A former Westmoreland County doctor is accused of using unsanitary needles during injections
A doctor who formerly practiced in Westmoreland County faces charges after officials say he used unsanitary needles during injections.
According to the Department of Justice, John Park, 67, was a licensed physician practicing in Scottdale.
Officials said that from an unknown date through July 10, 2019, Park sold and administered neurological injections to patients that he mixed and placed in syringes under unsanitary conditions at his Monroeville home.
Park faces up to one year in prison, a fine of up to $100,000, or both.
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