On November 24, 2010 the Medical Board of California issued an Accusation against psychiatrist Mark B. Zweifach for “general unprofessional conduct.”
Zweifach agreed to the voluntary suspension of his license on September 16, 2008. According to the Board’s Accusation, “In or about July, August and September 2007, [Zweifach], a physicians with Kaiser Permanente in San Diego, California, used his Kaiser Permanente assigned computer in his office in the Kaiser Permanente Bostonia Medical Office building, located in El Cajon, California, to access suspected child pornography websites on the internet. When confronted by Kaiser Permanente investigators, [Zweifach] admitted accessing the websites at work, and further admitted and addiction to internet pornography.”
According to the Board’s Stipulation for Voluntary Suspension of License, investigations are currently pending against Zweifach by both the Board and the San Diego Police Department.
Source: Stipulation for Voluntary Suspension of License and Accusation in the Matter of the Investigation Against Mark Zweifach, M.D., Physician and Surgeon’s Certificate No. G48626, Case No. 10-07-188130, Medical Board of California.