In the suspension order dated Friday, and obtained this afternoon by WESB, the board said if the petition filed by Department of State attorney David Grubb is true “the continued practice of medicine by (Sosic) presents an immediate danger to the public health and safety.”
A preliminary hearing regarding the suspension will be scheduled within 30 days.
The order says that addition to the temporary suspension proceeding Grubb may start a separate action to suspend, revoke or otherwise restrict Sosic’s license. The Order to Show Cause for that may include, but is not limited to, facts alleged in the petition for temporary suspension.
Sosic is accused of indecent assault and harassment in two separate cases. The first for which he was charged happened on January 27 in his Boylston Street office with an intern. The second set of charges stem from incident in 2012 involving a patient.
A third woman accused Sosic of inappropriate behavior while they were working together at Bradford Regional Medical Center in 2008. He has not been charged in connection to those allegation, which came to light when police filed an affidavit of probable cause for a search warrant at BRMC.
The hospital suspended his admitting privileges on February 6.
Sosic is scheduled for arraignment on Tuesday.