The Woodlands Doctor Suspended for Drinking on Job with BAC Level of .293

The Woodlands Doctor Suspended for Drinking on Job with BAC Level of .293

The Texas Medical Board has temporarily suspended Dr. Gregory Michael Gibbons, M.D., for drinking on the job with a BAC level of .293.

On April 19, Gibbons was working a day shift at the CHI Baylor St. Luke's Emergency Center when co-workers noticed he was acting strangely. His co-workers said he exhibited clear signs of intoxication.

A blood sample obtained from Gibbons during an evaluation came back positive for ethyl alcohol at a blood alcohol concentration of 0.293.

Gibbons practices in Montgomery and The Woodlands

The temporary suspension remains in place until the Board takes further action.
Via ABC 13

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