Investigation reveals legal problems for doctor with suspended license

<p>A Hudson Valley doctor who recently had his license suspended after four patients tested positive for the same strain of hepatitis C has a long list of legal problems in multiple states.</p>

News 12 Staff

Sep 12, 2017, 9:07 PM

Updated 2,495 days ago

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A Hudson Valley doctor who recently had his license suspended after four patients tested positive for the same strain of hepatitis C has a long list of legal problems in multiple states.
Authorities suspended the medical license of Dr. Timothy Morley, who led the team at Tomorrow Medicine, after four of his patients tested positive for the same strain of hepatitis C. Three of those patients are from Westchester.
Everyone who got an intravenous blood draw at Tomorrow Medicine is being urged by the state Health Department to get tested for hepatitis and HIV.
News 12 has been unable to contact Morley since uncovering his long list of financial and legal problems in multiple states.
A News 12 investigation has revealed 13 liens and judgments against him involving millions of dollars, including 10 in Ohio, where Morley owns multiple properties and is also licensed to practice medicine.
In New York, there's another three from the IRS. The financial woes extend to his medical practice, with a federal tax lien issued in March for another $16,000.
The state Health Department tells News 12 that Dr. Morley has been asked to appear before a special hearing on Sept. 19.
Tomorrow Medicine bills itself as one-stop shopping for preventative care in Westchester, from weight loss and detoxing to diabetes reversal treatments.


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