Asiryan v. Medical Staff of Glendale Adventist Med. Ctr., (2024) 100 Cal. App. 5th 947(2024):

Dr. Asiryan’s privileges were suspended by Glendale Adventist Medical Center without a hearing or providing her with notice. The court held that the trial court correctly concluded California’s peer review statutes are the sole source of procedural protections in hospital peer review matters. The common law doctrine of fair procedure does not provide additional guarantees. The Court of Appeal concludes the trial court correctly granted nonsuit on Asiryan’s common law peer review claims.

~Corinna E. Meissner

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