Texas Doctor Admits To Taking Illegal Kickbacks From Former Prep Pharmacy | Crime News

Prosecutors alleged that Keepers was part of a conspiracy that called on doctors under sham business arrangements to write and submit prescriptions for expensive compound drugs to OK Compounding, controlled and operated by Christopher R. Parks and Gary Robert Lee. Charges against Parks and Lee are still pending.

Keepers operates a pain clinic in the Houston area and opened a clinic in Tulsa in November 2012, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office.

The official sentencing of the Guardians is scheduled for May 10.

In an unrelated case, Dr. Mark Stephen Wilson has agreed to pay the US $342,750 to resolve False Claims Act civil allegations that he accepted illegal kickback payments from a pharmacy Norman, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Tulsa.

The deal, announced on Tuesday, follows allegations that Wilson received bribes in return for recommending and prescribing pain creams formulated and produced by the Normandy drugstore, Brookhaven Specialty Pharmacy LLC, according to the US Attorney’s Office.

Wilson, an orthopedic surgeon who worked in Tulsa and Oklahoma City, allegedly knowingly accepted large payments from the pharmacy from February 2014 to September 2016, according to the U.S. attorney’s office.

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