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Bakersfield surgeon placed on five-year probation

Posted at 5:43 PM, Sep 30, 2021
and last updated 2021-09-30 22:02:32-04

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (KERO) — One Bakersfield surgeon will not be able to practice for five years after California's Medical Board determined he performed surgery and administered anesthesia in an unaccredited surgery center among other things.

A google search of the address listed by the Medical Board of California shows Dr. Yakdan Taha Ahmed Qaisi worked at Advanced Health Care of Bakersfield.

According to the Medical Board, Dr. Qaisi did not admit to being guilty but was charged with gross negligence, incompetence, and violated liposuction extraction and postoperative care standards.

Starting September 30, 2021, Dr. Qaisi can no longer practice until September 29, 2026.

Terms and conditions in the five-year probation include, completing an education course, a medical record keeping and ethics course, completing a clinical competence assessment program and etc.

Dr. Qaisi graduated from University of Mosul College of Medicine in 1979.