Ludington Physician Assistant Suspended from Practicing Medicine
A Northern Michigan physician’s assistant has been suspended from practicing medicine.
David Hammond-Koskey of Ludington was convicted earlier this year of medicaid fraud.
Now, the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs, or LARA, has suspended his license.
Hammond-Koskey won’t be able to practice as long as the license is suspended and it’s unclear how long that will be.
He served one day in jail, and is on probation for 18 months for the crime. He was also ordered to pay $1,179.99 in restitution, fees and costs.