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Thursday in Benton County Superior Court against Dr. Lloyd V. Olson; Kadlec Health System, operator of the hospital where the surgery was performed in April 2010; and Premier Anesthesiology, the practice that employed Olson in Richland at the time of
Olson committed unprofessional conduct when he touched the women's breasts just prior to surgery. The findings were based on the provision in the unprofessional conduct law prohibiting sexual misconduct, which is defined in the Revised Code of
Olson, a former Richland anesthesiologist, committed unprofessional conduct when he touched the breasts of two unconscious women just prior to surgery. Olson's licenses to practice in Washington and Colorado were suspended in May after a Kadlec
A Colorado Springs anesthesiologist is fighting to overturn the suspension of his medical license in two states over allegations that he inappropriately touched the breasts of two women being prepped for surgery at a Richland, Wash., hospital.
The Colorado State Board of Medical Examiners at a special meeting Thursday temporarily barred Dr. Lloyd V. Olson from practicing in the state, deeming him a danger to public health, safety or welfare. The suspension starts at 5 p.m. today and
The Colorado Board of Medical Examiners voted to suspend the license of a Colorado Springs doctor over allegations that he fondled the breasts of two women while they were under anesthesia and being readied for surgery in Washington state. Earlier
the state agency that oversees medical licenses -- suspended the license of Dr. Lloyd V. Olson on Monday, deeming him "an immediate danger to the public." The commission filed charges of unprofessional conduct against Olson on Friday alleging that he