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Washougal physician assistant’s license suspended

Scott C. Miller was focus of a dozen complaints

By , Columbian staff reporter

The Washington Medical Commission issued an indefinite suspension to Scott C. Miller’s license to practice as a physician assistant on Oct. 6, following a five-day hearing in August, according to a press release.

Miller was found to have committed unprofessional conduct in violation of state law.

The Washougal physician assistant was first suspended in October 2021 as the result of an investigation into more than a dozen complaints for prescribing medications without seeing patients, interfering with the care of hospitalized COVID-19 patients, and engaging in hostile public campaigns against doctors and hospitals.

Miller was promoting unproven COVID-19 remedies, including ivermectin.

Miller has reportedly filed a petition for judicial review of the Washington Medical Commission decisions with a Superior Court.

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