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October 22, 2013

Hospital revokes doctor’s rights

Now seeking new cardiologists



Vilca was then put on restriction for five years, was ordered to participate in certain documentation and procedural classes and to pay for those at his own expense, then provide documentation of completion to the licensure board; obtain a history and physical evaluation on every patient before doing a procedure, including copies of Medicaid and must use the appropriate criteria according to medical practice.

Although Vilca could have continued his medical practice, he did not renew his license in 2013, according to Bertha Wallen with the KBML’s Legal department. Wallen said any physician must renew their license practice medicine in this state.

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