This is not the first time Dr. Sam Jahani or Dr. Eric Anthony Peper have been under the spotlight of the federal government.
Dating back to 1989, Dr. Jahani was under investigation from the Department of Justice while he was the medical director of Integrated Health Services in Dallas, TX.
He was accused of submitting false claims to Medicare for unnecessary services.
The case was settled, he gave the federal government $19 million and Dr. Jahani's company didn't have to admit any wrong doing.
Dr. Peper has had his run in with the Department of Regulatory Agencies.
His medical license as a surgeon was revoked six years ago when he worked at Saint Mary's hospital.
In 2005, he was refused medical malpractice insurance as well.
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