Dr. Lowell Gerber

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The Maine Board of Licensure in Medicine orders partial suspension

On 9th June 2015 the Maine Board of Licensure in Medicine directed an urgent partial license suspension on the license of a Freeport Physician named Lowell Gerber. From that date onwards, he is no longer allowed to treat patients at his home and he can only treat female patients with the attendance of a female chaperone. This decision was taken by the board after it was clear that patients don’t feel safe with Dr. Gerber.
The board analyzed the information revealing that DR. Gerber had been practicing at his home and had had a sexual relationship with a woman who was his patient.
The Board was worried that letting Dr. Gerber practice at his home or without the presence of a female chaperone until the further hearing of the case would not be safe for the female patients. The next hearing will is scheduled for July.
Freeport doctor chastised and fined by State board
The Maine Board of Licensure in Medicine fined a Freeport physician for putting false information on his application in order to get a medical license.
On 11th October, Dr. Lowell Gerber was chastised and evaluated the civil penalty by the Maine Office of the Attorney General and the board. As per the LinkedIn account of Gerber, he is the owner and the medical director of BioIndividual Health Strategies. Gerber was fined by the Maine Board of Licensure in Medicine for giving false and partial information on two applications. The licensure board said that one application was to renew Maine medical license and another was for ‘reappointment to the medical staff of a facility’.
The licensure board didn’t mention the name of the place where Gerber was seeking to be reappointed to. However, he had been employed at Younger Leaner Me in Freeport and at Freeport Cardiology previously. On his application for the reappointment to a facility’s medical staff, Gerber didn’t mention the fact that he had already a complaint from the licensure board.
Gerber was rebuked earlier by the Maine Board of Licensure in Medicine in for establishing a sexual relationship with a female patient. His license was banned for one month and he was put on probation for five years. Also, Gerber is no longer allowed to practice at his home or without the presence of a chaperone.

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