared to $69,000 in FY 1998-1999. Projected income for the year is estimated at over $64,000. This would mean the board would be in the black for the fiscal year. This would leave a projected balance of about $109,000 in the bank account. Dr. Tarno will have final (unaudited) figures at the next meeting. V Investigative Report:
There were no cases to report from the northern part of the state per Dr. Bannister. There were no cases to report from the South – Dr. Daitch. Sara Price, Esq., reported that there are three cases that the Attorney General’s office is working on with one close to hearing. Legal Report:
Sara Price, Esq., reported that a new person has been hired to replace her. VII FSMB Medical Guidelines for the use of controlled substances for the treatment
There was discussion of the topic but no action was tabled.
+VII Executive Directors Report:
A. A malpractice action was reported B. Mr. Kersey reported on his attendance at the FSMB House of Delegates Meeting. He reported on some sentiment towards a national licensing movement being supported by the Military, HMO’s, and big government. He also reported on more and more states starting to profile doctors because of pressure from the public. Apparently a suggestion was made that if a state legislature mandated this that it should not be done without money from the state. C. Nevada Health Professionals Assistance Foundation. Dr. Tarno reported that $1500 had been donated to the foundation by this board matched by NOMA. D. Discussion of the proposed SB 199 from last legislative session. Sara Price was concerned about some of the wording in the proposed changes to NRS 633 in the original draft of SB 199. She volunteered to correct those areas. The entire proposed changes must be received by the Executive Department by May 1st.
VIII Sheldon Stein, D.O.:
Dr. Stein requested to appear at the meeting to discuss the board’s position concerning Internet prescribing. Mr. Newman representing Dr. Stein’s practice described their intention to prescribe based on having records on a patient in their files and only after assurance of a physician’s exam. The board did not take action or agree on a policy statement regarding this situation. The board members did express concern that prescribing should be done by a licensed physician and that patient records be accessible by the prescribing physician.
+X Interview of applicants: CLOSED SESSION
XI
Voting on Applicants:
Eric Grant, D.O.
Dr. Daitch made a motion to grant a license. Seconded by Dr. Bannister Passed unanimously. He will have license #969 Zsolt Fodor, D.O.
Dr. Bannister made a motion to grant a license. Seconded by Mr. Kersey Passed unanimously. He will have license #975. Kevin T. Slaughter, D.O.
Dr. Daitch made a motion to grant a license. Seconded by Dr. Schreiber. Passed unanimously. He will have license # 973. Brian Lemper, D.O.
Dr. Daitch made a motion to grant a license. Seconded by Dr. Schreiber Passed unanimously. He will have license #971. Jack L. Davis, D.O.
Mr. Kersey made a motion to grant a license. Seconded by Dr. Schreiber. Passed unanimously. He will have license #968. Marc Jeser, D.O.
Dr. Daitch made a motion to grant a license. Seconded by Dr. Schreiber Passed unanimously. He will have license #970. Kenneth Breeden, D.O.
Mr. Kersey made a motion to grant a license. Seconded by Dr. Schreiber Passed unanimously. He will have license #966. Kimberly McGinn, D.O.
Dr. Schreiber made a motion to grant a license. Seconded by Dr. Bannister. Passed unanimously. She will have license #972. Fred Burson, D.O.
Mr. Kersey made a motion to grant a license. Seconded by Dr. Daitch Passed unanimously. He will have license #967 William Nielson, PA-C.
Dr. Schreiber made a motion to grant a certificate. Seconded by Dr. Daitch. Passed unanimously. He will have certificate #84 Marc Fortune, D.O.
Motion made to table licensure at this time. His file was not complete. Give oral exam to applicant. Joseph Stevenson, D.O.
Dr. Daitch made a motion to grant a license. Seconded by Dr. Schreiber. Passed unanimously. He will have license #972. Newton Yco, D.O.
Dr. Schreiber made a motion to grant a license. Seconded by Dr. Bannister Passed unanimously. He will have license #974. XII Future Agenda:
Discussion of Proposed changes to NRS 633
XIII Public Comment:

Meeting:
The next meeting will be in Reno on July 29th, 2000.
XV Adjourn

+X Interview of Applicants: CLOSED SESSION
Eric Grant, D.O.
Asked about training history. Asked about woman at term with heavy uterine bleeding. No derogatory information is known. Zsolt Fodor, D.O.
Training history started OB/GYN training in Detroit for 1 year then switched to Family Practice and continued training in Utah. Asked about patient in ER that may have ingested 100 caps of Sinequan. He was asked about a 68 year old man with apparent CHF. No derogatory information is known. Kevin T. Slaughter, D.O. Emergency Medicine
He reviewed training. He was asked about new patient with Horner’s syndrome. He
was asked about obtunded patient with overdose of Sinequan. He was asked about
child that ingested iron and vitamin pills. No derogatory information.
Brian Lemper, D.O.
He gave training history. He was asked about assessing a patient that is to have an epidural. He was asked about dosing Neurotin. His interest is in pain management. No derogatory information. Jack L. Davis, D.O.
Reviewed history. Asked about radial head fracture. He was asked about severe infection of foot through puncture of a shoe. He was asked about young athlete (hurdler) with ischial fracture. No derogatory information. Marc Jeser, D.O.
He reviewed training. He was asked about a child with dislocated elbow. He was also asked about a 3-month-old child with 24-hour history of malaise and fever. He was asked about a child overdosing on FeSO4 and Vitamins. No derogatory information. Kenneth Breeden, D.O. Family Practice Resident
Reviewed history of training. Asked about 45-year-old female with right-sided
abdominal pain and the differential diagnoses. He was asked about erythema
multiforme considerations. No derogatory information.
Kimberly McGinn, D.O. Family Practice
Reviewed history. She was asked about RSD. She was also asked about red flags for
lower back pain. She was asked about immunizations for 48-year-old male. She was
asked about cat bite of hand. There is no derogatory information.


Fred Burson, D.O.

History of training was given. He was asked about gestational diabetes and shoulder dystocia. He was asked about criteria for use of vacuum extractor in delivery. There is no derogatory information. William Nielson, PA-C
He is with Dr. King. He reviewed history of training. He was asked about red flags in
person with back pain. He was further asked about an 8-day-old infant with a fever of
101. No derogatory information.
Mark Fortune, D.O.
He has appeared before the board before. Need copy of his diploma. He was asked about red flags of back pain. He was asked about treating Herpes Zoster and reasons for treating it. He was asked about angioneurotic edema. He was asked about treating puncture would of foot. Joseph Stevenson, D.O. Cardiology
He was asked about training. He was asked about aortic stenosis. He gave teaching
on that subject. There is no derogatory information.
Newton Yco, D.O.
Reviewed history of training. He was asked the difference between dementia and delirium. He was asked about incontinence, aortic stenosis, swollen elbow. There is no derogatory information.

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