The Maine Board of Licensure in Medicine and the Maine Office of Attorney General entered into a consent agreement with David P. Johnson, PA. The consent agreement resolves a complaint concerning Mr. Johnson’s misuse of a substance. 

The consent agreement places Johnson’s medical license on probation for five years with conditions, including that he undergo a substance abuse evaluation, abstain from the use of substances not legitimately prescribed to him, and engage in counseling and monitoring. Mr. Johnson practices in Millinocket.

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All Board disciplinary actions are reported to the National Practitioner Data Bank and the Federation of State Medical Boards Action Data Bank. These reports are regularly reviewed by every state licensing board in the country.

The Board is made up of six physicians, three members of the public, and a physician assistant appointed by the Governor. Disciplinary actions taken by the Board are available to the public either by telephone at (207) 287-3601, or on the Board's website. 

The Board of Licensure in Medicine is the State of Maine agency charged to protect the health and welfare of the public by verifying the qualifications of physicians to practice, and disciplining physicians for unprofessional conduct and incompetence.