David M. Burkons
University of Michigan Medical School, Jun 1973
1160 W. Sylvania Ave
Toledo, OH 43612
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WARNING! License under suspension for six months starting July 2017. Ohio Pro-Life Group Demands Closure of Akron-Area Abortion Business for Persistent Egregious Violations, 11/13/2017. Abortionist reopens surgical clinic in 2015 Ohio Abortionist With 41% of RU-486 Complications Seeks License for Clinic Closed by the State
BURKONS OHIO APPS
Updated Ohio medical license application.
DAVID BURKONS MI APPS
Application for medical license in Michigan.
2016-10-07 Akron General Medical Center Patient Transfer Agreement -- David Burkons, Jennifer Watson
Transfer agreement between Northeast Ohio Women's Center abortion clinic and Akron General Medical Center, for the hospital to treat abortion clinic patients if necessary. Clinic insurance lists abortionist David Burkons, MD, and hospital doctor Jennifer Watson, MD, who works at Akron General Medical Center. See pages 1, 5-6, and 10-11.
12-16 Board Minutes
Medical Board Minutes 12/14/2016. Page 20 mentions consent agreement with "D.M.B., MD" that was not voted on at that meeting.
Burkons 7-12-2017 License Suspension Order
7/12/2017: Ohio Department of Medicine issued a six-month suspension for David Burkons for illegally prescribing pain killers and leaving signed (otherwise blank) prescription pads for staff.
Akron, Cleveland abortion facilities close _ cleveland.com
July 14, 2017 article on Cleveland.com noting Burkon's 6-month medical license suspension. Includes quotes from Burkons.
1-2017 Board Minutes
1/11/2017: Another attempt made to ratify D.M.B. consent agreement. Wants to edit the wording. Vote failed to ratify.
Monthly Formal Action Letter 2015-12
Notice of pending disciplinary action against Burkons.
Docs Related to Disciplinary Case
Documents related to Burkon's disciplinary case based on allegations he illegally distributed controlled substances to patients.
Medical Board Citation Letter 12092015
Letter from Medical Board citing Burkons for illegally distributing controlled substances, failing to note prescriptions in medical records, and more.
APEL, ET AL vs. UNIV. HOSP. HEALTH SYS.
Burkons named in defendants.