DES MOINES – The Iowa Board of Medicine has suspended a Hampton doctor who is accused of sexual misconduct. The allegations include what the board calls a “pattern of sexual misconduct” including making threats and forcing sex acts on women with whom he worked and other women to whom he provided medical care.
Brian J. Hansen, D.O., a 39-year-old Iowa-licensed physician who practices family medicine in Hampton, Iowa, had his Iowa medical license suspended by the Board on September 25, 2012.
The Board filed a Statement of Charges and an Emergency Adjudicative Order alleging that Dr. Hansen engaged in a pattern of sexual misconduct and/or unprofessional conduct in the practice of medicine.
The Board alleged that Dr. Hansen engaged in a pattern of inappropriate sexual conduct, including nonconsensual sexual contact, with at least six female patients and/or co- workers in Hampton, Iowa, between 2008 and May 2012. Under the terms of the Emergency Adjudicative Order, Dr. Hansen’s Iowa medical license is suspended until this matter is resolved. A hearing is scheduled on October 10-11, 2012.
Dr. Hansen has practiced medicine in Hampton, Charles City, Webster City, and Fairfield, Iowa.