The state medical board has revoke the medical license of Dr. Edwin Njoku and suspended Dr. Tory Westbrook's license.
Westbrook's medical license was suspended amid allegations of inappropriate physical and sexual conduct.
Westbrook and his lawyer, Norm Pattis, were not in the room when the medical board met on Tuesday and Pattis had asked for a postponement.
Westbrook is accused of sexually assaulting three patients at the Community Health Center in Clinton. He was also the medical director of the Charter Oak Health Center in Hartford and has been placed on administrative leave.
State health department records state that Westbrook also had a sexual relationship with a fourth patient and inappropriately prescribed controlled substances to her.
The allegations are sealed by court order. The board has scheduled hearings on Westbrook's status for June 26 and July 10.
Njoku, whose license had already been suspended, is also expected to appear before the medical board on Tuesday.
He did not speak to the board. His lawyer had asked the board to leave the license suspended until after the criminal case.
He’s accused of various acts of sexual assault at his East Hartford office, including attempting to have sex with patients, touching them inappropriately and, in one instance, telling a woman to take Oxycontin prior to assaulting her.
The medical board will typically suspend the license of a doctor accused of a serious crime, especially while a case is pending in court.
Dr. Edwin Njoku was also scheduled to appear in court on Tuesday.