Kent, Washington medical technician suspended for “inappropriately touching two minors”

The Seattle Post-Intelligencer reports that Jang Bahadur Singh has had his technician license suspended until a hearing regarding accusations that he inappropriately touched two minor girls. Singh, a radiology technician in Kent, has 20 days to respond to the charges and request a hearing.

According to the report, health law judge John F. Kuntz, wrote in order of summary action,
“The respondent is alleged to have abused a position of trust and to have violated patient/practitioner boundaries by engaging in sexualized contact with minor patients.”

The State Department of Health are authorized by the state legislature to “discipline health care providers who violate the law.” Read the Washington State Department of Health news release here.

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