ROCHESTER, Minn. – A psychiatrist has been reprimanded for misappropriating opioids and for taping a controlled substance prescription on the outside of her door for a patient to retrieve on at least one occasion.
Cynthia Cleveland Hauri, M.D., was licensed to practice medicine and surgery in the state of Minnesota in 1998.
In October of 2016, the Board of Medical Practice received a report concerning Hauri’s prescription practices.
“Specifically, the report detailed that Respondent commonly prescribed a combination of multiple benzodiazepines and stimulants, and sometimes opioids,” the report stated. “The doses Respondent prescribed were well outside Federal Drug Administration guidelines.”
The reprimand states Hauri shall not prescribe Scheduled II-III medications other than stimulants and non-narcotics and shall read the Federation of State Medical Boards as well as complete other courses.
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