Former University of Southern California gynecologist George Tyndall has reportedly surrendered his medical license.
Tyndall, who has been accused by nearly 400 women of sexually abusing them across his 27 years at the university, surrendered his license Monday. The announcement came two months after George Tyndall was arrested and charged with committing more than two dozen felonies at the campus clinic where he practiced for decades.
“The incidents outlined in the Board’s accusation against George Tyndall are egregious violations,” said Kimberly Kirchmeyer, executive director of the California Medical Board, in a statement released by the board. “On behalf of California consumers, the Board achieved the highest level of patient protection with the surrender of Tyndall’s license.”