Roseburg doctor settles for unpaid wages

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ROSEBURG, Ore. — A Roseburg-area lawsuit will see a doctor receive over $105,000 in a settlement.

Dr. Darryl George settled with Alternative Medicine Outreach Program for that amount for unpaid wages. His departure from the medical marijuana clinic led to allegations from both sides.

Dr. George says he treated medical marijuana and primary care patients at the clinic from 2004 until December 2009, when he was fired.

George has been required since 2002 to have a chaperone present while treating female patients after the state medical board placed him on probation for becoming sexually involved with a patient in September 2000 and for conducting an inappropriate medical examination of another woman earlier that year.





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