BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - Once the verdict is reached, many people want to know what will happen with Dr. Corasanti's medical license.
News 4 is still digging to find out whether Dr. Corasanti's medical license will be taken away if he's convicted of any charge or acquitted of all. News 4 is waiting to hear back from the New York State Professional Medical Conduct Board.
He is currently a registered doctor in New York State. But, every medical facility News 4's Brittni Smallwood has spoken with says he's no longer employed by them.
Before the deadly hit-and-run accident, Dr. Corasanti was a gastroenterology doctor that dealt with stomach and intestinal disorders. He worked at the Buffalo Medical Group, Kenmore Mercy Hospital and Buffalo General Medical Center.
A spokesman for the medical group, Joe Martone, says Dr. Corasanti voluntarily stopped practicing medicine one day after the crash, then officially resigned last November.
As for his patients, he says they were assigned to other doctors within the practice or just left all together.
Martone confirmed that the Buffalo Medical Group has received requests for patient charts to be transferred to Dr. Corasanti.
Martone says that means Corasanti is still seeing patients, but it's unclear where he is practicing. He cannot release where the requests are coming from, because it would violate HIPPA law.
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