Local Doctor Suspended After Complaints of Sexual Misconduct

A Dothan doctor's medical license has been suspended amid allegations of sexual misconduct.

The Alabama Board of Medical Examiners contends that Dr. Gregory Johns engaged in inappropriate sexual conduct with two emergency room patients at the Southeast Alabama Medical Center.

The first incident allegedly happened in November of 2006 and the second in September of 2007.

Johns' case is scheduled to go before the Alabama Medical Licensure Commission on September 17th in Montgomery.

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  • by ConcernedResident Location: Dothan Area on Jun 20, 2008 at 03:24 PM
    No one said that he wasn't a GOOD DOCTOR. I am sure that he saved may peoples lives but that doesn't mean that he can't be a sexual devient. 90% of all sexual predators you wouldn't know it just from looking at them. Just because he is a doctor doesn't mean he is perfect. Wake up!
  • by rebecca Location: dothan on Jun 19, 2008 at 02:20 PM
    Dr. Johns has treated my family several times in the past few years in the ER. He has always treated us with respect and is one of the best doctors in the wiregrass. If it weren't for him my daughter would not be with us today. Our family will be praying for you, may God comfort you in this time of trials. God bless.
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