Dr. Najam Azmat, photographed leaving Lexington Algiatry's former North Broadway location on Oct. 18, had his medical license suspended Thursday.
Dr. Najam Azmat, photographed leaving Lexington Algiatry's former North Broadway location on Oct. 18, had his medical license suspended Thursday.
Dr. Najam Azmat, photographed leaving Lexington Algiatry's former North Broadway location on Oct. 18, had his medical license suspended Thursday.

Name of Lexington pain clinic is changed to AccuHealth

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