Doctor Pleads Guilty to Opioid Conspiracy and Health Care Fraud
ALEXANDRIA, Va. - A Fairfax physician pleaded guilty today to leading and organizing an extensive and illegal prescription distribution conspiracy and a related health care fraud scheme. According to court documents, Dr. Felicia Lyn Donald, 65, of Great Falls, organized, led, and operated a prescription "pill mill" from at least April 2016 through April 2020. Donald practiced medicine at For Women OB/GYN Associates and NOVA Addiction Center. Donald distributed over 1.2 million milligrams (mg) of Schedule II opioids at or above the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guideline for dosages that a practitioner should avoid, with a total street value of over $1.2 million, and illegally distributed at least 325,190 mg of oxycodone and other Schedule II controlled substances. Donald also committed health care fraud on numerous occasions in furtherance of her scheme.
- Date:May 4, 2020
- Agency:U.S. Attorney's Office, Eastern District of Virginia
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