STOCKBRIDGE — A Henry County obstetrician/gynecologist has surrendered his medical license following his 2019 arrest on drug charges and a patient’s 2018 report to Henry County Police alleging he had sexually assaulted her during a cosmetic procedure.
On Sept. 27, 2019, Schilling was arrested and charged and bonded out the same day. He was charged with unauthorized distribution and dispensation, refusal or failure to keep records, refusal to permit inspection and unlawfully maintaining structure or place.
According to CBS46, more than a dozen patients had lodged complaints about Schilling with the Georgia Composite Medical Board. However, Schilling surrendered his medical license Feb. 12, thereby preventing the complaints from being made public.
Although Schilling had surrendered his Georgia medical license, the website for his practice, the Schilling Women’s Center, 1757 Rock Quarry Road, still listed him as a doctor as of press time Friday. So did another website for Schilling’s cosmetic surgery practice at the same address, Schilling Medical Spa.
In Georgia, any licensed physician is also allowed to practice surgery of any kind. Cosmetic surgery is not regulated in Georgia, something the American Society of Plastic Surgeons opposes.
The News called Schilling’s former practice to ask why his name and image were still on the websites. A person who answered the phone said she was not able to provide any information.
In April 2018, a woman told Henry County Police she had been a patient of Schilling’s and filed a report alleging that he had sexually assaulted her twice during a cosmetic procedure while she was sedated and unable to speak.
The News attempted to reach Schilling’s attorney, Lynne Borsuk, for comment but was unable to contact anyone at her office by press time. Borsuk has told CBS46 that her client “denies all charges and will not have further comment.”
As of press time, Schilling had not been indicted on any of the charges. Megan Matteucci of the Henry County District Attorney’s office said that her office had one charge of unauthorized distribution and dispensation against Schilling that is set to go before a grand jury for consideration on Feb. 27.