They lied, stole and ultimately confessed to felonies committed to satisfy their drug addictions that in other states cost them the privilege of practicing medicine. The federal government even banned the two doctors from billing for Medicaid services because of their crimes.
But in New Mexico, Drs. Ralph Hansen and Keith Levitt have found welcoming homes and a revival of their careers. The state government, fully aware of the doctors’ pasts, gave them supervisory jobs with the agency that provides and oversees care of indigent patients.
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