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 Physician Last Name:Krueger
 Physician First Name:Lance
 Physician Middle Name:S.
 Address:Address redacted
 License Number:003160
 License Type:PA
 Year of Birth: 1958
 Effective Date:06/22/2021
 Action Description for DOH Webpage:License limitation precluding the registration or issuance of any further New York State physician assistant license. The physician assistant is precluded from practicing in New York State and from practicing in any setting where their practice is based solely on their New York State physician assistant license. The physician assistant is also precluded from further reliance upon their New York State license to exempt them from the licensure, certification or other requirements set forth in statute or regulation for the practice of any other profession licensed, regulated or certified by the New York State Board of Regents, New York State Department of Education, New York State Department of Health or the New York State Department of State. This modification also strikes the condition that requires the physician assistant maintain active registration with the New York State Education Department.
 Misconduct Description for DOH Webpage:This order is a modification of the terms and conditions previously imposed under BPMC Order #19-248 that went into effect on October 8, 2019 and does not constitute a new disciplinary action. The physician assistant asserted he could not successfully defend against at least one of the charges of alleged professional misconduct by having been convicted of Driving Under the Influence, Cuming County, State of Nebraska; Driving Under the Influence, McPherson County, State of Kansas and Driving Under the Influence, Harvey County, State of Kansas.
  License Restrictions for DOH Webpage: License limitation precluding the registration or issuance of any further New York State physician assistant license. The physician assistant is precluded from practicing in New York State and from practicing in any setting where their practice is based solely on their New York State physician assistant license. The physician assistant is also precluded from further reliance upon their New York State license to exempt them from the licensure, certification or other requirements set forth in statute or regulation for the practice of any other profession licensed, regulated or certified by the New York State Board of Regents, New York State Department of Education, New York State Department of Health or the New York State Department of State.
 Board Order:
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BRD 003160.pdf