Kansas medical board meeting about abortion case

In this photo from June 22, 2012, Dr. Ann Kristin Neuhaus, center, sits between two of her attorneys, Kelly Kauffman, left, and Bob Eye, as the Kansas State Board of Healing Arts decides to revoke her medical license, in Topeka, Kan. A Kansas judge has
In this photo from June 22, 2012, Dr. Ann Kristin Neuhaus, center, sits between two of her attorneys, Kelly Kauffman, left, and Bob Eye, as the Kansas State Board of Healing Arts decides to revoke her medical license, in Topeka, Kan. A Kansas judge has

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) – Kansas medical board members will consider appealing a court order overturning their revocation of a doctor’s license over her referrals of young patients for late-term abortions.

The State Board of Healing Arts’ special Friday night meeting comes a week after a Shawnee County judge ruled in the case of Dr. Ann Kristin Neuhaus.

Judge Franklin Theis  said Neuhaus kept inadequate records but that the board failed to show she provided inadequate mental health exams.

Theis ordered the board to reconsider its sanctions, but it could appeal to the state Court of Appeals.

The board revoked Neuhaus’ charity-care license in 2012 over exams in 2003 for 11 patients, ages 10 to 18.

Neuhaus provided second opinions to the late Dr. George Tiller needed under a Kansas law for terminating the pregnancies.

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