An emergency room doctor in Texas has had his license temporarily suspended after allegedly being intoxicated on the job.
Gregory Michael Gibbons was working a day shift on April 19 at CHI Baylor St. Luke’s Emergency Center, according to the Texas Medical Board. Gibbons exhibited strange behavior and "clear signs of intoxication," according to a press release from the Texas Medical Board.
A blood sample obtained from Gibbons registered a 0.293 BAC, which is more than three times the legal alcohol limit to operate a motor vehicle in Texas, according to KHOU.
The Texas Medical Board said that Gibbons will remain suspended until further action by the board is taken.