Target: Arizona Medical Board
Goal: Revoke the medical license of a doctor who obtained prescriptions via fraud and administered them illegally in addition to engaging in sexual misconduct with a 15-year-old female patient
Dr. Randy Joe Spicer of Prescott, Arizona was arrested for administering narcotic drugs that were obtained via fraud. According to the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office, Dr. Spicer used his medical status to secure and prescribe the drugs for non-medical purposes and knowingly profited from the sales that were conducted in his office at Clearwater Medical Center and on the streets.
Last month, Dr. Spicer was arrested on the suspicion of having inappropriate sexual contact with a 15-year-old female patient. After his release, the physician was allowed to return to work where he spent a month using his profession to procure narcotic drugs before eventually being arrested once more. Sign the petition now to ask the Arizona Medical Board to revoke this disgraceful doctor’s license and urge them to remind current physicians that unprofessionalism, fraud, and misconduct of any kind are punishable by law.
Dear Arizona Medical Board,
This letter is in regard to Dr. Randy Joe Spicer of Prescott, Arizona, who was arrested earlier this week due to an involvement in obtaining narcotic drugs via fraud and administering them illegally both on the streets and in his office. As you might be aware, he knowingly profited from the nonprofessional sales.
These violations alone should be more than enough proof that such a doctor should not be carrying a medical license; however, there is yet another charge that must be taken into consideration. I am astounded that the doctor was allowed back to work after being arrested for sexual misconduct with a 15-year-old female patient. The idea that a potential sexual predator was allowed back into the workforce after such a charge is unbelievable, and I must insist that it not happen again.
I ask that you revoke Dr. Spicer’s medical license. Furthermore, I politely request that you do not ignore the criminal records of any doctor that currently practices medicine at any facility in the future. Doctors should be prestigious examples of professionalism and should not be given unintentional authority to run fraud-driven businesses under the table.
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