West Linn Family Health Center Doctor David Farley Under Investigation by Police
Posted on October 29, 2020     |     Firm News
The West Linn Police Department is investigating allegations against Dr. David Farley. Dr. Farley formerly practiced medicine at the West Linn Family Health Center located at 18380 Willamette Drive, which He opened in 1993.Dr.Farley is no longer affiliated with the clinic.
This announcement follows the filing of a lawsuit by four former patients of Dr. Farley. The lawsuit alleges that during medical exams at the West Linn Family Health Center and Legacy Meridian Park Hospital, Farley groped and fondled the breasts and digitally penetrated the genitals of his patients without wearing gloves under the guise of performing examinations. The four victims ranged in age from 13 to 28 at the time the alleged assaults took place. Two of them were minors.
According to an article published in the West Linn Tidings ,earlier this year admitted to the Oregon Medical Board that he photographed the breasts and genitalia of multiple underage girls for a study on puberty, but could not provide proof of the consent he said he received from the girls’ guardians . According to official records, On October 2, 2020 the Board revoked Farley’s medical license for “unprofessional or dishonorable conduct and gross or repeated acts of negligence.”
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In the case of Dr. Farley, authorities believe there may be other victims who have not yet been identified. If you have any information about what you believe was inappropriate contact, or behavior by Dr. Farley, and wish to speak to a detective that is working the case, please contact WLPD Detective Christensen at (503) 742-6134.