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Dr. Zamora-Quezada:

A Career of Corruption

December 4th, 1991

Dr. Zamora-Quezada licensed by the Texas Medical Board as a Physician.

January 1st, 2000

On or about the date the grand jury alleges Dr. Zamora-Quezada began to knowingly conspire and commit health care fraud by means of falsely diagnosing vulnerable patients, including the young, elderly and disabled with various degenerative diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis, and administer injections containing chemotherapy and other toxic medications to patients who had been falsely diagnosed.

May 14th, 2003

Dr. Zamora-Quezada has a lawsuit filed against him after 4 of his former employees allege that he sexually harassed them and later terminated them when they denied his advances.

September 29th, 2005

Jury finds Dr. Zamora-Quezada guilty of sexually harassing 4 of his employees.

August 31st, 2006

NPI Enumeration Date For the McAllen Arthritis and Osteoporosis Center

March 1st, 2007

Federal Judge Randy Crane orders Dr. Zamora Quezada to pay tens of thousands of dollars in damages to his sexual harassment victims.

October 27th, 2008

A complaint is filed with the Texas Medical Board against Dr. Zamora-Quezada by a previous patient who claimed Dr. Zamora-Quezada ordered unnecessary testing and for prescribing a drug that was “non-therapeutic in the manner prescribed” and “inconsistent with public health and welfare.”

November 6th, 2009

Dr. Zamora-Quezada receives a Public Reprimand from the Texas Medical Board after atrocious findings of fact that confirm the allegations from the Oct. 27th complaint and revealed he treated some patients for osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis when they only demonstrated osteopenia, treated a number of patients for inflammatory arthritis or osteoporosis when they only demonstrated osteoarthritis, and treated a number of patients for rheumatoid arthritis when they only demonstrated osteoarthritis.

May 9th, 2018

A grand jury charges Dr. Zamora-Quezada with 1 count of Conspiracy to Commit Health Care Fraud, 5 counts of Health Care Fraud, and 1 count of Conspiracy to Commit Money Laundering.

Read Dr. Zamora-Quezada's Federal Indictment Here