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 Physician Last Name:Cameron
 Physician First Name:Daniel
 Physician Middle Name:
 Address:657 Main Street, Mt. Kisco, New York 10549
 License Number:161183
 License Type:MD
 Year of Birth: 1954
 Effective Date:06/23/2017
 Action Description for DOH Webpage:Probation for three years subject to the terms and conditions of the order. The period of probation ended effective June 22, 2020. The permanent conditions of the board order remain in effect to include the physician must communicate fully and document his role in the patient record as primary care physician or as a consultant or specialist; obtain written informed consent specifically addressing all aspects of treatment modalities used in his role and maintain these forms in the patient record; record all histories and physical examinations performed by himself or his staff; attempt to obtain medical records from prior or concurrent treating physicians or facilities as well as the patient’s refusal to grant such consent. The physician must also refer patients needing treatment to another provider or specialist where medically warranted that are beyond the scope of his role with the patient and provide all pertinent patient information regarding the referral.
 Misconduct Description for DOH Webpage:The physician asserted he could not successfully defend against at least one of the acts of misconduct alleged. Those allegations included practicing the profession of medicine with negligence on more than one occasion, incompetence on more than one occasion, gross negligence, gross incompetence, and/or failing to maintain accurate patient medical records.
  License Restrictions for DOH Webpage: The physician must communicate fully and document his role in the patient record as primary care physician or as a consultant or specialist; obtain written informed consent specifically addressing all aspects of treatment modalities used in his role and maintain these forms in the patient record; record all histories and physical examinations performed by himself or his staff; attempt to obtain medical records from prior or concurrent treating physicians or facilities as well as the patient’s refusal to grant such consent. The physician must also refer patients needing treatment to another provider or specialist where medically warranted that are beyond the scope of his role with the patient and provide all pertinent patient information regarding the referral.
 Board Order:
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CHRG 161183.pdf
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BRD 161183.pdf