Knoxville News Sentinel
3 ET doctors have licenses placed on probation, state says
By Kristi L Nelson
Published 4:31 p.m. ET Oct. 23, 2017 |
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Three Upper East Tennessee doctors have had their licenses put on probation, said the Tennessee Department of Health.
One, psychiatrist Dr. Dan Nicolau of Johnson City, prescribed narcotics to a woman “not pursuant to a doctor-patient relationship” and entered her home uninvited, according to state records.
Nicolau will pay $2,000 in civil penalties, in addition to the costs of prosecuting his case, and will be on probation for two years, starting this month.
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Psychiatrist Dan Nicolau
Race: W Sex: M Age: 36 Arrest Date: 8/28/2016 12:50:00AM Arresting Agency: Johnson City Police Department Inmate No. 123661 Name: Charges: Aggravated Burglary Stalking; Source: Johnson City Press
Additional public records:
Washington County, Tennessee – Johnson City police report
Tennessee Department of Health – Grounds for Discipline
Tennessee Board of Medical Examiners – Profile
Virginia Board of Medicine – Reprimanded
Johnson City Press – license placed on probation for two years
The Recover “sentenced to probation for 24 months for criminal trespassing and stalking”
Lubbock County, Texas, District Court – Nicolau vs. Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Medicine
Brazos County, Texas Court Nicolau vs. Texas Hall of Fame, Inc.
Chancery Court of Washington County, Tennessee
Nicolau vs. Kenneth Kramer
October 18, 2018 LAWSUIT: DAN NICOLAU VS. KENNETH KRAMER