Two Regina doctors charged for improperly prescribing methadone

Two Regina doctors have been charged with improperly prescribing methadone by the Saskatchewan College of Physicians and Surgeons. File Photo / Global News

The College of Physicians and Surgeons of Saskatchewan (CPSS) has charged two Regina doctors with improperly prescribing methadone.

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Dr. Ashis Paul, of the Broad Street Medical Clinic, and Dr. Rajnikant Patel, of Dr. Patel’s Medical Clinic, were charged in late March.

Both doctors are alleged to have a conflict of interest in relation to their methadone practice.

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Hearings are pending before the CPSS, and neither man has entered a plea.

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