Having found that Camas-Washougal healthcare provider Scott C. Miller, the owner of Miller Wellness in Camas and the now-shuttered Miller Family Pediatrics practice in Washougal — “represents a grave danger to public health and safety,” the Washington State Medical Commission has permanently revoked Miller’s physician assistant license.
“The Commission concludes that (Miller) cannot be rehabilitated, and that permanent revocation is a necessary and appropriate resolution to this case,” the Commission stated in its Oct. 25 order revoking Miller’s license.
The Commission, which helps ensure physicians, physician assistants and other state health practitioners provide quality health care, said this week that Miller is no longer eligible to renew or reactivate his physician assistant license.
“The Commission uses its judgment to determine appropriate sanctions when conduct falls outside of the sanction schedules,” the Commission stated. “In this case, a lesser option would not be adequate to protect public health and safety because (Miller) does not demonstrate the degree of responsibility or cooperation with Commission-imposed discipline or investigations to suggest rehabilitative measures would be effective or appropriate.”
The Commission had originally suspended Miller’s physician assistant license in 2021, after finding the then Washougal-based practitioner had promoted unfounded COVID-19 treatments and verbally harassed medical professionals treating hospitalized COVID patients and that three patients Miller advised go against hospital COVID treatment protocols had later died from COVID complications.