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STATE REVOKES LICENSE OF S.L. PHYSICIAN

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State regulators have revoked the license of a Salt Lake physician accused of falsifying documents to obtain licenses to practice in Utah and Michigan, an order said.

Dr. Stephen K. Campbell received licenses to practice and prescribe medicine in Utah in 1985. In his application, Campbell said he completed a yearlong "inter-nado training program" at St. Mark's hospital, the order said, when in fact he was dismissed from the program after seven months.Michigan licensing authorities revoked Campbell's license a year ago after finding he had submitted forged documents to his medical school stating he had completed the training program at St. Mark's required by the school, the order said.

A month before the revocation, Campbell started practicing in Utah. But he hasn't worked as a physician since last February, when state regulators issued an order of immediated suspension based on the Michigan revocation and the manner in which he obtained his Utah license, the order said.

The state Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing approved the recommendation to revoke the license and issued the revocation order Oct. 24.