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Update on the Case of Dr. Roy S. Shelburne

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Dental Economics managing editor Kevin Henry speaks with the Virginia dentist about his arrest, time in prison, recent release, and advice to his peers.

Here is a follow-up on the Dr. Roy Shelburne story I covered a couple of years ago.

I agree about record keeping but, we in the dental profession, are taught this at an early age in dental school and is reinforced throughout our careers via continuing education.

Strange, but it seems to me that Dr. Shelburne is not the least bit contrite or remorseful about his dental activity that led to his conviction. Perhaps this is why the Feds pushed so hard for punishment in this case.

Just saying…….

Update:

Here is the Virginia Department of Health Professions adjudication of Dr. Shelburn’s dental license and Consent Order of July 15, 2008

The link above requires a search so here are the documents:

First, the Notice:

Shelburne 2 0401005798Notice05202008(2)

And, then the Consent Order:

Shelburne 1 0401005798Order07152008

Previous:

The Case of Dr. Roy S. Shelburne – Convicted and Sentenced to Two Years in Federal Prison But U.S. Attorney Wants More

The Case of Dr. Roy S. Shelburne – Convicted and Sentenced to Two Years in Federal Prison

The Case of Dr. Roy S. Shelburne – 7 of 10 Counts Thrown Out of Court – Part Two

The Case of Dr. Roy S. Shelburne – 7 of 10 Counts Thrown Out of Court

The Case of Dentist Dr. Roy S. Shelburne – Sentencing Postponed

The Case of Dentist Roy S. Shelburne


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2 thoughts on “Update on the Case of Dr. Roy S. Shelburne

  1. Not being completely familiar with Dr. Shelburne – was he just way out of bounds with the treatment he was performing? Could what happened to Dr. Shelburne happen to any of us? I can say I do not read everything my staff writes in our charts and I definitely don’t even look at what is sent out on insurance claims. Is he recommending we try to be on top of this at our office?

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