Pennsylvania doctor suspended for dirty office

Dr. Paul Douglas Orange also admits to being a hoarder of Civil War items

FAYETTEVILLE, Pa. - A family medicine doctor in Fayetteville has his license suspended by the Pennsylvania State Board of Medicine Wednesday. 

According to public records, Dr. Paul Douglas Orange has been suspended from practicing.

Disciplinary documents show that Dr. Orange performs procedures ranging from injections to stitches, but his office was found dusty, dirty and filled with non-medical items.

Dr. Orange also admitted to being a hoarder of Civil War items, according to records.

A preliminary hearing is expected within the next month.

Dr. Orange was not available for comment.

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