Los Angeles Gynecologist Surrenders his License to the Medical Board of California
Published: Monday, September 9, 2019
(Sacramento, California) – George R. Tyndall, a gynecologist accused of sexual misconduct, has surrendered his license to practice medicine to the Medical Board of California (Board). The surrender of the license became effective on September 5, 2019, and comes after the filing of an accusation charging him with sexual misconduct involving five patients.
“The incidents outlined in the Board’s accusation against George Tyndall are egregious violations,” said Kimberly Kirchmeyer, the Board’s executive director. “On behalf of California consumers, the Board achieved the highest level of patient protection with the surrender of Tyndall’s license.”
After learning about the reports of the sexual misconduct, the Board petitioned for and obtained an interim suspension order against Tyndall, preventing him from practicing medicine until the accusation filed against his license reached conclusion.
The Board’s accusation against Tyndall details inappropriate sexual contact with five patients he treated during his time as a gynecologist at a college student health center.
To view the decision against Tyndall, visit his profile page on the Board’s website. For more general information about the Board, including how to file a complaint, visit the Board’s website.
The mission of the Medical Board of California is to protect health care consumers through the proper licensing and regulation of physicians and surgeons and certain allied health care professionals and through the vigorous, objective enforcement of the Medical Practice Act, and to promote access to quality medical care through the Board's licensing and regulatory functions. If you have a question or complaint about the health care you are receiving, the Board encourages you to visit its website at www.mbc.ca.gov or call (800) 633-2322. For up-to-date information on Board activities, please join our “Subscribers’ List” at www.mbc.ca.gov/Subscribers.
Contact: Carlos Villatoro, Medical Board of California, (916) 263-2394