EMT Sentenced For Role in Ambulance Fraud Scheme
PHILADELPHIA - Khusen Akhmedov, 23, of Philadelphia, PA and Lancaster, PA, was sentenced today to 27 months in prison for his role in a health care fraud scheme involving Penn Choice Ambulance Inc., operating from Philadelphia, PA, Huntingdon Valley, PA and Camp Hill, PA. Akhmedov pleaded guilty on December 5, 2013, to conspiracy to commit health care fraud, false statements relating to health care matters, and paying kickbacks to patients, a total of 16 counts. Akhmedov, an EMT for Penn Choice, was indicted with Penn Choice owner Anna Mudrova and operators Yury Gerasyuk, Mikhail Vasserman, Irina Vasserman, Aleksandr Vasserman, and Valeriy Davydchik, all of whom have pleaded guilty.
- Date:June 5, 2014
- Agency:U.S. Attorney
- Criminal and Civil Actions