Doctor accused of abusing patients surrenders license

Police say a Middletown doctor who reportedly inappropriately touched two patients has surrendered his license. According to officials, Dr. Nishant Nadpara was found guilty by

According to officials, Dr. Nishant Nadpara was found guilty by the State Board of Professional Conduct of abusing two female patients while employed at Crystal Run Healthcare from 2008 to 2012.

According to officials, Dr. Nishant Nadpara was found guilty by the State Board of Professional Conduct of abusing two female patients while employed at Crystal Run Healthcare from 2008 to 2012. (5/21/15)

MIDDLETOWN - Police say a Middletown doctor who reportedly inappropriately touched two patients has surrendered his license.

According to officials, Dr. Nishant Nadpara was found guilty by the State Board of Professional Conduct of abusing two female patients while employed at Crystal Run Healthcare from 2008 to 2012.

The women claim the physician touched or stroked them in an improper manner and didn't keep proper records of their visits. He also allegedly kissed one and sent text messages asking about her sex life.

Nadpara declined to comment on the issue outside his Village of Florida home.

A spokesperson for the practice had no comment on the allegations except to say they contacted state officials immediately and fully cooperated with the investigation.

A third victim, who reportedly attended a different office in upstate New York, also came forward with similar allegations against him.

No charges have been filed against Nadpara at this time.

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