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General Information
Angelo L. Chirban MD
No Practice Address
License Number: 27055
License Status: Revoked
Licensed Date: 10/23/1998
License Renewed:
Due to Renew By:

Education and Training
 
Medical School:


Graduation Date:
UNIV OF IL COLL OF MED
Chicago, Illinois

06/04/1976

 
Residency:06/23/1976 - 06/30/1979 (Internal Medicine)
UNIVERSITY ILLINOIS AT CHICAGO
CHICAGO, IL

 
Area of InterestAddiction Medicine (Internal Medicine)
Area of InterestInternal Medicine
 
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Board Actions
12/14/2007 Letter of Reprimand - Letter of Reprimand - Unprofessional Conduct for failure to supervise a physician assistant, failure to file a Notice of Supervision and failure to obtain Bd. approval for prescribing schedule II and III controlled substances by a physician assistant.
10/15/2010 Letter of Reprimand
01/18/2012 Revocation





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