NJ dentists lose licenses over fraud

The New Jersey State Board of Dentistry this month took disciplinary action against five dentists for insurance fraud and related illegal activities, according to state Attorney General Anne Milgram in a press release.

The dentists include:

  • Gerald J. Whiteman, D.D.S., whose license was suspended for five years on one count of healthcare claims fraud. Dr. Whiteman was ordered to serve three years in state prison and pay $13,500 in fines and restitution to Medicaid.

  • Gerald P. Hirsch, D.D.S., whose license was suspended for nine years on six counts of mail fraud (unrelated to his dental practice). Dr. Hirsch was sentenced to 97 months in prison and ordered to pay $30.9 million in restitution plus interest.

  • Gary Reba, D.D.S., whose license was suspended for three years for insurance fraud.

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