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But one former medical director of the Texas Health and Human Services Commission defended Dr. Kincaid, who had said in a blog post in May that he was “not in a position to be taking on anyone with a doctorate degree in toxicology” in Texas.
In his statement, Dr. Kincaid is offering several details about Dr. Kincaid’s decision, which started after the state asked him to recertify himself for work permits in March, when officials found the director룰렛 had performed improperly in multiple cases.
He said he had not met with anyone to determine whether to recertify himself, and that Texas would not do so until he met with them again and certified his performance. He said he had been asked to recertify in July as a part-time medical director.
He said he is still in contact with his family members, and plans to give an oral version of his story to the State Medical Association’s board in mid-October. He hopes to be able to present to the state board again after Nov. 6, when all medical directors in the state must pass their medical board exams, an organization spokesman said.
He told The Post last week that there would “never be a time” when he w빅 카지노ould be allowed to “refile my license” again. He said he wasn’t taking legal action, but was instead doing what he believed was his obligation.
The Board of Medical Licensure, for its part, did not respond to requests for comment.
While Dr. Kincaid could not be reached on Wednesday afternoon, Texas Gov. Rick Perry’s press secretary was quoted as saying in an interview published on the website of the U.S. Capitol on Thursd구리출장샵ay that the governor would “not comment on speculation about the governor’s decision in this matter.”
Dr. Kincaid declined to comment for this story.
On Nov. 2, the Texas Board of Medical Licensure approved the release of information, including the name of the medical director whose performance Dr. Kincaid accused of unethical conduct. But the board’s decision “raised additional questions,” according to the statement of reasons.
“When a health director is asked to certify his performance and he is not there,” the statement of reasons read, “this could place the health director in a very difficult position to certify that the director has not performed an unlawful act.”