First, I freely admit that everyone is presumed innocent before proven guilty. However, I always did wonder why there was a very large amount of turnover in the office. Last few years have been tough for jobs, I am aware, so I did wonder why so many young ladies were in and out of the place, unless incompetence reigned. But basically I paid my co-pay, sat in the chair, filled out the forms, and met with either the Doctor, or one of his associates. Before the associates all disappeared.
Aside from possibly having a serial killer employed, and that's the reason they had to move to their new place because there were no spots left for the bodies to be buried, it did cause one to ponder. I see a lot of physicians because of my dual diagnosis (everyone needs a hobby) and it's more than likely that at each visit the same face would greet me and discharge me. Sometimes the face was attached to the same head. There was consistency.
But not at this psychiatrist's office.
Anyway, moving on, you may have noticed in the article that this particular doctor was called on the professional carpet for having "prescribed excessive levels of medication, failed to properly monitor patients and failed to maintain accurate records." These were the alleged charges.