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Press Releases of Board Actions, May 10, 2014

May 19, 2014
Publishable Press Releases, May 10, 2014, Board Meeting

Timothy E. M. Beyer, D.O. #46523
103 Quarve Road
Rochester, MN  55904

Year of Birth:  1954

Date of Action:  May 10, 2014

Nature of Misconduct:  Unprofessional and unethical conduct; Inability to practice with reasonable skill and safety due to illness; failure to maintain adequate medical records.

Action Taken:  Dr. Beyer’s license is suspended.  The suspension is stayed contingent upon his compliance with the following conditions:

1. He shall participate in the Health Professionals Services Program (HPSP) and comply with all terms and conditions of his HPSP Participation Agreement.  Failure to comply with his Monitoring Agreement shall constitute a violation of this Order.
2. He shall obtain a pre-approved primary care treating physician who shall submit quarterly reports to the Board.
3. He shall obtain a pre-approved treating psychiatrist who shall provide quarterly reports to the Board.
4. He shall engage in individual therapy as recommended by his treating psychiatrist.
5. He shall successfully complete, within one year, the following pre-approved coursework:
a. Chemical dependency awareness;
b. Medical records management;
c. Professional boundaries.
6. He shall be subject to random chart audits of his practice.
7. He shall maintain a daily log of all controlled substance prescriptions.  The log shall be available for monthly review by his supervising physician and for quarterly review by his designated Board member.
8. He shall practice in a pre-approved group setting.
9. He shall obtain a pre-approved, on-site, supervising physician who shall submit quarterly reports to the Board.
10. He shall meet quarterly with a designated Board member.
11. He shall pay a $5,000 civil penalty.
12. He may petition for reinstatement of an unconditional license after three years of documented, uninterrupted compliance, stable mental health, and completion of the terms of this Order.  Within 90 days of petitioning, he must complete a neuropsychological evaluation.


Kent G. Brockmann, M.D. #44519
8673 Eagle Point Boulevard
Lake Elmo, MN  55042

Year of Birth:  1957

Date of Action:  May 10, 2014

Nature of Misconduct:  Disciplinary action against the physician’s license in another state.

Action Taken:  Dr. Brockmann voluntarily surrenders his license as follows:

1. He shall voluntarily surrender his license to practice medicine and surgery in Minnesota.
2. Upon surrender of his license, the Board agrees to close its files.
3. Should he seek re-licensure in Minnesota, the Board may reopen its investigation.


James A. Ilko, M.D. #35700
Ilko Family Medicine
1687 Woodlane Drive, #102
Woodbury, MN  55125

Year of Birth:  1961

Date of Action:  May 10, 2014

Nature of Misconduct:  Unethical and unprofessional conduct.

Action Taken:  Dr. Ilko’s license is conditioned as follows:

1. He is reprimanded.
2. He shall read the “Model Policy for the Use of Controlled Substances for the Treatment of Pain,” adopted as policy by the Federation of State Medical Boards.  He shall also read “Responsible Opioid Prescribing, A Clinician’s Guide,” Second Edition, by Scott M. Fishman, M.D.
3. He shall successfully complete a pre-approved course in professional boundaries.
4. Following successful completion of the readings and coursework, he shall write and submit for approval, a paper describing what he has learned and how he has implemented this knowledge into his practice.
5. He shall undergo an audit of his prescribing practice.
6. He shall meet quarterly with a designated Board member.
7. He may petition for reinstatement of an unconditional license upon completion of the terms of his Order.



Susan A. Murray, P.A. #10269
P. O. Box 1383
Minnetonka, MN  55345

Year of Birth:  1957

Date of Action:  May 10, 2014

Nature of Misconduct:  Aiding and abetting an unlicensed person in the practice of medicine.

Action Taken:  Ms. Murray’s license is conditioned as follows:

1. She is reprimanded.
2. She shall practice in a pre-approved setting.
3. She shall obtain a pre-approved supervising physician who shall submit quarterly reports to the Board.
4. She shall pay a $750 civil penalty.
5. She may petition for reinstatement of an unconditional license after working in a pre-approved supervised practice for at least one year.