Mass. doctor has license suspended for posting videos of patients online

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WAKEFIELD, Mass. — The Massachusetts Board of Registration in Medicine has suspended the license of a doctor who’s accused of posting videos of his patients online.

The Board alleges Dr. Randall S. Bock, M.D. posted video recordings on his YouTube channel without signed consent forms for 27 patients.

Bock was a primary care provider who treated patients with Suboxone for various opioid-related addiction issues.

During the Board’s meeting on October 10, members found Bock “poses a serious threat to the public health, safety, and welfare” of his patients.

Bock has seven days to appeal the Board’s decision.

He was first licensed to practice medicine in Massachusetts in February 1984.