Medical Board finds evidence Marshall doctor engaged in nonconsensual sexual relations with a medicated patient

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MARSHALL, Texas (KETK) – The Texas Medical Board on Thursday restricted the license of a Marshall doctor based on evidence that he “engaged in nonconsensual sexual encounters with a patient and administered medications to the patient during these encounters.”

The Board’s disciplinary panel determined that Dr. Shaun Bobbi Kelehan’s medical practice “poses a continuing threat to public welfare,” according to a news release.

Kelehan is prohibited from seeing, examining, treating, prescribing to, or otherwise practicing medicine on male patients.

“Dr. Kelehan shall not see, examine, treat, prescribe to, or practice medicine on any patient outside of in-person encounters within his clinics, including telemedicine, call coverage, and telephone refill encounters,” the announcement said.

The restriction was effective immediately and will remain in place until the Board takes further action.

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