The outpatient hospital learned about the arrest Wednesday.
"We are conducting an internal review to ensure if his practice here at the VA was in compliance with VHA directives," Fleming said.
She said another provider will see all of his patients at the VA facility and that the facility would speak to them individually.
Robert Knittle, executive director of the West Virginia Board of Medicine, said a number of doctors are licensed in the state but have never set foot within the borders.
He said the board is in a position to let the legal system do its work and that a parallel investigation on their part would be confounding. Gonzalez-Ramos' West Virginia license remains active, but that could change if he is convicted.
Knittle said in that case his license would be revoked because of the Medical Practice Act.
"We take our responsibility to the public very seriously," Knittle said.
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