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Doctor Faulkner Hospital Loses License Over Alleged Patient Affair

A doctor at Faulkner Hospital lost his license after the discovery of an affair with a patient.

The Massachusetts Board of Registration in Medicine voted to revoke the medical license of a doctor at Brigham and Women’s Faulkner Hospital according to WCVB, Channel 5 News.

Gary R. Brockman’s license was revoked after it was discovered that he had allegedly engaged in a sexual relationship with a patient. The 1984 graduate of Tufts University School of Medicine had been licensed to practice medicine in Massachusetts since 1988.

Brockman has reportedly been given until December 11 to close down his practice at Faulkner Hospital.  

joan November 26, 2012 at 04:21 AM
I find these allegations libilous. DR. Gary Brockington Has always been PROPATIENT... I hope He Appeals this and Is exonerated. The Department Of Justice has been Investigating Partners HealthCare for a very long time ( They are part of The Faulkner / Brigham Network). Your Patients are behind you 100 % .
Eileen Keough November 27, 2012 at 04:22 PM
The respondent above mentions DR. GARY BROCKINGTON but the article speaks of Dr. GARY BROCKMAN. I assume they are 2 different people......if so, then "Joan's" response should be taken down as it is misleading and might have people believeing that the accusations are made against Dr. Brockington.
MoonBeamWatcher November 30, 2012 at 11:14 PM
"Doctor Faulkner Hospital Loses License Over Alleged Patient Affair" Should READ: Faulkner Hospital Doctor, Loses License Over Alleged Patient Affair!
Michael Rabbitt December 12, 2012 at 04:02 PM
The M.D. in question is Dr. Gary Brockington. Sloppy reporting. I can only imagine what else you have reported incorrectly when you fail to get the proper name of the principal involved. On another point (this reader's opinion)...the punishment does not fit the crime. The MA Medical Board should counsel Dr. Brockington, not destroy his life and the lives of his many patients. 'Do no harm'. Ring any bells?

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