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A patient may file a complaint against a doctor with the state medical board, according to the American Medical Association and Medicare. A patient may file such a complaint in the event of perceived malpractice, profess... More »

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A patients may file a complaint with a state medical society or licensing board, notes to the American Medical Association, or AMA. The AMA advises that patients review its Code of Medical Ethics and opinions regarding c... More »

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A patient can file a complaint against a doctor or physician by contacting the medical group or hospital to officially lodge a complaint with a supervisor, according to the American Medical Association. Complaints agains... More »

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To determine whether disciplinary action has been taken against a doctor, check with the state medical board of the state that the doctor is licensed in, reports ABC News. Many state licensing boards have websites, but y... More »

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A doctor's malpractice history can be verified from several sources, but in general, the applicable state medical board is the most economical source of information. Other sources of a physician’s malpractice history inc... More »

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An official complaint against a physician can be filed with the licensing board or medical society for the state in which the physician practices, according to the American Medical Association. The AMA maintains a list o... More »

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