BRUNSWICK — A Brunswick psychiatrist has had his license to practice medicine suspended by the state Board of Licensure in Medicine.

According to a statement issued today by the board, John Matt Dorn, M.D., allegedly engaged in inappropriate conduct with a patient and presented “an imminent threat to the safety of his patients.”
The state board did not specify what type of conduct Dorn allegedly engaged in.

An adjudicatory hearing to address Dorn’s suspension will be held in May. All of the board’s disciplinary actions are reported to the National Practitioner Data Bank, the Health Integrity and Protection Data Bank and the Federation of State Medical Boards Action Data Bank.

The board is made up of six physicians and three public members, who are appointed by the governor.

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