REFFAT ABOFREKA v. VIRGINIA BOARD OF MEDICINE

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Court of Appeals of Virginia.

REFFAT K. ABOFREKA, M.D. v. VIRGINIA BOARD OF MEDICINE

Record No. 2120–10–4

    Decided: May 03, 2011

Present:  Judges Frank, Alston and Senior Judge Coleman(Richard E. Gardiner, on briefs), for appellant. (Kenneth T. Cuccinelli, II, Attorney General;  David E. Johnson, Deputy Attorney General;  Allyson K. Tysinger, Senior Assistant Attorney General;  Howard M. Casway, Senior Assistant Attorney General;  Amy Marschean, Senior Assistant Attorney General, on brief), for appellee.

Paul F. Sheridan, Judge Designate

Reffat K. Abofreka, M.D. appeals a decision of the circuit court affirming a decision by the Virginia Board of Medicine (the Board).   The Board denied Abofreka's petition for reinstatement of his license to practice medicine and surgery in Virginia.   We have reviewed the record, the circuit court's order, and the Board's opinion and find that this appeal is without merit.   Accordingly, we affirm for the reasons stated by the Board in its final opinion, see In re:  Reffat Kamel Abofreka, M.D., License No. 0101–043653 (Nov. 5, 2009), as affirmed by the circuit court, see Abofreka v. Virginia Board of Medicine, Case No. CL09–5435 (Sept. 15, 2010).   We dispense with oral argument and summarily affirm because the facts and legal contentions are adequately presented in

the materials before this Court and argument would not aid in the decisional process.   See Code § 17.1–403;  Rule 5A:27.

Affirmed.

FOOTNOTES

FOOTNOTE.  FN*.  Pursuant to Code § 17.1–413, this opinion is not designated for publication.

MEMORANDUM OPINION * PER CURIAM

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