The state suspends the license of a Panama City doctor who allegedly had sex with a patient.
Friday's suspension came in the case of neurologist Dr. Sean Orr who now practices at Bay Medical Center/Sacred Heart.
He came here from Jacksonville.
The complaint says the relationship with the 44 year old female patient began in 2011 in Jacksonville when she was Orr's final patient of the day on a Friday afternoon.
He allegedly had her come to his closed office the next day.
There, he made it clear he had feelings for the woman and wanted a relationship.
He convinced her a relationship would be good for her.
The complaint claims Orr and the woman had sex not only at his office but at hotels as well.
The woman told investigators she feared Orr would drop her as a patient if she refused his advances.