Formal complaints issued against 4 ETX doctors
POSTED: Tuesday, October 8, 2013 - 4:18pm
UPDATED: Wednesday, October 9, 2013 - 9:36am
Tyler, Texas (KETK — According to the Texas Medical Board, four East Texas doctors have been pegged with formal complaints.
George R. Smith, Jr. M.D., of Gladewater, and David A. Mosig, D.O., of Nacogdoches, are both being investigated my the TMB for felony convictions.
According to the TMB, Smith practices medicine at the Hugman-Kent Clinic in Gladewater located at 307 West Upshur Avenue. The complaint against Smith was filed September 10.
Mosig is a contracted ER doctor at Nacogdoches Memorial Hospital, Mosig is also being investigated for felony conviction by the Board via formal complaint filed September 12.
We spoke to the interim CEO of Nacogdoches Memorial who had no knowledge of the formal complaint, but he tells KETK he will be looking into it.
Dr. Scott Holland of Gilmer has had a formal complaint filed against him for failure to meet the standard of care, non-therapeutic prescribing,
inadequate medical records and failure to follow Board guidelines for treatment of pain.
Holland is a pediatrician at ETMC First Physicians clinic in Gilmer, located at 711 North Titus. The complaint was filed September 26.
Job Mongare, M.D., is a physician at the ETMC Neurological Institute in Athens, located at 113 North Murchison Street. A complaint was filed on August 29, stating Mongare had sex with a patient he treated.
All investigations were launched by the Texas Medical Board. This is not a case of disciplinary action, more so, they are responding to complaints through investigations both internally and externally.