ANDERSON, Ind. (AP) — The Indiana Medical Licensing Board has suspended an
Anderson doctor whom court records link to the drug-related deaths of 31
The board Wednesday suspended the license of 83-year-old Dr. Frank
Campbell. The Herald Bulletin reports the board also fined Campbell $500
on each of the six counts of violating physician regulations filed by the
state. Campbell can seek reinstatement in a year.
Campbell was medical director of the Madison County Community Health
Center until the Drug Enforcement Administration questioned him last year
over allowing two physician assistants to prescribe controlled substances
using prescriptions he pre-signed.
Campbell said he trusted the assistants and pre-signed prescriptions for
An Indiana Medicaid Fraud Control Unit investigator submitted a court
affidavit saying 31 of Campbell's patients died drug-related deaths since