A former New York doctor has been sentenced to four years in prison in Connecticut for what authorities called a plot with her boyfriend to hire a hit man to assault her ex-husband and kill his wife in 2012.
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A Connecticut jury has issued an $8 million verdict against a former family practice doctor found liable in a 2009 murder-suicide in Vernon.
A former East Hartford doctor has been sentenced to five years in prison for sexually assaulting a patient and witness tampering.
The state Medical Examining Board has revoked a Cheshire doctor’s medical license over allegations he had consensual sex with a drug-addicted patient, continued to prescribe her drugs after she got out of rehab and sent her numerous explicit text messages.
State lawmakers are considering a $10 million proposal to help attract and retain physicians in parts of Connecticut that are suffering from shortages.