Physician Assistant, Kyle D. Gandy, Sentenced To Fourteen Months In Prison For Accepting Illegal Kickbacks
GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN - U.S. Attorney Patrick Miles announced today that Kyle D. Gandy, age 37, a physician assistant who formerly resided in Mt. Pleasant, Michigan, was sentenced to 14 months in prison and two years of supervised release for accepting $1,000.00 in illegal kickbacks for referring patients to medical clinics, physical therapy clinics, and a home health care agency. Gandy is the tenth person, and the fourth physician assistant, convicted of felony charges in connection with a joint federal-state investigation into a kickback scheme initiated by Babubhai Rathod. As part of this felony conviction, Gandy was ordered to pay $18,030.17 in restitution, representing the amount of the referred services paid by Medicare and Medicaid. Gandy will be excluded from participating with the Medicare and Medicaid programs for at least five years.
- Date:January 12, 2016
- Agency:U.S. Attorney
- Criminal and Civil Actions