Board takes away physician assistant's license

Posted: Wednesday, April 23, 2003

ANCHORAGE (AP) -- A physician assistant who had worked at the Anchorage jail has lost his license after pleading no contest to attempted sexual assault of an imprisoned patient.

The Alaska State Medical Board unanimously removed Clarence Bullock's license at an emergency meeting Friday.

Last week, a District Court judge sentenced Bullock to 365 days in jail with 275 suspended, placed him on probation and told him to surrender his physician assistant's license.

The medical board voted to accept Bullock surrendering his license.

Bullock, 50, was accused of having sexual contact with a female inmate twice during early July 2002. Bullock has been licensed in Alaska since 1996.

Don Stolworthy, deputy commissioner for the Department of Corrections, said Bullock left his job last fall.



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