The following information is maintained by the Medical Board of California. For more information, click on the blue tabs above.
Licensee may be a U.S. or Canadian medical school graduate whose pathway to licensure was based on the NBME examination.
Physician and Surgeon
DAVID E SOSIN, M.D.
|Address of Record:
13362 NEWPORT AVE
TUSTIN, CA 92780
|Address of Record County:
License Renewed & Current
Licensee meets requirements for the practice of medicine in California.
|Public Record Action(s):
Licensee was reprimanded for a minor violation(s) of the law. This is considered disciplinary action.
|Original Issue Date:
April 19, 1967
October 31, 2013
NEW YORK UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
The following information is self-reported by the licensee and has not been verified by the Board.
|Activities In Medicine:
PATIENT CARE - 40+ HOURS
|Primary Practice Location Zip Code:
Visit ABMS to verify
|Primary Practice Area(s):
No primary practice areas identified
|Secondary Practice Area(s):
No secondary practice areas identified
|Post Graduate Training Years:
Declined to Disclose
Declined to Disclose
Declined to Disclose
Public Record Action(s):
Please select the Public Record Documents tab to view the public document database.
If information is posted in the Administrative Disciplinary Actions, Court Order, Administrative Citation Issued, or License Issued with Public Letter of Reprimand categories below, documents will be available for review. To confirm what information is available from the Board, please click here
California law requires that information on action(s) displayed on the Web site shall remain posted for 10 years from the date the Board obtains the information and, at the end of that period, shall be removed from the Web site. Additional information that you may or may not find relevant about your doctor is available if you contact the Central File Room at Central.Fileroom@mbc.ca.gov
or at (916) 263-2525. The Board encourages you to discuss with your physician any information the Board provides to you.
Administrative Disciplinary Actions:
The Medical Board's public disclosure screens are updated periodically as new information becomes available.
|Description of Action:||PUBLIC LETTER OF REPRIMAND.
|Effective Date of Action:||February 24, 2012
This information would be provided if a physician's practice has been temporarily restricted or suspended pursuant to a court order.
No Court Orders found.
Administrative Action Taken by Other State or Federal Government:
This information is provided by another state/federal government agency. The Medical Board of California may take administrative action based on the action imposed by another state/federal government agency. For more information or verification, contact the agency listed below that imposed the action.
No Administrative Actions Taken by Other State or Federal Government found.
The information provided only includes felony convictions that are known to the Board. All felony convictions known to the Board are reviewed and administrative action is taken only if it is determined that a violation of the Medical Practice Act occurred. For more information regarding felony convictions, contact the court of jurisdiction listed below.
No Felony Convictions found.
California Business and Professions Code section 2027 (A)(7) states effective 1/1/07, any misdemeanor conviction that results in a disciplinary action or an accusation that is not subsequently withdrawn or dismissed shall be posted on the Internet. To see if a conviction has been expunged or dismissed, please contact the court below.
No Misdemeanor Convictions found.
Administrative Citation Issued:
A citation and/or fine has been issued for a minor violation of the law. This is not considered disciplinary action under California law but is an administrative action. Payment of the fine amount represents satisfactory resolution of this matter.
No Administrative Citations found.
License Issued with Public Letter of Reprimand:
The Medical Board of California has concurrently issued the applicant a medical license and a Public Letter of Reprimand for a minor violation that does not require probationary status or warrant denial. The issuance of a Public Letter of Reprimand is not considered disciplinary action and is not reported to the National Practitioner Databank or the Federation of State Medical Boards.
No License Issued with Public Letter of Reprimand found.
Hospital Disciplinary Action:
The action taken by this healthcare facility against this physician's staff privileges to provide health care services at this facility was for a medical disciplinary cause or reason. The Medical Board is authorized by law to disclose only revocations and terminations of staff privileges. The Medical Board is prohibited from releasing a copy of the actual report or any other information.
No Hospital Disciplinary Actions found.
A malpractice judgment is a payment for damages and does not necessarily reflect that the physician's medical competence is below the standard of care. The Medical Board reviews all such reported judgments and action is taken only if it is determined that a violation of the Medical Practice Act occurred. The Medical Board is prohibited by law from releasing a copy of the judgment report or any other information concerning the judgment. For more information contact the court of jurisdiction listed below.
No Malpractice Judgments found.
An arbitration award is a payment for damages and does not necessarily reflect that the physician's medical competence is below the standard of care. The Medical Board reviews all such reported arbitration awards and action is taken only if it is determined that a violation of the Medical Practice Act occurred. The Medical Board is prohibited by law from releasing a copy of the arbitration award report or any other information concerning the award.
No Arbitration Awards found.
A settlement entered into by the licensee is a resolution of a claim for damages for death or personal injury caused by the licensee's negligence, error, or omission in practice, or by his or her rendering of unauthorized professional services. The Medical Board is required by law to disclose certain information related to the existence of multiple settlements made on or after January 1, 2003 in an amount of $30,000 or more.
No Malpractice Settlements found.
Note: "No information available from this agency" may not indicate none exists; but indicates no information has been reported to the Medical Board of California and/or that the Board is unable to post the information on the Web site by law.
Public Record Documents:
All imaged documents provided by the Medical Board are being made available to provide immediate access for the convenience of interested persons. While the Medical Board believes the information to be reliable, human or mechanical error remains a possibility, as does delay in the posting or updating of information. Therefore, the Medical Board makes no guarantee as to the accuracy, completeness, timeliness, currency, or correct sequencing of the information. The Medical Board shall not be responsible for any errors or omissions, or for the use or results obtained from the use of this information. The types of documents which are available include, but are not limited to, accusations, decisions, suspension/restriction orders, public letters of reprimand and citations.
|February 24, 2012||PUBLIC LETTER OF REPRIMAND||1
|Please note that documents received by the Board shall be removed after 10 years and are not available via the Web site.
To obtain a copy of the documents not posted on this site, click here
for information on ordering public documents or contact the Central File Room at (916) 263-2525 for assistance.
Listed below is a summary of the information that can be found on the physician's record. However, please be aware that the law authorizes the Board to only post specified information on the physician's profile for 10 years.
If the physician has or had been:
- Disciplined or formally accused of wrongdoing by the Medical Board of California.
- Temporarily restricted or suspended from practice pursuant to a court order.
- Disciplined by a medical board of another state or federal government agency.
- Convicted of a felony.
- Convicted of a misdemeanor that resulted in an accusation being filed by the Board (after January 1, 2007).
- Issued a citation by the Board within the last five years.
- Issued a public letter of reprimand at time of licensure.
- Privileges to provide health care services terminated or revoked at a health care facility.
- A malpractice judgment or arbitration award reported to the Board.
- Malpractice settlements over $30,000 reported to the Board that meet the following criteria:
- Four or more in a 10-year period if the physician practices in a high-risk specialty (obstetrics, orthopedic surgery, plastic surgery and neurological surgery).
- Three or more in a 10-year period if practicing in a low-risk specialty (all other specialties).
Under California law, the following information would NOT appear on a record if applicable to the physician:
- Complaints made to the Medical Board of California
- Investigations conducted by the Medical Board of California
- Misdemeanor convictions that occurred prior to January 1, 2007 or did not result in the filing of an accusation by the Board
- Medical malpractice cases that do not meet the criteria above, e.g., pending or dismissed cases. This information may be available at the local county courthouse in the "Civil Index." Click here for California Superior Court contact information.
All information provided by the Medical Board of California on this Web page, and on its other Web pages and Internet sites, is made available to provide immediate access for the convenience of interested persons. While the Board believes the information to be reliable, human or mechanical error remains a possibility, as does delay in the posting or updating of information. Therefore, the Board makes no guarantee as to the accuracy, completeness, timeliness, currency, or correct sequencing of the information. Neither the Board, nor any of the sources of the information, shall be responsible for any errors or omissions, or for the use or results obtained from the use of this information. Other specific cautionary notices may be included on other Web pages maintained by the Board. All access to and use of this Web page and any other Web page or Internet site of the Board is governed by the Disclaimers and Conditions for Access and Use as set forth at California Department of Consumer Affairs' Disclaimer Information and Use Information.