Fayette doctor's office closing following charges
OAK HILL, W.Va. -- The medical office of an Oak Hill doctor arrested last month in connection with a drugs-for-sex scheme is being closed indefinitely, Fayette County officials announced.
Dr. Oscar Gosien, 73, was arrested in December and charged with conspiracy and delivery of a controlled substance for allegedly trading prescription medication for sexual favors. Gosien's secretary, Kathy Treadway, was also arrested and faces the same charges.
Fayette County Sheriff Steve Kessler said Friday that Gosien's office, at 94 Lamplighter Road, Oak Hill, will be closed until further notice.
Patients wanting to pick up their medical records may visit the office Tuesday and Thursday, and again on Jan. 15-17, between 9 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. or between 1:30 and 3:30 p.m.
Gosien's current patients who experience a medical emergency are asked to go to their local hospital emergency room, Kessler said.