Anastacia Barka, PT – License PT-1727. Respondent voluntarily surrendered her registration as a pharmacy technician (PT). Must pay investigative costs in the amount of $500.
James Gaynor, RPh – License RP-4407. Respondent entered into a stipulated agreement with the New Mexico Board of Pharmacy. Respondent pled no contest to Board allegations that he filled a personal prescription for alprazolam. Must pay investigative and fine costs in the amount of $750.
Daniel Hall, RPh – License RP-6813. Respondent voluntarily surrendered his registration as a pharmacist. Must pay inves- tigative and fine costs in the amount of $1,362.
Madana Harvey, DDS – License CS-216894. Respondent volun- tarily surrendered her controlled substance (CS) registration. Must pay investigative costs of $100.
Kelly Kemper, RPh – License RP-5290. The Board found by a preponderance of the evidence that respondent Kelly Kemper unlawfully obtained a CS. Pharmacist license was revoked for a period of three years. May reapply after three years. Within 90 days, must pay investigation and Board costs of $1,121.17.
Lillian Lovato, RPh – License RP-6262. New Mexico Monitored Treatment Program (MTP) reported to the Board that respon- dent had violated terms of her contract. The Board suspended respondent from the practice of pharmacy until her successful completion of MTP contract.
Robert J. McClellan III, RPh – License RP-4533. Respondent entered into a stipulated agreement with the Board. Respondent pled no contest to Board allegations that he refilled prescrip- tions without first obtaining prior authorization from the prescribing practitioner. Respondent placed on probation for a one-year period. Must take and pass Multistate Pharmacy Jurisprudence Examination® (MPJE®). Must pay investigative and fine costs in the amount of $3,000.
Cynthia McRae, RPh – License RP-6367. Respondent entered into a stipulated agreement with the Board. Prescription for
Srikanth Ponnada, RPh – License RP-7444. Respondent pled no contest to allegation of failing to disclose pending disciplinary action with other state on initial New Mexico pharmacist ap- plication. Respondent placed on probation for one year. Must pay $1,100 fine and investigation costs.
Ashley Primrose, PT – License PT-8194. The Board issued an order of summary suspension. Registration as a PT is suspended until further order of the Board. Respondent was ordered to be evaluated within 15 days of February 15, 2013, by the MTP for possible substance abuse. Respondent failed to be evaluated within this time period.
Ramon Ramirez, PT – License PT-7805. On April 19, 2013, the Board issued a Notice of Contemplated Action (NCA) to respondent regarding his noncompliance with the Parental Responsibility Act. Respondent did not request a hearing as required by the NCA. Respondent did not appear at the April 19, 2013 Board meeting. Therefore, on June 20, 2013, the Board issued a default order of revocation.
Cecilio Silva, RPh – License RP-6310. Respondent entered into a stipulated agreement with the Board. Respondent’s pharmacist registration suspended for a three-month period. Placed on probation for five years. Must successfully complete a five-year contract with MTP. Must pay administrative and investigative costs in the amount of $250. Must take and pass the MPJE.
Nathan Torres, PT – License PT-3930. On May 23, 2013, the Board received a signed Voluntary Surrender of Pharmacy Technician form from the registrant. The Board accepted the voluntary surrender. Registrant must pay investigative cost of $100.
Wal-Mart Pharmacy #10-0829 (Santa Fe, NM) – License PH- 1262. Respondent did not admit or deny allegations described in investigative report regarding violations of the Pharmacy Act, the Controlled Substances Act, and the Board regulations. Respondent must pay a fine and investigative costs. Respondent must provide education to the pharmacist-in-charge regarding return of CS. Respondent must provide to the Board a quarterly report regarding CS returned for a period of two years.
Crucita Zafiro, PT – License PT-8646. Respondent signed a Voluntary Surrender of Pharmacy Technician form. The Board accepted this voluntary surrender. Must pay investigative andfine costs of $1,250. Must be cleared by MTP as a precondition of re-registration eligibility.