Dr. Rajitha Johnson

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Rajitha Johnson denied medical license by board

Rajitha Johnson did not present satisfactory evidence of good moral character, found the Missouri Board of Registration for the Healing Arts. The St. Louis-area doctor has been denied a medical license by the board that regulates Missouri physicians. She has been sentenced to federal prison twice.
Formerly Rajitha Goli, the 56 year old was sent to prison in 2002 for one year. She made her pay back (nearly $650,000) from a fraudulent billing scheme and kickback in a Nebraska hospital. She now has to wait 7 years till she can reapply, the maximum time the healing arts board can make a person wait.
The 2010 Post-Dispatch investigation featured Johnson and talked about how doctors with felonies can move to other states to practice. She worked in Illinois after her revocation in Missouri. A doctor in De Soto paid her illegally because she was banned from receiving payments from Medicare. She was then sentenced to more than 3 years prison when charged with lying to a federal agent.
Johnson had also lied about her certification in internal medicine in 2014 to the Hawaii Medical Board when applying for a license board there. She planned to return to medicine when he is released from prison, according to her husband, back in 2010.
She can appeal the license denial by the end of April to the state Administrative Hearing Commission.

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