In this matter our client received a formal complaint from IDFPR that for a period of two (2) years she was practicing medicine and filling prescriptions for home bound patients while employed by a corporation whose president and owner did not hold a valid license. Furthermore, our client received compensation from this corporation. In meeting with the medical board we were able to establish certain mitigating circumstances on behalf of our client that allowed us to obtain a non-disciplinary order for her. Among other minor conditions, our client was required to complete extra continuing education hours. The non-disciplinary order is not a public discipline.