The line of people outside a Broad Street storefront in Norwood on Sunday was reminiscent of the crowds that greet the release of the latest iPhone or Harry Potter book. But their long wait — one Toms River resident camped out on a beach chair for 17 hours — was for a hot dog.
The head of the state board that oversees doctors and their licenses says that the discipline imposed by the agency in the case of Gangaram Ragi, a Teaneck dermatologist who continues to practice after being accused of groping female patients, was not “appropriate.” The acknowledgment by Dr. Stewart Berkowitz, the president of the state Board of Medical Examiners, was contained in a written response to state Sen. Loretta Weinberg, who had questioned the board about its handling of the case.
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