California Medical License Defense Attorney
If you are facing a Medical Board of California investigation, accusation, or physician criminal charge, you need a respected and experienced California medical license defense attorney by your side as early as possible in the process.
Interactions with enforcement investigators and the Medical Board can be stressful and involve serious risks to your license, your assets, and your reputation. It is easy for you or your staff to make inadvertent mistakes that can incriminate you or weaken your defense.
Medical license lawyers with 65+ years experience
At Chudnovsky Law, our award-winning medical license attorneys are well known and respected by the Medical Board Investigators, Deputy Attorney Generals, and Judges that handle physician cases. We have extensive experience successfully resolving even the most difficult cases.
We develop effective defense strategies that present you in the best possible light and vigorously protect your rights. We utilize our experience, knowledge of the system, and relationships to ensure your matter is resolved as favorably as possible.
Attorneys Robert K. Weinberg, Suzanne Crouts, and Melissa DuChene have over 65 years experience handling thousands of investigation, medical license defense, DUI medical license, criminal defense, healthcare fraud, DEA, Medicare, and Federal crime matters.
Our team has extensive experience successfully defending physicians, psychiatrists, surgeons, doctors, physician assistants, nurses, podiatrists, and health care corporations. They are adept at defending physicians with the Medical Board of California (MBC), the Osteopathic Medical Board of California (OMBC), DEA, DOJ, and the Department of Consumer Affairs.
- Medical license defense
- The 6 stages in physician defense:
- 1. Complaint or criminal charge
- 2. Investigation, interview
- 3. Formal accusation filed
- 4. OAH administrative hearing
- 5. Appeal
- 6. Reinstatement or penalty relief
- Physician DUI, criminal defense
- Criminal reporting requirement
- Patient’s Right to Know Act guide
- About our attorneys
Our California medical license defense lawyer can help you understand and resolve all medical license issues, including:
- Medical Board of California complaint investigation
- Physician DUI or criminal charge
- Gross negligence or professional misconduct allegations
- Unlawful prescribing practices, DEA, opioid and drug diversion investigations
- Health facility and peer review reporting (BPC § 805)
- Failure to adequately supervise nurse or physician extenders
- Positive drug test, substance abuse or mental health issues
- Sexual misconduct allegations
- Health care fraud, Medi-Cal, Medicaid, Medicare fraud allegations
- Medical Practice Act violations
- Medical board disciplinary actions
You take care of patients – Now let us protect you
We know the pressure you are dealing with and are 100% focused on protecting you, your reputation, and your practice. We do not judge, we are only here to help.
If you would like the best outcome possible, call (844) 325-1444. Our experienced medical license lawyer will vigorously defend you and your license.
We represent physicians throughout all of California, including: Los Angeles County, Orange County, Riverside County, San Bernardino County, San Diego County, Santa Barbara County, Santa Clara County, Alameda County, Sacramento County, Contra Costa County, and Ventura County.
The 6 stages of medical license defense
Medical license defense is the legal practice of defending a physician at 6 stages in disciplinary actions:  Doctor complaint or crime,  Investigation and interview,  Formal Accusation,  OAH Administrative Hearing,  Appeal, and  Reinstatement.
Our California medical license defense attorneys specialize in defending physicians licensed by the Medical Board of California and OMBC. Physicians are subject to professional standards defined in the Medical Practice Act and CA MBC regulations. If you need legal help, call (844) 325-1444 to speak with a lawyer.
MBC and OMBC medical licenses can face discipline at different stages. New license applications can be denied due to a criminal record, pending criminal actions, discipline history in another state, USMLE scores, program or education deficiency, or a medical degree from a university not recognized by the California Medical Board.
Existing medical licenses can face disciplinary actions in six stages:
1. Physician Complaint or Criminal Charge
Medical Board enforcement activity begins when the Central Complaint Unit (CCU) receives one of the following notifications:
- A complaint filed by a patient, insurance company, health care practitioner or anonymous party that believes you violated the Medical Practice Act.
- Notice of a criminal charge or conviction.
- Health care facility or peer review 805 report.
- Sexual misconduct 805.8 report.
- Disciplinary action in another state.
- Medical malpractice settlement or award disclosure (BPC § 801.01), coroner report of death due to physician gross negligence (BPC § 802.5), outpatient surgery center adverse event report (BPC § 2216.3), or medical procedure outside of an acute care hospital resulting in patient death (BPC § 2240(a)).
A CCU analyst will research the complaint or notice to determine if it falls within the Board’s jurisdiction and whether investigation and disciplinary actions should be taken. The analyst may request the licensee provide a written response to a complaint. If the analyst determines a violation may have occurred, the case will be referred to one of 12 district offices for investigation by the DCA Division of Investigation.
Physician criminal charge or DUI
If you have been arrested for a physician DUI or any alleged criminal act, it is important to hire a criminal defense lawyer knowledgable about medical license defense. The period after arrest for a crime is a crucial window of opportunity to protect your license. Every effort should be made to get the charge dismissed or reduced.
Robert Weinberg, Suzanne Crouts, and Melissa DuChene are physician license defense lawyers and criminal defense attorneys. They has over 65 years of experience handling physician criminal matters. They strategically balance delicate disclosure, plea, and criminal defense considerations key to protecting a medical license and ability to practice after the criminal issue is resolved.
2. Medical License Investigation, Interview
Physicians can become aware of a medical license investigation by receiving a phone call, medical records request, subpoena or letter from the MBC or Department of Consumer Affairs Division of Investigation, Health Quality Investigation Unit (HQIU). The HQIU handles investigations for the Medical Board of California and OMBC.
Medical Board HQIU investigators are former law enforcement detectives, medical investigators, forensics experts, DEA agents and other experienced investigators with years of experience in the art of interrogation and investigation. They are sworn peace officers with the power to arrest you, execute warrants and testify to hearsay in hearings.
Medical license investigations create risks, distractions and uncertainty. Even though investigators often appear friendly, casually asking to “hear your side of the story.” In reality, they are usually meticulously building a case against you.
Interviews/investigations are a key opportunity to show discipline is unwarranted
It is crucial not to take an investigation or interview lightly, no matter how confident you are in the facts. It is very easy to inadvertently incriminate yourself or weaken your defense. You are dealing with seasoned investigators who are not on your side. Getting an investigation closed with no disciplinary action is the primary goal.
Our first step is to request a summary of the allegations against you and determine the scope of investigation to date. Then we help you prepare a robust defense strategy and response that demonstrates why discipline is unwarranted and prepares you for the interview. Depending on the case, we may take some or all of the following steps:
- Carefully review the facts and understand the evidentiary record.
- Get an expert review of relevant records.
- Identify and consult appropriate medical and forensic experts.
- Thoroughly review the laws governing the alleged misconduct.
- Obtain an expert psychological assessment and rehabilitation plan, if needed.
- Develop a rehabilitation strategy for any chemical dependency issue.
- Utilize a defense investigator to interview witnesses and obtain any needed evidence.
- Obtain any relevant records needed.
- Assess any potential criminal liability and how that affects your defense.
- Meet with the Board Investigator to present a response package to disprove the allegation or minimize the degree of the offense.
Once the investigator has gathered all relevant information, the case is sent for review by an MBC Expert Reviewer for determination on whether to initiate disciplinary action.
If you are facing an investigation, call us at (844) 325-1444 to learn how to protect yourself and develop an effective legal defense strategy. Representation by an experienced Medical Board of California defense attorney can greatly increase the odds of resolving your case in the investigation phase with no disciplinary action.
Important Note: If your case is resolved in the investigation stage, the allegation against you will not be published on the Medical Board’s website or Breeze.
3. Formal Accusation Filed
If a Deputy Attorney General in the Health Quality Enforcement Section of the Attorney General’s Office believes the legal standard has been met for a serious violation, formal charges will be drafted in an Accusation. Once the Attorney General files an Accusation against your license, it will become a public record published on the Medical Board website, MBC iOS app and Breeze.
In some instances, the Board may request that the Attorney General file a petition to compel a licensee to submit to a competency or psychiatric examination instead of, or preceding the filing of, a Formal Accusation.
Once you receive an Accusation, you will have 15 days to respond or you will lose your license via a default decision (Gov § 11505). If you retain our firm to resolve your case, we need to quickly and timely file a ‘Notice of Defense’ to begin a dual defense track:
- a) Argue and negotiate: Vigorously argue the accusations as appropriate, or carefully negotiate the best terms possible for a Stipulated Settlement (plea agreement) with the Attorney General’s Office. If terms are reached that you agree with, a Stipulated Settlement and Disciplinary Order will be executed to resolve the matter. The order will outline the terms you will abide by in order to keep your license.
- b) Prepare for Hearing: If needed, prepare for a Hearing with the Department of Justice, Office of Administrative Hearings (OAH).
Consequences of a Formal Accusation
The professional, emotional and financial costs of receiving a Formal Accusation can be devastating – especially for physicians who are warm, healing caregivers. Accusations are publicly available and the Patient’s Right to Know Act enforces strict written patient disclosure requirements that can amplify the damage to a physician’s practice.
This is when the experienced counsel of a respected and strategic physician license lawyer can help protect you and your license. We have decades of experience defending physicians at every stage in the process.
You can rely on our experience to honestly assess your risks, develop a holistic defense strategy and obtain the best resolution possible. We work methodically to expose weaknesses in the Board’s case, present you in the best possible light and explain how you are so much more than the list of allegations described in an Accusation.
If you have received an Accusation, contact us as soon as possible to review your case and preserve your rights to defend yourself.
4. Administrative Hearing at OAH
If your matter is not resolved in the Accusation stage, an Administrative Hearing will be necessary at the Office of Administrative Hearings (OAH) in Los Angeles, Oakland, Sacramento or San Diego. This is a legal proceeding with a presiding Administrative Law Judge from the OAH Medical Quality Hearing Panel deciding your case.
The hearing will occur at OAH with a Judge, your counsel and a Deputy Attorney General with many years of experience. Prosecution and defense will be able to argue their case and present evidence subject to rules of evidence. The Judge will take the information presented under consideration and has 30 days to render a proposed decision (CA Govt Code § 11517).
A seven-member panel of the MBC will then review the Judge’s proposed decision and make a final disciplinary decision whether to revoke, suspend, or restrict the license, or impose other administrative actions. The most common outcome of an Administrative Hearing is the retention of the license subject to probationary terms.
Robert K. Weinberg, Suzanne Crouts, and Melissa DuChene have over 65 years experience representing clients in OAH, California Superior Courts, and U.S. Federal Courts for professional licensing and criminal defense matters. They have handled thousands of cases and administrative hearings and are prepared to vigorously defend you and skillfully challenge any case presented by the Medical Board.
5. Writ of Mandamus Appeal
If you have lost a medical license case in an OAH Hearing, a writ of mandamus provides a method of appealing the decision in California Superior Court. A licensee usually has 30 days from the effective date of the OAH decision to file the writ petition in Superior Court.
Writ petitions are infrequently utilized to overturn the result of Administrative Hearings. However, if your attorney believes errors were made by the MBC or OAH, a writ of mandamus can provide relief. If a writ petition does not produce a favorable ruling, the next venue with jurisdiction is the California Court of Appeals, and then the California Supreme Court. Appeals are a very technical area of law with complex evidence, timeline and scope of review limitations.
6. License Reinstatement or Penalty Relief
Chudnovsky Law represents licensees submitting petitions for reinstatement and other types of relief. Physicians can petition the Medical Board of California for reinstatement of a previously revoked license, a reduction in penalties, or early termination of a probation period. Varying time periods apply before a petition can be filed:
- Petition for license reinstatement may be filed three years after the effective date of the surrender or revocation for unprofessional conduct. For a license surrender or revocation due to mental or physical illness, the petition may be filed one year after the effective date of the disciplinary action.
- Petition for early termination of probation may be filed after two years have passed from the effective date of the disciplinary action or the date the license was issued in probationary status for ordered probation periods of three years or more. If the period of ordered probation is less than three years, the petition can be filed after one year has elapsed from the effective date of the action.
- Petition for modification of penalties may be filed when at least one year has passed from the effective date of the disciplinary action or the date the license was issued in probationary status.
The MBC can deny a petition filed within 2 years of the effective date of the prior decision without a hearing or argument. The MBC will not consider a petition if:
- The licensee is under sentence for any criminal offense, including parole or probation.
- There is a pending accusation or petition to revoke probation against the licensee.
Chudnovsky Law is experienced in creating winning petitions for reinstatement and modification of penalties. Call us at (844) 325-1444 to assess your options and how we can help protect you at every stage of medical license defense.
Physician criminal defense attorney
In recent years, media coverage and surges in state and federal enforcement activity in areas like health care fraud strike forces and drug task forces have made many physicians feel like they are unfairly targeted.
Law enforcement investigations, arrests and criminal charges can pose a serious risk to your California medical license. Even a simple misdemeanor physician DUI can trigger license investigations and disciplinary actions that can hurt your reputation and practice.
It is crucial that doctors hire a specialized physician criminal defense attorney or physician DUI lawyer that is expert in both licensing and criminal law. Doctors have complex criminal defense needs that must be meticulously executed in order to secure the best possible outcome.
Attorneys Robert K. Weinberg, Melissa DuChene, and Suzanne Crouts are rare criminal defense lawyers for doctors with expertise in both medical license defense and criminal defense. They are adept at navigating the complex intersection of federal, DEA, professional license defense, and criminal laws. They have over 65+ years experience defending physicians and healthcare professional facing every kind of criminal matter, including:
- All misdemeanor and felony charges
- State, DEA, CMS, H&HS OIG, DOH and DOJ Federal criminal investigations
- Physician DUI, DUI drugs, felony DUI
- Prescription offenses, positive drug test results
- Drug trafficking, RICO or unlawful prescribing of controlled substances
- Health care fraud, Medicare fraud, Medicaid fraud, Medi-Cal fraud
- Kickback violations, false claims
- Stark Law, Physician Self-Referral Law
- HIPAA violations
- Domestic violence
- Sex crimes, sexual misconduct
Physician criminal charges must be strategically resolved in a way that balances plea, financial liability, disclosure and other considerations crucial to the overall goal of protecting your license, your reputation and ability to practice.
The period immediately after you become aware of an investigation or criminal charge is a critical window to make every effort to get the charge dismissed or reduced.
If you are under investigation or have been arrested for any alleged criminal offense, contact us as early as possible to schedule a consultation with our physician license attorney to review your case and how to best protect your license and practice.
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9 questions to ask a physician criminal defense attorney before hiring:
- How many medical license defense cases have you handled?
- How many physician criminal defense cases have you handled?
- Do you have expertise in both criminal law and medical licensing law?
- How do you handle physician criminal defense cases differently?
- What is your track record getting criminal charges reduced or dismissed?
- What are the credentials of the lawyer that will actually handle my case?
- Will my case get handed off to a less experienced attorney?
- How do you charge for your services? Do you offer a flat fee?
- Do you know how many of your physician clients had their license revoked?
Physician criminal reporting requirements
California Business and Professions Code §802.1 requires physicians to file a report to the Medical Board if (1) criminally charged with a felony, or (2) convicted of a felony or misdemeanor. Health facilities and peers have reporting requirements under §805.
Chudnovsky Law provides criminal defense for physicians facing criminal charges and represents licensees reporting criminal actions to their board.
Criminal action reports should comply with laws without revealing more than required, nor trigger unnecessary disciplinary actions or legal hurdles. An experienced Medical Board of California investigation lawyer can help you lawfully walk that fine line.
Sexual abuse and misconduct reporting requirement (SB 425)
SB 425 (Hill, Chapter 849) became effective January 1, 2020 imposing enhanced reporting requirements on health facilities and entities. When a patient, or their representative, submits a written allegation of sexual misconduct or sexual abuse to a healthcare facility or entity, they are required to report the allegation to the Medical Board of California within 15 days of receipt using Health Facility Reporting Form 805.8.
The willful failure to file the required report is punishable by a fine of up to $100,000 per violation. The non-willful failure to file the report is punishable by a fine not to exceed $50,000 per violation.
Read the MBC announcement on SB 425
⤓ Download health facility reporting form 805.8
Medical license criminal record changes (AB-2138)
Assembly Bill 2138 limits the discretion and medical licensure denial criteria making it easier for prospective licensees with criminal records to obtain and maintain medical licenses effective July 1, 2020.
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- Medical Board of California SB 806 law changes – 1/1/2022
- New controlled substances prescribing and reporting rules – 1/1/2021
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- Guide to the Laws Governing the Practice of Medicine
- California Medical Malpractice Settlement Statistics
- Controlled Substance Review System, CURES 2.0 Mandatory Use 8/15/22
About our medical license attorneys
When your reputation and career are at stake, your choice of attorney matters. Expert counsel from a smart, strategic attorney can help you navigate the dangerous situation you are facing and secure the best possible outcome. In license defense cases, there is no substitute for experience and knowledge of the system.
Chudnovsky Law is rated Top 100 Trial Lawyers by The National Trial Lawyers, an honor given to a select group of trial lawyers from across the country who have demonstrated exceptional qualifications in their area of the law.
The firm’s three physician defense attorneys, Robert K Weinberg, Melissa DuChene and Suzanne Crouts have a combined 65+ years experience practicing law. Our lawyers are known and respected by clients, judges, and prosecutors as honest, compassionate and highly skilled attorneys. We take a comprehensive, holistic approach to defending doctors and employ every resource we have to secure a favorable outcome for you.
Attorneys Robert K. Weinberg, Melissa DuChene, and Suzanne Crouts have handled thousands of cases, investigations, administrative hearings, and court trials. They are authorities in the complex intersection of licensing and criminal law for physicians and healthcare businesses. They have decades of experience representing physicians, dentists, nurses, and pharmacists in professional license defense, federal, DEA, and state criminal matters.
A dedication to client service and delivering results has made Chudnovsky Law amongst the top-rated medical license defense attorneys in California:
- 5 Star Rating by Martindale
- 5 Star Rating by Lawyers
- 5 Star Rating on Google
- 5 Star Rating on Findlaw
- 10.0 Superb Rating on Avvo
To speak with an attorney about your case and see if we are the best medical license attorney for you, call (844) 325-1444 to contact us.
“I had an excellent experience with attorney Robert Weinberg and his staff on a professional license matter. He was always professional and strategizing 3 steps ahead. He meticulously prepared me for a high stakes interview and was able to get my complex medical license case closed with no discipline. I whole heartedly recommend Robert and Chudnovsky Law for any nursing or medical license matter.”
“Suzanne Crouts provided excellent representation in a very stressful professional license defense matter. Our case involved a disgruntled former partner filing a false allegation that triggered a high stakes Medical Board investigation. Suzanne gave us her cell phone number and was always responsive and highly effective in defending our Medical license. She was able to get the matter closed with no action taken. We highly recommend her and Chudnovsky Law for anyone needing a skilled, dedicated medical license defense attorney.”
“I can give Chudnovsky Law and attorney Robert Weinberg a strong recommendation. He resolved a dangerous investigation against our assisted living facility that could have resulted in federal criminal charges and losing our medical license. The case was closed with no action. Robert was a consummate professional and very effective at clearing our name. If you need an expert professional license defense attorney that is enjoyable to work with, give him a call.”
“Melissa and her entire team at Chudnovsky Law are a pleasure to work with. I found Melissa to be an excellent medical license defense attorney that helped me get past an unfortunate incident. Her expertise and calm demeanor really helped me relax and have confidence in the outcome I could expect. She was strategic in how she worked to resolve the case as favorably as possible. And Melissa was always responsive as needed by phone and text as we progressed through the process. I have experience with many types of lawyers, and Melissa exhibited a high level of competence and professionalism when I needed it most. I recommend her without reservation.”
When looking for a medical license defense attorney near me, note we represent physicians in Los Angeles County, Orange County, Riverside County, San Bernardino County, San Diego County, Santa Clara County, Alameda County, Sacramento County, Contra Costa County, and all of California:
Los Angeles County: Agoura Hills, Alhambra, Arcadia, Baldwin Park, Bellflower, Beverly Hills, Brentwood, Buena Park, Burbank, Canoga Park, Carson, Cerritos, Chatsworth, Compton, Culver City, Diamond Bar, Downey, Downtown Los Angeles, El Monte, El Segundo, Encino, Gardena, Glendora, Glendale, Granada Hills, Hawthorne, Hermosa Beach, Hollywood, Huntington Park, Inglewood, La Canada-Flintridge, La Habra, La Mirada, Lakewood, Lancaster, Long Beach, Los Angeles, Lynwood, Malibu, Manhattan Beach, Monrovia, Montebello, Monterey Park, North Hollywood, Northridge, Norwalk, Pacoima, Palmdale, Pasadena, Pico Rivera, Pomona, Rancho San Fernando, Redondo Beach, Reseda, Rosemead, San Dimas, San Fernando Valley, Santa Clarita, Santa Monica, Sherman Oaks, Simi Valley, South Pasadena, Sylmar, Tarzana, Thousand Oaks, Toluca Lake, Torrance, Van Nuys, Venice, Walnut, West Covina, West Hollywood, Whittier and Woodland Hills.
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Orange County: Aliso Viejo, Anaheim, Brea, Buena Park, Costa Mesa, Cypress, Dana Point, Fountain Valley, Fullerton, Garden Grove, Huntington Beach, Irvine, La Habra, La Palma, Laguna Beach, Laguna Hills, Laguna Niguel, Laguna Woods, Lake Forest, Los Alamitos, Mission Viejo, Newport Beach, Orange, Placentia, Rancho Santa Margarita, San Clemente, San Juan Capistrano, Santa Ana, Seal Beach, Stanton, Tustin, Villa Park, Westminster and Yorba Linda.
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Riverside County: Riverside, Moreno Valley, Corona, Temecula, Murrieta, Jurupa Valley, Indio, Hemet, Perris, Palm Desert and Palm Springs. | San Bernardino County: San Bernardino, Fontana, Rancho Cucamonga, Ontario, Victorville, Rialto, Hesperia, Chino, Upland, Apple Valley and Redlands. | San Diego County: San Diego, Chula Vista, Oceanside, Escondido, Carlsbad, El Cajon, Vista, San Marcos, Encinitas and National City.
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Santa Barbara County: Carpinteria, Gaviota, Goleta, Isla Vista, Lompoc, Los Olivos, Montecito, Orcutt, Santa Barbara, Santa Maria, Santa Ynez, Solvang, and UC Santa Barbara. | Ventura County: Camarillo, Fillmore, Simi Valley, Ojai, Oxnard, Port Hueneme, Thousand Oaks, and Ventura.
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Alameda County: Alameda, Albany, Berkeley, Dublin, Emeryville, Fremont, Hayward, Livermore, Newark, Oakland, Piedmont, Pleasanton, San Leandro, Union City. | Alpine County: Alpine Village. | Amador County: Ione, Jackson, Plymouth, Sutter Creek. | Butte County: Oroville, Chico, Durham, Gridley, Magalia, Oroville, Oroville East, Palermo, Paradise, South Oroville, Thermalito. | Calaveras County: Angels Camp, Arnold, Copperopolis, Rancho Calaveras, San Andreas, Valley Springs. | Colusa County: Arbuckle, Colusa, Maxwell, Williams. | Contra Costa County: Antioch, Brentwood, Concord, Danville, El Cerrito, Hercules, Lafayette, Martinez, Oakley, Orinda, Pinole, Pittsburg, Pleasant Hill, Richmond, San Pablo, San Ramon, Walnut Creek. | Del Norte County: Crescent City, Bertsch-Oceanview, Klamath. | El Dorado County: Cameron Park, Diamond Springs, El Dorado Hills, Placerville, Pollock Pines, Shingle Springs, South Lake Tahoe.
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Fresno County: Clovis, Coalinga, Fresno, Reedley, Sanger, Selma. | Glenn County: Hamilton City, Orland, Willows. | Humboldt County: Arcata, Cutten, Eureka, Fortuna, Humboldt Hill, McKinleyville, Myrtletown, Ridgewood. | Imperial County: Brawley, Calexico, Calipatria, El Centro, Imperial, Salton City. | Inyo County: Big Pine, Bishop, Lone Pine, West Bishop. | Kern County: Arvin, Bakersfield, California City, Delano, McFarland, Ridgecrest, Shafter, Taft, Tehachapi, Wasco. | Kings County: Avenal, Concoran, Hanford, Lemoore, Lemoore Station. | Lake County:Clearlake, Clearlake Oaks, Clearlake Riviera, Kelseyville, Lakeport, Lucerne, North Lakeport. | Lassen County: Janesville, Susanville, Westwood. | Madera County: Ahwahnee, Bonadelle Ranchos, Chowchilla, Coarsegold, Madera, Madera Acres, Madera Ranchos, Yosemite Lakes. | Marin County: Corte Madera, Larkspur, Marin, Mill Valley, Novato, San Anselmo, San Rafael, Sausalito. | Mariposa County: Lake Don Pedro, Mariposa, Midpines, Yosemite Valley. | Mendocino County: Brooktrails, Fort Bragg, Redwood City, Ukiah, Willits. | Merced County:Atwater, Dehli, Dos Palos, Franklin, Gustine, Livingston, Los Banos, Merced, Winton. | Modoc County: Alturas, California Pines. | Mono County: Crowley Lake, Mammoth Lakes.
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Monterey County: Carmel Valley, Carmel-by-the-Sea, Castroville, Gonzales, Greenfield, King City, Marina, Monterey, Pacific Grove, Salinas, Seaside, Soledad. | Napa County: American Canyon, Calistoga, Napa, St Helena, Yountville. | Nevada County: Grass Valley, Lake of the Pines, Lake Wildwood, Nevada City, Truckee. | Placer County: Auburn, Granite Bay, Lincoln, Loomis, North Auburn, Rocklin, Roseville. | Plumas County: Chester, East Quincy, Portola, Quincy. | Sacramento County: Antelope, Arden-Arcade, Carmichael, Citrus Heights, Elk Grove, Fair Oaks, Florin, Folsom, Foothill Farms, Galt, North Highlands, Orangeville, Rancho Cordova, Rosemont, Sacramento, Vineyard. | San Benito County: Aromas, Hollister, Ridgemark.
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San Francisco County: Bayview, Chinatown, Japan Town, Mission District, Pacific Heights, Richmond District, San Francisco, Stonestown, Sunset District, Union Square. | San Joaquin County: Lathrop, Lodi, Manteca, Ripon, Stockton, Tracy. | San Luis Obispo County: Arroyo Grande, Atascadero, Grover Beach, Morro Bay, Paso Robles, Pismo Beach, San Luis Obispo. | San Mateo County: Belmont, Burlingame, Daly City, East Palo Alto, Foster City, Half Moon Bay, Hillsborough, Menlo Park, Millbrae, Pacifica, Redwood City, San Bruno, San Carlos, San Mateo, South San Francisco.
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Santa Clara County: Campbell, Cupertino, Gilroy, Milpitas, Morgan Hill, Mountain View, Palo Alto, San Jose, Santa Clara, Sunnyvale. | Santa Cruz County: Aptos, Ben Lomond, Capitola, Interlaken, Live Oak, Rio Del Mar, Santa Cruz, Scotts Valley, Soquel, Watsonville. | Shasta County: Anderson, Bella Vista, Cottonwood, Happy Valley, Palo Cedro, Redding, Shasta Lake. | Sierra County: Loyalton, Sierra Brooks. | Siskiyou County: Dunsmuir, Lake Shastina, Mount Shasta, Weed, Yreka. | Solano County: Benicia, Dixon, Fairfield, Suisun City, Vacaville, Vallejo. | Sonoma County:Healdsberg, Petaluma, Rohnert Park, Santa Rosa, Sonoma, Windsor. | Stanislaus County: Ceres, Modesto, Oakdale, Patterson, Riverbank, Salida, Turlock. | Sutter County: Live Oak, Sutter, Yuba City. | Tehama County:Corning, Lake California, Los Molinos, Red Bluff. | Trinity County: Hayfork, Lewiston, Post Mountain, Weaverville. | Tulare County: Dinuba, Exeter, Farmersville, Lindsay, Porterville, Tulare, Woodlake, Visalia. | Tuolumne County:Jamestown, Mono Vista, Phoenix Lake, Sonora. | Yolo County: Davis, West Sacramento, Winters, Woodland. | Yuba County: Linda, Loma Rica, Marysville, Olivehurst, Plumas Lake, Wheatland.
This information does not constitute legal advice and is not a substitute for individual case consultation and research. No representations are made as to the accuracy of this information and appropriate legal counsel should be consulted before taking any actions. Contact us for a consultation regarding your case to see if we are the best Medical Board of California license defense attorneys for you.
Written by Robert Weinberg and Melissa DuChene.